Community invited to Police Day

FI-PoliceIn honor of National Police Week, the Greenwich Police Department (GPD) has invited the public to enjoy police-related activities on May 11 for Police Day.

The event will give residents the opportunity to meet the men and women of the GPD who serve and protect the community. Additionally, operational demonstrations will be performed by the department’s K-9 unit along with other special teams.

There will also be a variety of departmental vehicles and equipment on display as well as  guided tours of the Greenwich Public Safety Complex every half-hour throughout the entire day.

To round out the event, the Greenwich Police Honor Guard and the Police Explorers will assist Cub Scouts with a special U.S. flag workshop.

For younger residents, there will be a bouncy castle on site and citizens of all ages can enjoy free hot dogs and other events.

Police Day will take place rain or shine on Saturday, May 11 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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