Friday, September 3, 2010

PGPD Establishes Successful Partnerships during "Welcome Back to College Park Night"


Prince George’s County, Maryland…Prince George’s County Police Major Robert Liberati, Commander District I, announced partnerships with the University of Maryland Student Government Association, the University of Maryland Police Department, the City of College Park and the Downtown College Park Merchants’ Association, to assist with University of Maryland students’ return to College Park for the 2010 school year. The event established relationships between the students, law enforcement agencies and businesses in the College Park area.


The “Welcome Back to College Park Night”, featured entertainment from the Prince George’s County Police Rhythm and Blues Band and the PAL Ambassador Basketball team who participated in a 3-on-3 tournament with students. Students were provided with safety tips from various law enforcement officials. Gifts and prizes were also given by the Downtown College Park Merchants’ Association during the event.

“The Welcome Back to College Park Night” event was a unique experience in which the police officers, students and the community met, enjoyed some activities, and discussed our relationship,” said Major Liberati.

For more information about the “Welcome Back to College Park Night” event, contact the Prince George’s County Press Information Office at 301-772-4710.

Photos Courtesy of the Prince George's County Police Department

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

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