LAPD DEBUTS NEW YOUTH MENTORING PROGRAM USING MINIBIKES WHAT: LAPD -will debut it’s new exciting youth mentoring program National Youth Project Using Minibikes (NYPUM) where police officers mentor kids while teaching them how to ride minibikes.
WHEN: Saturday June 8, 2019 12:00 PM to 3:00PM
WHERE: LAPD Davis Training Academy Off-Road Training Course 12001 Blucher Avenue Granada Hills, California 91340
WHO: Commissioner Paul Slavik, California State Parks OHMVR Commission Captain Andrew Neiman, LAPD Valley Traffic Division Sergeant Ron Alberca, LAPD Valley Traffic Division Officer Steve Carbajal, LAPD Valley Traffic Division Director Mark Speller, National Director of NYPUM NYPUM Youth Participants
DETAILS: Members of the media will be able to observe the officers as they instruct the kids on various minibike skills at the LAPD off-road training facility. The officers and the youth participants as well as program partners will be on hand to provide insight on the new program along with their personal experience in participating in this unique mentoring program. Officials from NYPUM and the California State Parks Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Commission will also be present to discuss their partnership with NYPUM. Media are encouraged to arrive at 11:30 PM in order to coordinate access into the LAPD Davis Training facility.
CONTACT: Officer Steve Carbajal at (818) 644-8030, to confirm your attendance and arrange for access and parking for this event, or if you have any questions. We are confident that your outlet will find this program very newsworthy and something your audience will appreciate.