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News Release
Friday, March 23, 2012
Media Relations
   
   
Stand Up and Speak Out Against Bullying

WHAT:
LAPD School Assembly, Stand Up and Speak Out Against Bullying

WHEN:
8:00 a.m.  - 1st assembly (250 students)
9:00 a.m. -  2nd assembly (300 students)

WHERE:
Trinity Elementary School
3736 Trinity Street
Los Angeles, CA 90011

WHO:
LAPD Deputy Chief Jose Perez, Operations-Central Bureau
LAPD Captain Jorge Rodriguez, Newton Area Commanding Officer
Monica Harmon, LAPD Volunteer and Public Safety Advocate
Personnel from LAPD Community Relations Section and Community Policing Unit
500 students from Trinity Elementary School

WHY:
The Los Angeles Police Department is hosting a school assembly to provide
500 students with information about the problem of bullying and how it can be addressed and combated.  Topics will include anti-bullying tactics for school, church, sports, or other places where students and young people often encounter it, as well as Cyber bullying that occurs on cell phones and popular social media websites like Facebook, Twitter, and My Space.

For more information regarding the Stand Up and Speak Out Against Bullying school assembly, please call Lt. Elaine Morales, Operations-Central Bureau at 213-485-3101, or visit www.LAPDonline.org.


     
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