Multiple Law Enforcement agencies from around Central Oregon participated in two-days of Emergency Vehicle Operators Course (EVOC) Training. Trainers and participants alike took advantage of the real-world, winter weather conditions in Prineville making for a successful and informative training experience.
The Neighborhood Clean-Up held January 23rd – 25th in the area of SE 4th and Belknap Streets was a great success, and resulted in 10,661 pounds of garbage and debris being removed from an approximate 4 block radius. The Prineville Police Department wishes to thank the citizens of these neighborhoods for their hard work. We also wish to thank our community partners, Prineville Disposal and the Habitat for Humanity organization. We plan to hold several more clean-up throughout the year.
If anyone would like to help sponsor or lend a hand at future clean-up, please contact Captain Michael Boyd at email@example.com or Community Service Officer James Young at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you to the community for making this event a great success!
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