April 27, 2012
Chief Rodney Monroe attended the Do the Write Thing Essay Challenge on Tuesday, April 24.
Thirty-four middle school students were recognized for their essays submitted for the 2012 Do the Write Thing Essay Challenge
. Participating principals and teachers from 18 schools were also in attendance at the annual reception to congratulate the winners and their families.
The challenge gives middle school students an opportunity to examine the impact of youth violence on their lives. Through classroom discussions and writings, students communicate what they think should be done to reduce youth violence. In addition, they make personal commitments to do something about the problem. Chief Monroe was honored to take part in recognizing these young members of our community.
The local effort is spearheaded by Mecklenburg County Community Support Services Project Safe Neighborhoods, a federally funded program working to keep our communities safe by eliminating gun violence. Administered by the U.S. Attorney's office, Project Safe Neighborhoods’ task force is made up of members of state and local law enforcement, community groups, educational institutions and Mecklenburg County.
For additional information on the effects of gun violence in our community, please contact Project Safe Neighborhoods at 704-336-8630.
April 18, 2012
CMPD Honors the Volunteer Unit with a Banquet
Below are photos from the event...
April 18, 2012CMPD Burnette-Nobles Golf Tournament Yields Success
Congratulations to our 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners of the Burnette-Nobles Golf Tournament. Also Congratulations to Richard Woodcock a City of Charlotte employee with the Enterprise and Resource Planning Dept for winning the 46 inch flat screen TV and surround sound! Thanks to everyone who came out and made this a successful event.
| ||FIRST PLACE AM FLIGHT WINNERS: SCORE 53|
SECOND PLACE: SCORE 54
THIRD PLACE: SCORE 56
| ||PM FIRST PLACE FLIGHT WINNERS: SCORE 52|
SECOND PLACE: SCORE 56
THIRD PLACE: SCORE 57
April 3, 2012
CMPD Recognizes Employees of the Month
Chief Monroe recognizes our sworn and non-sworn personnel for their outstanding work and dedication on the job for the month of April.Pictured: Ray Wilson Civilian Employee of the Month, Officer Paul (Bryan) Conner of the Hickory Grove Division and Officer Chris Tolley of the North Tryon Division