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Photo Gallery: Glendale Police Officer’s Association’s Cops for Kids program
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Photo Gallery: Glendale Police Officer’s Association’s Cops for Kids program

Photo Gallery: Glendale Police Officer’s Association’s Cops for Kids program
Glendale police officer Michelle Gonzalez leads her group of several volunteers into the apartment of the Zarate family, the first stop for the annual Glendale Police Officer’s Association’s Cops for Kids program at the Glendale Police Department on Tuesday, December 18, 2018. The program has reduced in size, delivering to fourteen families, while last year there where thirty. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Glendale Police Officer’s Association’s Cops for Kids program
Key Cub member Caitlyn Lopez, 15, of Granada Hills, places a gift onto a leaning stack of gifts inside the studio apartment of the Zarate family for the annual Glendale Police Officer’s Association’s Cops for Kids program at the Glendale Police Department on Tuesday, December 18, 2018. The program has reduced in size, delivering to fourteen families, while last year there where thirty. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Glendale Police Officer’s Association’s Cops for Kids program
The staging area inside the community room of the Glendale Police Department with numbered tables to correspond to the officers assigned for gift deliveries at the annual Glendale Police Officer’s Association’s Cops for Kids program at the Glendale Police Department on Tuesday, December 18, 2018. The program has reduced in size, delivering to fourteen families, while last year there where thirty. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Glendale Police Officer’s Association’s Cops for Kids program
Glendale police officer Michelle Gonzalez looks up to a top bunk to greet a Zarate family member after meeting Sarai Zarate, 12, for the annual Glendale Police Officer’s Association’s Cops for Kids program at the Glendale Police Department on Tuesday, December 18, 2018. The program has reduced in size, delivering to fourteen families, while last year there where thirty. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Glendale Police Officer’s Association’s Cops for Kids program
Volunteers stream into the studio apartment of the Zarate family to deliver gifts for the annual Glendale Police Officer’s Association’s Cops for Kids program at the Glendale Police Department on Tuesday, December 18, 2018. The program has reduced in size, delivering to fourteen families, while last year there where thirty. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Glendale Police Officer’s Association’s Cops for Kids program
Bicycles being carried out of the community room for the annual Glendale Police Officer’s Association’s Cops for Kids program at the Glendale Police Department on Tuesday, December 18, 2018. The program has reduced in size, delivering to fourteen families, while last year there where thirty. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Glendale Police Officer’s Association’s Cops for Kids program
Voluteers carry gifts into the apartment of the Zarate family for the annual Glendale Police Officer’s Association’s Cops for Kids program at the Glendale Police Department on Tuesday, December 18, 2018. The program has reduced in size, delivering to fourteen families, while last year there where thirty. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Glendale Police Officer’s Association’s Cops for Kids program
Glendale police officer Michelle Gonzalez high fives Sarai Zarate, 12, after realizing they had a connection through her school after several gifts were delivered to the home for the annual Glendale Police Officer’s Association’s Cops for Kids program at the Glendale Police Department on Tuesday, December 18, 2018. The program has reduced in size, delivering to fourteen families, while last year there where thirty. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Glendale Police Officer’s Association’s Cops for Kids program
Glendale Police Sgt. Ben Bateman talks with fellow officers and volunteers to kick off the annual Glendale Police Officer’s Association’s Cops for Kids program at the Glendale Police Department on Tuesday, December 18, 2018. The program has reduced in size, delivering to fourteen families, while last year there where thirty. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
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