By Jennifer McRae

DENVER (CBS4)– Denver police officers hit the streets on Monday to make sure most families have a good Thanksgiving meal this holiday. The department’s community resource officers helped identify many families in need.

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A total of 600 meals will be delivered this week to families pre-identified through the community resource program at DPD. Denver Police Chief Paul Pazen said there is a need every year, but certainly this year with the pandemic and subsequent tough economy.

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“This is connecting and reconnecting with the communities we serve to help with these very challenging times during 2020,” said Pazen.

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The meals consist of a frozen turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, green beans and corn.

The Denver Police Department teamed up with partners including the Denver Police Foundation, Walmart, AT&T and “We Don’t Waste” to collect meals to deliver.

Jennifer McRae

Comments
  1. griselda says:

    As if our men in blue don’t have enough to do, and with fewer officers. I don’t want my tax dollars paying for this. I need them patrolling my neighborhood for ever-increasing property theft and car break-ins. Leave this to the charities.

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