Los Angeles and San Diego Police Officers to Play Full Tackle Football for Charity NA16092ne

May 6, 2016

WHAT: Football game to raise funds for charity

WHEN: Saturday, May 14, 2016 2 p.m.

WHERE: Bishop Alemany High School 11111 N. Alemany Drive Mission Hills, CA 91345

WHO: Mrs. Amy Wakeland, First Lady of Los Angeles (Honorary Coin Toss)Mr. Jim Hill, KCBS2/KCAL9 Sports Anchor

WHAT: Since 1978, the LAPD Centurions have been “playing football for kids.” This unique fraternity of Los Angeles Police Officers practice, play, and travel on their off-duty time to raise money for the Blind Childrens’ Center of Los Angeles.

The LAPD “Centurions” and San Diego “Enforcers” are two, of 21 law enforcement and public safety football teams that travel nationwide to play football and raise money for charity. The LAPD Centurions are proud to be a part of the National Public Safety Football League (NPSFL) that put so much emphasis on giving back to the community.

VISUALS: Static displays to showcase the LAPD SWAT Team, K9 Unit and Valley Traffic Division’s Off-road Unit.

CONTACT: For more information about the LAPD Centurions, please contact Police Officer James Norton, President of the LAPD Centurions at (818) 389-8802, or visit: www.lacenturions.com. For information regarding the National Public Safety Football League, please visit: www.npsfl.org.