MLPO and Cambridge Police continue their partnership; provide mentoring to young Latina student
Cambridge resident meets with officers with help from Massachusetts Latino Police Officers Association
The following was shared by the Massachusetts Latino Police Officers Association (MLPO):
The Massachusetts Latino Police Officers Association would like to thank Deputy Superintendent Christine Elow, Officer Gustavo Lopez, Officer Evelyn Kantor-Lugo and the Cambridge Police Department for providing their mentoring and experiences to Ms. Deana Beaulieu on Friday August 2, 2013. Ms. Beaulieu is considering her options in a career in Criminal Justice.
Testimonial - "The Mass Latino Police Officers Association (MLPO) quickly replied to an online message I sent for a shadowing opportunity for my niece Deana, who is currently an undecided major in community college. Like many of our Latino first-generation youth, the motivation and potential may exist but they might lack the know how and experiences to get to their destination. The MLPO responded with a lot of care and attention and made me feel like increasing this young Latina's access to a shadow experience was a priority! Thank you to the MLPO and the Cambridge Police Department Officers for being so welcoming and helping her connect with female and Latino officers...you made a tremendous impact on her!" - Cynthia K. Orellana
"My experience with the Cambridge Police Department was phenomenal. The Officer that I worked closely with showed me around the departments and also brought me along with him in his cruiser so that I could see how it is to work as an officer for a day. I will never forget my experience and highly recommend students look into becoming a police officer if they are interested in helping their community." – Deana Beaulieu
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