BUSINESSES URGED TO HELP FUND CADETS; Businesses POST THRIVE supporting the PEOPLE CONTACT JON GRIFFIN AT JON.GRIFFIN@TRINITYMIRROR.COM COMMUNITY.
COMMUNITY-minded business bosses are being urged to invest in tomorrow's leaders today.
Staffordshire Young Police Cadets were launched earlier this year to strengthen links between the police and young people.
The first 33 cadets joined in April with a number carrying out their initial uniformed duties at the High Sheriff's charity ball at Thorpe Hall on June 28. They also engaged with the public during a Let's Talk Saturday event in Lichfield with Staffordshire's Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Ellis on July 13.
Businesses are now being asked to step up and contribute - no matter how large or small the amount - to fund uniforms and equipment for the cadets as part of the business-sponsored partnership.
Pictured are PCC Matthew Ellis in Lichfield with cadets and Tracy Hardie from local charity Sarac.
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|Publication:||The Birmingham Post (England)|
|Date:||Jul 25, 2013|
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