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JPD actively engaged in connecting with the local community becoming a hot topic.

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‘Faith & Blue Community Expo’ held at Johns Creek Korean Church

The Johns Creek Police Department (JPD) is actively engaged in connecting with the local community, and it is becoming a hot topic.

On the afternoon of the 20th, at the ‘Faith & Blue Community Expo’ event organized by the Johns Creek Korean Church (Pastor Lee Kyung-won), a time to share various information such as suicide prevention, the newly established hotline 988, drug prevention, and addiction treatment was held.

The event, which began with an opening prayer by Pastor John Lee, a youth group pastor, introduced the police’s activities and cooperation with the community.

JPD also gave lectures to residents about CORT Department (Clinician Officer Response Team), CRASE (Civil Response to Active Attack Events), Mental Health and Suicide Prevention.

On this day, the JPD also held a police changing ceremony at the main gate of the church, which is the site of the event.

Meanwhile, Chef-jang, a Korean catering company, and Atlanta Arirang Lions Club (Chairman Jang Young-oh) provided dinner boxes for 30 officers, and the church mission office expressed their gratitude with 30 Starbucks gift certificates.

<By Eugene Lee>

 

Johns Creek Police Department Chief Paul J. Mitchell
Valunreers for Faith & Blue Community Expo (Clayton Lee, board member of Georgia Advocates For Crime Prevention; the 3d from Right side)

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