Liberal Police Host First Community Walk Thursday Night

Brock Kappelmann - July 2, 2020 3:24 pm

Liberal Police Chief William Cutshall has a vision of the LPD getting out in the community more and building relationships with community members so they feel comfortable reaching out when they are in a time of need. The Chief’s vision includes inviting multiple agencies to walk assigned neighborhoods to network with the residents in the area.

Each month Chief Cutshall will choose a different area and walk door to door with officers giving introductions and handing out business cards. All organizations are welcome to participate in this community networking opportunity.

The first assignment is Thursday night at 6 at 4-U Mobile Home Park at 7:10 S. Western.

 

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