San Fernando Valley : TO PREPARE AND SERVE
Neighborhood Watch members and senior lead officers fed turkey, dressing, cranberry sauce, potatoes, pork tenderloin and taco salad to 225 rank-and-file officers at the West Valley Police Station in Reseda on Tuesday.
Dubbed “Feed the Cops Day,” the food was an expression of appreciation for the dedication of the detectives, patrol officers and civilians who work out of the station, said LAPD Sgt. Russ Bolton.
With the holidays coming up, providing food seemed appropriate.
“We’re attempting to tell the teams: ‘Thank you for all the hard work,’ ” said Bolton, a senior lead officer who helped organize the free lunch.