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  • Lunch with a Cop

    Once a month, the Miami-Dade Police Department sends officers to Poinciana Park Elementary in Gladeview to have lunch with students. The kids have gone from being scared of the officers to looking at them more like friends, and sometimes even as family. Video by Emily Michot

Once a month, the Miami-Dade Police Department sends officers to Poinciana Park Elementary in Gladeview to have lunch with students. The kids have gone from being scared of the officers to looking at them more like friends, and sometimes even as family. Video by Emily Michot Emily Michot The Miami Herald
Once a month, the Miami-Dade Police Department sends officers to Poinciana Park Elementary in Gladeview to have lunch with students. The kids have gone from being scared of the officers to looking at them more like friends, and sometimes even as family. Video by Emily Michot Emily Michot The Miami Herald

Cops and kindergartners share lunch, and more, in a Miami neighborhood hit hard by crime

May 17, 2017 7:00 AM