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Emeryville Police Open Doors to Community

 Canine Program Officer Pablo Rojas and Troll, their German Shepherd,

The Emeryville Police Dept. hosted an Open House on Saturday at their station at 2449 Powell St. According to Police Chief, Jennifer Tejada, “Community partnerships are a key ingredient for ensuring Emeryville remains a safe and enjoyable city.”

The community seemed to really appreciate the police’s Open House. “Thank you for opening your space up to the community today and letting us see what goes on behind

City Manager Carolyn Lehr with Officer Eric White at the Open House

the scenes. My family and I had a great time seeing what you all do! We also loved the friendliness of all the officers there. And to the ladies in dispatch whom I’ve called more than I wish I had to: thank you for being so friendly, helpful and calm both in person and when I have to call!” Sarah Sheaffer – posted to the Emeryville Police Dept.’s Facebook page (9/9/17) 

Officer John Corcoran sharing fun handouts with the kids


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