Thursday, January 21, 2010

Milton Police Department arranges donation for Birmingham Falls' Safety Patrol

Media Contact: Jason Wright
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City vendor Command Uniforms cut vests specifically for students

MILTON, GA., Jan. 21, 2010 - The dozens of children in Birmingham Falls Elementary School's student-staffed "Safety Patrol" will really stand out thanks to the work of Milton's Police Department and its uniform vendor, Atlanta-based Command Uniforms. On Jan. 21, the company donated 40 bright orange vests manufactured to fit the children. The Milton Police Department, which had been contacted by the school for the vests and worked through Command Uniforms to provide them free of charge, gave administrators the gift.

Mike Dykes, a Birmingham Falls representative, said students in the Safety Patrol monitor hallways in the mornings and afternoons, mentor younger peers and act as ambassadors during special events. The vests will set them apart, he said, and make them especially visible on the school's sidewalks and in its carpool area.

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Anonymous said...

Not to highjack this post but I hear in the grapevine there might be a Big change coming in the police department in Milton. Strap down and hold on.

Anonymous said...

Am buckled and got a good grip, let er rip.

Anonymous said...

Ok, are you ready for it..........!

They are changing the official contract provider from Krispy Kreem to Dunkin Donuts!

Anonymous said...

Philly Pretzel Factory wants a piece of the action.