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Police trading cards contest continues

From The City of League City Police Department

October 2, 2007

LEAGUE CITY — The League City Police Department Police Officer Trading Card Program is still looking for a winner. Nobody has collected all 20 cards in set 4 which features officers, telecommunicators, the Crisis Negotiation Team, and our two motor officers. The featured officers will be distributing their own cards. The cards have their picture on the front and a brief biography and personal message on back. These cards may also be received at local community events, such as fairs and carnivals.

The purpose of this program is to create positive relations between the police officers and the youth of the community. Children tend to have a difficult time relating with police officers and this program will try to break this barrier.

Children are welcome to come up to any officer they see around town and ask if they have a trading card or come to the police department for those who work at the station. The person who is on each card MUST sign them to make the set valid. Only one officer/person has to sign a card if it is a group picture. The first child to collect all 20 cards of the set will get to choose a brand new bicycle up to $250.00 value.

You can see an entire set of cards displayed in the police department lobby, at any elementary school, or at Marina Bay Professional Park and Mini Storage, the sponsors of the current trading card set. Marina Bay Professional Park and Mini Storage is located at 104-A Oaks Blvd, #100. The phone number of this business is 281-334-8800.

The trading card contest is not open to city employees or volunteer city agencies and their families. Just bring your full set of cards to the League City Police Department, 500 West Walker, on a weekday before 4:00 p.m. or call Ofc. Christy Galyean an officer in the League City Police Department Community Outreach Program, at 281-338-8201. OFc. Galyean will also be happy to answer any questions and to receive your comments about the program.

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