Published: Sun, December 17, 2017
Entertaiment | By Paul Elliott

Princeton PD Hosts Shop With A Cop For Kids In Need

Princeton PD Hosts Shop With A Cop For Kids In Need

"It's really special that I can give something to them", he said. "To get them in this environment, to see their faces, to see them not to have a care in the world, and just being a kid". Words can't describe how this makes you feel.

He added that Nerf guns were popular among the kids this year. "They are use to providing and helping and doing things for their family, it's kind of a group, they kind of survive together so they always want to try and get something usually for their family members so I always like to offer that to them". "I want to thank everyone". They were escorted by the Escambia County Mounted Posse.

Today was one of the two days this year the Great Falls Police Protective Association held shop with a cop.

"She asked for all of our sizes before she started", Rincon Flores said. Unity co-founder and President Regina Brent said they hoped to brighten the holidays for kids who have experienced tragedy or are in unstable situations, such as when "you're in a transition home, you're away from your family, your parents are indigent, they're single parents".


"We have a lot of happy kids and officers", said Bullock. The Trooper said the experience showed the boy's heart was in the right place in thinking of his family first and that each officer find a similar experience with their shopping partner.

Naperville officers said their union has been sponsoring the event for more than a decade. "Without them this wouldn't have been possible".

40 kids from the Eastmont School district got to Shop With A Cop Thursday at Hooked On Toys.

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