cops and kids

The Beaumont Cops & Kids Carnival scheduled for April 18 has been postponed due to inclement weather, announced BPD on April 16. According to a news release from BPD, organizers will inform the public of the new date and location once they work out the details.

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The Beaumont Police Department invites the public to attend their upcoming Cops and Kids Carnival on the Great Lawn at the Crockett Street Event Centre, 700 Crockett St., in Beaumont on April 18 and promises enjoyment for children, young and old.

According to BPD, the carnival, meant to allow local children to interact with local law enforcers in a positive environment, will feature food, fun, games and prizes. Admission is free, and the event is scheduled from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., so come early!

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Three schools received checks for $1,000 on Feb. 26, funds that will help with field trip expenses for students, courtesy of the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Association (JCSA) “Cops Helping Kids” program.

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Cops and Kids Beaumont

Performance Car Audio is "pumping up support" for the Beaumont Police Department's Cops and Kids Program's Fish Fry Fundraiser taking place Friday, March 6 on the store grounds located at 4055 Old Dowlen Road in Beaumont from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m., and preorders are being taken now through March 3 for delicious fried fish dinners cooked up fresh and for a good cause.

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Refining giant ExxonMobil, the chief sponsor of the Beaumont Police Department’s Cops & Kids program, made a generous and substantial donation to Cops & Kids, which focuses on uniting the youth of Beaumont with law enforcers.

On Feb. 9, ExxonMobil Refinery Manager Fernando Salazar and other refinery representatives joined Chief Jimmy Singletary, Mayor Becky Ames, numerous officers and other friends of the community in the main lobby at BPD to present Cops & Kids representatives with a check for $5,000.

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Close to 1800 people showed up to Claiborne West Park on Friday, June 14 to take part in the 19th Annual Cops and Kids event for Orange County. Police officers, sheriff’s deputies, state troopers, firemen and numerous people representing other emergency and safety services participated to make the event a huge success.

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