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Lauderhill Police Department’s (LPD) Mentoring Program

On September 24, 2019, the Lauderhill Police Department gathered at Parkway Middle School to share information regarding their participation as mentors and to meet their mentees.

The Lauderhill Police Department in coordination with the Broward County School Board initiates mentorship programs to help students establish goals, build character and be productive students. Mentoring helps to guide young people to learn how to deal with life challenges positively in order to improve their behavior in school and home through effective mentoring relationships. 

Lauderhill mentors

Image above: Lauderhill mentors posing in Parkway Middle School library, First row from l/r; Det. Joseph Nistor, Det. Kavan Rolle, Det. Deniecia Smith, Chief Constance Staley, Ofc. Yvonne Pubien, Keilysha Harris, Admin Asst. Girjia “GG” Gothoskar, Ofc. Joseph Williams, Mayor Ken Thurston and Comm. Liaison Rasheed Baaith.

Second row from l/r; Richard Clarke, Det. Tarra Walker, Det. Torrance Gary, Ofc. Parys Thomas, Comm. Liaison Adrian Lumpkins, Det. David Daley and Chief’s Asst. Lauren Williams-Morgan.

 

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