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Alyn Beck and Igor Soldo Memorial Scholarship Recipient Ceremony | RECAP (Rebuilding Every City Around Peace) | Show Your Support with LVMPD Apparel

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Beck and Igor Soldo Memorial Switch To Kindness! Campaign 04 Alyn 10 Scholarship Recipient Ceremony In Your Safety – LVMPD 06 Invest Reality Based Training Center

13 Donor Profile – Mike & Janice Howard

Reality Based Training Center 07 Ground Breaking

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Bolden Area Officers Honored

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LVMPD Foundation and IKEA Furnish Local Family’s Home

LVMPD Foundation is a Tax-Exempt, non-profit organization. Your contribution may be tax deductible pursuant to the provisions of section 170 (c) of the Internal Revenue Service code of 1986, 26 U.S.C 170(c).

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Welcome to the end of 2020! While we certainly didn’t expect this year to be anything like it turned out to be, all of us at the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Foundation were determined to make the best of it. As your financial contributions continue to assist the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department to keep our community safe, we hope you’ll enjoy reading about what we’ve been able to accomplish…even in the midst of this pandemic. We are blessed to have your support. We know that our community’s most vulnerable populations have been having a very difficult time this year. With the loss of so many hospitality and other industry jobs, people need help more than ever. Throughout this year, starting at the beginning of the shutdown, the LVMPD Foundation has focused on funding initiatives that help our officers not only provide protection for our community but also lessen burdens of our residents. Because of the assistance offered by our donors and supporters like you the LVMPD Foundation has funded LVMPD’s community engagement programs to help even more families than usual these past several months including the Switch to Kindness Campaign, the back-to-school Backpack Initiative, the Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway, and the IKEA Holidays home makeovers. These efforts and many other projects looked very different from those of previous years but still had tremendous impact on the lives of so many of our neighbors. And, with programs like Unite for Heroism we have supported efforts to bring the public together to support the critical relationships between our officers and the people they serve especially communities of color. Our sponsorship of these and many other community programs dedicated to children, safety, and education demonstrates that the Foundation, as well as the men and women of Metro who put these initiatives into action, continue to make a viable difference in Southern Nevada. Again, thank you for helping our officers and the community they serve during these difficult times. I hope you’ll enjoy reading about what you have made possible. With warmest wishes for a safe and healthy New Year, Tom Kovach Executive Director

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LVMPD Foundation Presents $60,000 Scholarship Fund to 12 Local Students

LVMPD Foundation and scholarship donors present sixth annual Officers Alyn Beck and Igor Soldo Memorial Scholarship at LVMPD Headquarters on Wednesday, June 17, 2020. Left to right: Tom Kovach, Sheriff Joseph Lombardo, Ron Coury, and Don Tamburro.

On Wednesday, June 17, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) Foundation awarded 12 children of active-duty LVMPD police and corrections officers with the Alyn Beck and Igor Soldo Memorial Scholarship at LVMPD Headquarters. Named in memory of Fallen Officers Alyn Beck and Igor Soldo, this scholarship is awarded to children of LVMPD law enforcement for the sixth consecutive year. This year, because of the generosity of Ron Coury and Don Tamburro who gave $50,000 and Switch who gave $10,000, the LVMPD Foundation is able to fund twelve $5,000 scholarships, each to college or vocational school-bound students. With their contribution this year, Mr.Coury and Mr. Tamburro have now given $300,000 to the scholarship fund. “It is an absolute privilege to award these well-deserving students within our LVMPD family, and we are grateful for the generosity of Mr. Ron Coury and Mr. Don Tamburro each year, and to Switch for $10,000 this year,” said Tom Kovach, executive director of the LVMPD Foundation. “Since many did not get the opportunity to celebrate their senior year as envisioned, this is a special day to commend our local youth for all of their hard work and commitment to furthering their education.” These scholarship funds are earmarked to offset the costs of the students’ tuition, fees, and books related to their college or vocational education.

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2020 Officers Alyn Beck and Igor Soldo Memorial Scholarship Recipients

2020 Officers Alyn Beck and Igor Soldo Memorial Scholarship Recipients

Row one, left to right, Ayden Johnson, Bryauna Krumme, Caitlyn Lafavor. Row two, Cassidy Smaka, Ethan Dockendorf, Faith Summers. Row three, John Liles III, John McGrath III, Joseph Farina. Row four, Natalie Valenzuela, Zaria McKenzie, Tyler Boehm. LVMPD FOUNDATION HIGHLIGHTS I VOLUME 1 ISSUE 2

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LVMPD Foundation Continues to Raise Funds for Phase One of New Reality Based Training Center

The events of 1 October and “As the sheriff and head of a law enforcement agency, one of my top other mass casualty incidents priorities is officer safety and wellbeing – that’s directly related to around the world have been or correlated to training. The intent is for us to get better, we need and should be a wakeup call the appropriate facilities to present to our officers. This is a vision for emergency responders that needs to take place now versus five, six or seven years from now everywhere. We must because our officers are being presented with this situation now.” - Sheriff Joseph Lombardo constantly strive to be a step ahead of those who wish to do harm in our communities. a $25 million fundraising over 125,000 square feet of the campaign for phase one of most modern and dedicated The Las Vegas Metropolitan a world-class Reality Based training resources. One of the Police Department realized Training Center, which will buildings will contain a climate the pressing need for crossprovide local, state and controlled tactical training village jurisdictional training locally. national law enforcement including casino simulations and In response, the LVMPD and first responders with other incidents. Foundation has been leading life-saving training, which is essential for the safety of our This facility is the largest and officers, our public, and our most comprehensive project of visitors. this type in the nation. It will be a lasting and standing testament The first phase consists to Vegas Strong. of two adjacent buildings; combined they will house Please consider supporting our fundraising campaign to make a new Reality Based Training Center in Southern Nevada a reality. The first phase is being funded through private dollars and your contribution to the Foundation shows your dedication to a safer community. Donations can be made online at lvmpdfoundation.org/reality-based-training or contact Tom Kovach at tkovach@donorbasis.com

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LVMPD Reality Based Training Center

CONSTRUCTION BEGINS

On October 1, 2020, Governor Steve Sisolak, Sheriff Joseph Lombardo, LVMPD, LVMPD Clark County Commission Chair Marilyn Kirkpatrick, City of Las Vegas, North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee and Tom Kovach, Executive Director, LVMPD Foundation announced that site work is well underway on phase one of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) Reality Based Training Center during a press conference which was held at the site, located at 7370 E. Carey Road, Las Vegas, NV. The RBT Center will be adjacent to the existing John T. Moran Firearms Facility. “Planning for this facility began long before One October or the current pandemic,” said Sheriff Joseph Lombardo, LVMPD. “Critical incidents and the many challenges facing law enforcement have elevated the need for a state-of-the-art training facility to help meet the public safety needs of Southern Nevada. This multi-jurisdictional training center will ultimately be used by over 60 public and private entities state-wide and may eventually be used by law enforcement agencies from across the country.” According to Sheriff Lombardo, the Center’s indoor training village will provide the unique and valuable opportunity to prepare for active shooter events through a variety of simulated environments that present realistic situations, allowing trainees to practice decisionmaking skills and experience stress inoculation with a significant focus on de-escalation tactics.

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10,000 LOCAL STUDENTS BENEFIT FROM LVMPD BACK TO SCHOOL INITIATIVE

The LVMPD Foundation doubled down on our investment in local youth for the 2020-2021 school year by greatly increasing our funding of LVMPD’s Back to School Initiative. Sponsored in part by Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Nevada Medicaid and United Way of Southern Nevada, this initiative will provide 10,000 local students with backpacks filled with school supplies to help ensure that they are prepared to go back to school whether they are learning in the classroom or from home. The backpacks will allow students to begin their school year without worrying about their need for supplies and will offer families some relief from a financial burden during this time when so many of our neighbors are in need. The backpacks and supplies will be distributed before the school year begins by all ten LVMPD area commands.

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This increased investment by the Foundation reflects our commitment to public safety through social and racial equity. We are proud to increase our support of Sheriff Lombardo and LVMPD’s commitment to community engagement programs that seek to improve lives and communities, especially communities of color and, in particular, the Black community. Through funding a myriad of community engagement and public safety programs, including this back to school initiative, the Foundation strives to continue to strengthen the relationship between law enforcement and residents and enable an even safer Southern Nevada. In 2019, Clark County Commission Chairwoman Marilyn Kirkpatrick encouraged all involved to think bigger this year with this backpack program. Thanks to her vision, the Sheriff’s commitment, our officers’ great work, and some incredible donors, the Foundation did just that and now 10,000 students and their families will benefit.

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In this difficult time, it’s more critical than ever to support each other. The Foundation is proud to be a partner in the Switch to Kindness Campaign with the Vegas Chamber, Switch and ItsOnMe® in an exciting new campaign to support our community’s first responders who are protecting us during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. The Switch to Kindness campaign is a winwin opportunity for

appreciative community members and businesses to support our officers and other first responders who are protecting us during the COVID-19 crisis through the purchase of gift cards while directly helping our local business establishments. The LVMPD Foundation is pleased to be serving as the fiscal agent allowing community members to make taxdeductible contributions

to the campaign through the LVMPD Foundation. The Foundation will purchase and distribute gift cards to law enforcement and other first responders. Or, you can purchase gift cards directly for the LVMPD Foundation Please consider thanking our first responders by making a tax-deductible contribution to the campaign through the LVMPD Foundation.

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DONOR PROFILE – MIKE & JANICE HOWARD When did you get involved with the Foundation? We started getting involved with the Foundation in August of 2019, a few months after we moved to Las Vegas from Seattle, WA. We are connected with Tom Kovach, the Executive Director of the Foundation and the then President of the Foundation, Jordan Wirsz. When Janice and I started talking to both Tom and Jordan, we were convinced that the Foundation was one of the entities we wanted to get involved with.

What attracted you to the cause? We have always been

proponents of law enforcement and were active with the Seattle Police Foundation when we lived in the Seattle area. Mike was in law enforcement in his early 20’s and throughout his career, whether with the government at CIA, or as Chief Security Officer (CSO) Microsoft, he has always had ties to law enforcement both internationally and here in the U.S. Janice, in her career as a Flight Attendant with American Airlines, she and her colleagues had to work with law enforcement on occasion re security issues onboard her flights which also gave Janice a desire to support law enforcement.

What attracted you to the Foundation in particular? Re the LVMPD Foundation in particular, Metro has an excellent reputation in the law enforcement community. During Mike’s career as CSO Microsoft, his team worked with Metro regularly on major events such as CES where Microsoft employees and executives converged on the city. We were able to see first hand how professional and community oriented Metro was in keeping the peace. Once we moved here, we felt we needed to continue our support of the foundation here, as we did in the Seattle area.

What motivates you to stay involved? We are motivated to stay involved with the Foundation because of what it stands for and the many

important programs the Foundation gets involved in yearly. Whether supporting Santa Hats during the holidays or the new training facility being built now, to active support for various units in Metro with regard to equipment etc., the Foundation has a vital role in supporting the often dangerous and important work that Metro does.

In your opinion, what is the most important work that the Foundation does? We volunteer and

donate because we in the Bible verse from Luke “to whom much is given, much will be required.” We’ve been blessed with the ability to give to any number of causes and high on the list for us is the Foundation. We have come to love Las Vegas and it will be our permanent home forever. We feel compelled to do our parts to make sure that we support those who carry the badge everyday and risk their lives to keep us all safe. It is the very least we can do for the women and men of Metro.

Why do you volunteer and donate? The most important work

the Foundation does involves direct support to line officers and units in the way of equipment and resources so they can do their jobs safely and efficiently. Along with that, is the Foundation’s efforts to build the Reality Based Training Center. This state-of-the-art facility will

provide not only Metro officers with vital training, but also officers from around the country. It is a magnificent effort and the Foundation is leading the way in making this training facility a reality

What do you hope the Foundation will achieve in the near future? In the long term?

We want the Foundation to continue not only to be a resource to Metro, but also the Vegas community writ large. The inroads the Foundation has, and will continue to make with regard to community relations, augments the daily positive interactions Metro officers have with the public. The more the Foundation can get out in the community, and show both the realities and possibilities of what positive community police interaction is and can be like, the better we can support Metro and the community.

Do you have any other messages to share? Janice and I are proud to be supporters of the LVMPD Foundation. We hope that in our little way, we are helping to make the Las Vegas community a safe and prosperous community. As we said, we are honored to be involved with the Foundation and the excellent men and women in the Foundation who work tirelessly to make this Foundation the best in the country!

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Thank You LVMPD Officers

During this trying time of hardship across the nation and in Southern Nevada, the LVMPD Foundation has been heartened by the outpouring support of the community toward LVMPD officers. The Foundation has received many videos and written messages of gratitude from the community to the brave men and women of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. “I want to express my sincere gratitude for all that you do for our community, and making sacrifices each and every day to keep us safe.” -Richard Ebanks

“Thank you for all your support, keeping us safe, and being on the front lines!!” -Sue Walton-Robertson

Public safety is a basic human need that our community is relying on. Join us and send a message of encouragement to our hard-working officers during this time when we are reminded that our personal safety is a basic human need.

“This message of gratitude s for all metro officers, first responders and 911 workers. Thank you, thank you for all you do and for putting the community first.” -Risa Zucker “THANK YOU to our brave and caring LVMPD officers for all that you do! We love you and we appreciate you!” -Missy Young, CIO, Switch My heartfelt thanks to you and your families during this extraordinary time.” -Donna Namchek

lvmpdfoundation.org/thanks-metro

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MESSAGE OF GRATITUDE In a time when southern Nevada, like many other communities around the nation are dedicated to responding and recovering from COVID-19, the LVMPD Foundation continues to collect Messages of Gratitude from business leaders and members of the community to share our appreciation for the brave men and women of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department and their constant support of our region’s safety. We know that law enforcement officers and first responders do not have the option of working remotely and that they face the same challenges as everyone else with implementing social distancing and working through childcare options and other daily life issues – all while continuing to serve. The Foundation invites you to submit your message of gratitude and encouragement. We continue to send these heartfelt messages to our hardworking officers who are protecting us during this trying time. Submit your video or written message today. lvmpdfoundation.org/ thanks-metro

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PROCEEDS FROM NEW BOOK TO BENEFIT THE LAS VEGAS METROPOLITAN POLICE DEPARMENT FOUNDATION

In Dog Teams, author Nami Oneda takes readers behind the scenes of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department K-9 Unit with a look at how to work with police dogs and what it takes to become a K-9 handler. A great book for people who love dogs and want to learn more about their importance in law enforcement, Dog Teams explores the selection, training, and work of K-9 handlers, as well as their relationships with the dogs. It details the process of securing a spot in the K-9 unit and the challenges in selecting the right dogs for the work. It also includes interesting facts about police dogs and how dogs solve crime.

Around the world, K-9s play a crucial part in police work. But more goes into the training and selection of these dogs than you might think.

If you want to learn about K-9 police dogs or know someone who has an interest in dogs or K-9 police dogs, this fascinating and entertaining account provides a new perspective on the world of these canine heroes. Dog Teams is available now for purchase at lvmpdfoundation.org

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Show Your Support for LVMPD Foundation You can now show support and appreciation for the brave men and women of LVMPD when you proudly wear an LVMPD Foundation Face Mask. LVMPD Foundation Face Masks are now available for purchase online at lvmpdfoundation.org. In addition to LVMPD Foundation Face Masks, the online shop also has a selection of LVMPD T-Shirts, Caps and apparel. Proceeds from your apparel purchase go to the LVMPD Foundation and help the Foundation support and fund over 30 units, and initiatives such as community engagement programs like back to school drives, updated equipment and technology for the Police Department’s community safety and crime prevention efforts, and advanced officer training. By supporting the LVMPD Foundation, you help make Southern Nevada a safer place.

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UNITE FOR HEROISM On Thursday, October 22, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) Foundation hosted an in-person and virtual event in celebration of the first-ever Unite for Heroism at the Wynn Las Vegas. Community supporters came together to relive the lifesaving moments and acts of heroism our LVMPD officers perform on a daily basis through a series of real-life bodycam footage and interviews. The event also highlighted a panel of celebrity heroes who openly discussed topics such as community safety and inclusivity. It included Roxann McCoy, President of NAACP Las Vegas, Regina Coward-Holman, Retired LVMPD Officer, President of the Nevada Black Police Association, and the Region 1 President of the National Black Police Association, and Maxine Jones, American singer (formerly of En Vogue), songwriter, and actress. “Tonight, was a phenomenal night with a tremendous showing of support for our everyday heroes,” said Tom Kovach, executive director of the LVMPD Foundation, “and the unity the community here in Southern Nevada has with law enforcement.” The event and virtual silent auction raised over $800,000 which will directly support the LVMPD Foundation to fund a myriad of community engagement and public safety programs.

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BOLDEN AREA OFFICERS HONORED The LVMPD Foundation congratulates six LVMPD officers and detectives for being honored by the U.S. Department of Justice for their commitment to community engagement excellence. On November 3, 2020, the U.S. Department of Justice honored six Metro officers and detectives with distinguished service awards for community policing innovation and specifically recognized them for the Bolden Little League, a baseball league that encourages mentorship and trust between officers and local youth. The league’s first pitch was thrown in 2017 and now encompasses 14 teams and nearly 200 players. Please join us in saluting Officers James Bryant, Darling Mapes, Luis Vidal and Strahinja Pavlovic as well as Detectives Traves Humpherys and David Shive of the LVMPD Bolden Area Command. The LVMPD Foundation is proud to fund hundreds of community engagement programs and initiatives, including the Bolden Little League, that build bridges with the communities that our officers serve and foster trust and dialogue between officers and youth. We are grateful for the dedication, valor, and commitment to public safety of everyone at LVMPD, and we thank them for their service.

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LVMPD FOUNDATION AND IKEA

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FURNISH LOCAL FAMILY’S HOME

On Tuesday, August 18, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Foundation and IKEA USA furnished a local family’s home. During a food donation drop off to the apartment complex residents earlier this year, Sergeant Al Reeder of the LVMPD Convention Center Area Command, noticed the entire family of eight sitting and sleeping on the floor. The family had no furniture in their home, and both parents had lost their jobs due to COVID-19 economic hardships. Through a number of programs, the family is able to supplement the income lost and feed their six children, one of whom is autistic. In 2020, the LVMPD Foundation received a community grant from IKEA, and with this grant they helped support this local family nominated by Sergeant Reeder. The LVMPD Foundation and IKEA representatives came together on Tuesday, August 18 at the family’s home as the delivery truck of new furniture arrived. The family of eight received new beds, furniture, school supplies and toys for the children, in addition to new cookware and even more supplies and accesories for the home. LVMPD FOUNDATION HIGHLIGHTS I VOLUME 1 ISSUE 2

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LVMPD 2021 K-9 CALENDAR The 2021 LVMPD K-9 Calendar is available now exclusively at our online store. Order your calendar today and enjoy twelve months of beautifully photographed images of our Valley’s favorite four-legged heroes as they experience some of the most iconic “Only in Vegas” moments. Proceeds from the 2021 LVMPD K-9 Calendar will benefit the LVMPD Foundation to help support hundreds of programs and initiatives that help keep our community safer, including the LVMPD K-9 Section active and retired officer dogs. By supporting the LVMPD Foundation, you help make Southern Nevada a safer place to live, work, and visit.

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TURKEY DRIVE 3,000 Families in Need Received a “Turkey Dinner Basket” to Kick Off the LVMPD Holiday Season 2020

LVMPD Foundation, Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Nevada, Three Square and Walmart join together.

LAS VEGAS (November 23, 2020) – The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) Foundation was proud to fund the 2020 “Turkey Dinner Basket” Giveaway Initiative to kick off the season of giving. Sponsored in part by Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Nevada, Walmart, and Three Square, the 2020 Turkey Dinner Basket Giveaway Initiative will help almost 12,000 local residents in need in Southern Nevada with a full meal to celebrate Thanksgiving this year.

LVMPD Office of Community Engagement will hold a press conference at LVMPD Headquarters (400 S. Martin L. King Blvd) on Tuesday, November 24, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. with community partners sponsoring the initiative. Speakers include Captain Jack Owen, LVMPD Captain of Support Operations Bureau and Olivia Smith from Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield Nevada Medicaid.

During the press conference, the LVMPD Foundation will provide 300 “Turkey Dinner Baskets” to each of the 10 area commands for distribution in their corresponding neighborhoods. LVMPD FOUNDATION HIGHLIGHTS I VOLUME 1 ISSUE 2

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HOLIDAY INITIATIVES SANTA COPS, TOY DISTRIBUTIONS

Each year the LVMPD Foundation supports programs and initiatives including Santa Cops which provides children with holiday gifts. For nearly three decades, LVMPD officers have been paired with kids to shop for Christmas gifts at a local Walmart. 2020 presented challenges to this annual tradition due to social distancing guidelines. This year, ten different area commands shopped for presents and then delivered the gifts to pre-selected families who are struggling as a result of job losses and furloughs from business closures. The Department provided gifts to 74 families, totaling 200 children, this Christmas through funding provided by the LVMPD Foundation. LVMPD FOUNDATION HIGHLIGHTS I VOLUME 1 ISSUE 2

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ONLINE GIFT & GIVE

Thank you to everyone who helped support more than 50-holiday events to uplift over 10,000 children and families in Clark County! By connecting with the communities that our officers serve, the LVMPD Foundation continues to strengthen relationships and uplift communities, even during times of need. The LVMPD Foundation’s holiday community engagement work is possible because of your giving during the season. lvmpdfoundation.org/gift-and-give/ LVMPD FOUNDATION HIGHLIGHTS I VOLUME 1 ISSUE 2

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2021 LAW ENFORCEMENT APPRECIATION

On January 14, 2021 the Strip and iconic buildings Downtown and around the Valley will again show support for Metro’s LVMPD Heroes and in recognition and support of the men and women of LVMPD. We invite you to go blue on January 14, 2021 by wearing LVMPD or Go True Blue apparel. The LVMPD Foundation will have a limited availability of LVMPD Go True Blue Signs which can be proudly displayed in your yard. Visit the LVMPD Foundation’s Online store at lvmpdfoundation.org/shop LVMPD FOUNDATION HIGHLIGHTS I VOLUME 1 ISSUE 2

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Profile for Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Foundation

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