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Press Release

Tracy PD to Host “Movie with a Cop” Event at the Grand

Posted: Oct 7, 2016
Location: Tracy, Calif.

On October 31, 2016 the Tracy Police Department will host their first “Movie with a Cop” event at the Grand Theatre Center for the Arts for roughly 200 local youth. Twenty schools within the Tracy Unified School District were asked to select 10 students from each school based on the six pillars of character, which include: citizenship, kindness, fairness, responsibility, respect and trustworthiness. The selected students, and their parents, will join the Tracy Police Department for the Walt Disney movie Captain America: Civil War. Guests are encouraged to come in costume, or in superhero attire. Attendees will also be given free popcorn and refreshments.

“We are looking forward to spending some fun time with our kids, especially seeing them in costume! We are making preparations for a memorable day for the kids! Have a wonderful and safe Halloween!” stated Police Chief Esquivel.

The Tracy Police Department is also encouraging the public to be safe this Halloween, and consider the following safety tips:

• Be alert and aware of activity around you;

• Make sure your costume doesn’t pose tripping or safety hazards;

• Wear reflective tape or glow sticks or carry a flashlight so that drivers may see you;

• Know your child’s trick-or-treat route;

• Stay on well-lit streets and sidewalks;

• Remind kids not to enter stranger’s homes or cars;

• Inspect candy and treats before children eat them;

• Do not go into a stranger’s car or house, even if invited in;

• Make sure that fake knives, swords, and guns are made from cardboard or other flexible materials to avoid accidental injury or worse, have them mistaken for the real thing;

• Watch open flames from jack-o-lanterns as they can catch costumes and long wigs on fire;

• Report suspicious activity to Tracy PD at 831-6550.

Tanika Zuniga – Crime Analyst
Tracy Police Department

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