Lights & Sirens International is a non-profit organization that’s brought together cops and the community like never before. We learn how the game of bocce is and sportsmanship is playing a role to strengthen the bond between law enforcement and local youth.
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Part of a four week long series, Lights and Sirens International has been working to bridge the gap with teens. Cops and teens met on Federal Hill for a game of Bocce while talking about some serious issues. The two groups meet and use a socially distant game of Bocce to discuss issues that can cause friction between the police and the community. Two way conversations lead to discussing topics like violence, and profiling, among other issues communities face.
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Lights and Sirens International was joined by Officer Thiago Gomes in an interview with NBC 10 Providence to discuss the 2020 Vacation with a Purpose, missionary work in the Dominican Republic, and how our partnership is giving back to communities in our great state. Special thank you to NBC 10 Providence and Officer Gomes for the opportunity to share some of our work with the community. "Together, We Can".
The Easter Bunny was busy on Saturday, April 20, at Fay Memorial Field in Cranston, during a free community Easter Egg Hunt.
Several hundred children and adults attended the event, hosted by the nonprofit organizations Esperanza-Hope and Lights & Sirens International. In addition to the 2,000 plastic eggs filled with candies and toys, the event featured photos with the Easter Bunny, face painting, games, prizes, food and music.