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News Release

Friday, March 4, 2016

Media Relations

“LAPD Community Relationship Division and McDonald’s Restaurant Co-host Coffee with a Cop”

WHAT:
Coffee and Conversation with members of the community, the team from McDonald's Restaurant and the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD).

WHEN:
Saturday, March 5, 2016
9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

WHERE:
McDonald's Restaurant
3602 South La Brea Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90016

WHO:
LAPD Commander Regina Scott, Operations-South Bureau
LAPD Captain Sean Parker, Southwest Division
LAPD Captain Ruby Malachi, Commanding Officer, Community Relationship Division
Ti Chang, McDonald's Restaurant Owner/Operator
Ronald McDonald, McDonald's Restaurant Mascot
KJLH 102.3 FM Radio Street Team
LAPD Mounted Platoon Officers and Horses
LAPD K-9 Unit Officers and Canines
LAPD Senior Lead Officers from Southwest Division
LAPD Officers from Community Relationship Division

WHY:
To bring members of the community, the team from McDonald's Restaurant and the
Los Angeles Police Department together for coffee and conversation. During the event, attendees will receive a free cup of coffee, compliments of McDonald's, meet the
Street Team from the KJLH 102.3 FM Radio Station and members of the LAPD.

"As McDonald's owner/operators, our number one priority is to be a good neighbor no matter where we do business." said Ti Chang, McDonald's owner/operator. "We are very excited to invite our friends and neighbors into our restaurants to create positive community engagement and dialog with our local police officers."

According to Chief Charlie Beck, "Coffee with a Cop is a great opportunity to bring the community, and members of the police department together to exchange ideas, address concerns and share in conversation over a great cup of McDonald's Coffee. We're proud to partner with McDonald's and are grateful for their insight and vision to help build a better community."

VISUALS:
LAPD Black & White Tesla
LAPD Mounted Platoon Horses and the equipment used by the Unit
LAPD K-9s

CONTACT:
For more information, please contact Police Officers Matt Rejis or Sara Faden, Community Relationship Division at 213-486-6000. To learn more about McDonald's and its involvement in the community visit: www.McDonaldsSocal.com or follow McDonald's on Twitter: @McDonalds_SoCal.


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