Sheriff reads to preschoolers over video call

Douglas County's Spurlock also answered children's questions

Elliott Wenzler
ewenzler@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 5/4/20

As part of an effort to keep up a relationship between law enforcement and Douglas County children, Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock, in partnership with Council for a Strong America, …

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Sheriff reads to preschoolers over video call

Douglas County's Spurlock also answered children's questions

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As part of an effort to keep up a relationship between law enforcement and Douglas County children, Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock, in partnership with Council for a Strong America, participated in a virtual book reading April 14 and 15.

By remotye video conference, Spurlock read the children's book “Officer Buckle and Gloria” to two groups of preschoolers at Coyote Creek Elementary School in Highlands Ranch. He also introduced one of the sheriff's office K-9's to the children and answered their questions in sessions lasting about 40 minutes, according to a release from Council For a Strong America, or CSA.

CSA is a nonprofit made up of law enforcement officers, retired admirals and generals, business and community leaders, faith-based leaders and athletes and coaches. The goal of the nonprofit is to help prepare children for successful lives.

Spurlock is a member of the nonprofit's group, Fight Crime: Invest in Kids. 

“The kids loved it and Sheriff Spurlock did as well,” according to the release. “In the environment in which we now find ourselves, it is important that we give kids great opportunities like out Cops & Tots program, even if done virtually.”

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