Patrol Stroll: ALLin for a Cure

Donate and VOTE for the deputy you want to wear the Show Stopping finale gown in this year's Patrol Stroll!

Click the image and it will take you to the links to choose from.

Voting/Donating ends Tuesday, October 1, 2019.

All proceeds benefit the American Cancer Society, Real Men Wear Pink Campaign.

Come out and see who wins at the annual award-winning law enforcement fashion show in College Town on Thursday, October 17, 2019 from 6p.m. - 8p.m. The event is FREE and open to the public so be sure to mark your calendar!

If you are interested in becoming a business sponsor, please download the sponsorship packet and submit by Friday, October 4, 2019.

 

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Patrol Stroll Sponsors

 

COFFEE with a COP

October 2, 2019: 7a.m. - 9a.m. / Country Kitchen and Goodies Eatery

Join our deputies at Country Kitchen or Goodies Eatery for coffee and a conversation. No agenda or speeches, just a chance to ask questions, voice concerns, and get to know the deputies in your neighborhood!

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HISPANIC RESOURCE FESTIVAL

October 12, 2019: 10a.m. - 2p.m. / Tallahassee Community College

Please come out and join us for the Leon County Sheriff’s Office's Second Annual Hispanic Resource Festival. This event will provide information on resources available to the community and work to build the relationships between the Sheriff’s Office and the Hispanic community. You will have the opportunity to interact with some of our SWAT team members, Hostage team members, Bomb Team, Traffic Unit, K-9 Unit and other deputies from the agency. There will be live entertainment provided by DJ Suave and DJ Rudy Max, Poquito de Mexico, Simply Panama, Azucar Dancers and more! Also free haircuts, snow cones, popcorn, cotton candy, bounce houses and face painting. There will also be Hispanic food available for purchase.

Por favor venga y únase con nosotros para el Segundo Festival de Recursos Hispanos de la Oficina del Sheriff del Condado de Leon. Este evento proporcionará información sobre los recursos disponibles para la comunidad y trabajará para construir las relaciones entre la Oficina del Sheriff y la comunidad hispana. Tendrá la oportunidad de interactuar con algunos de nuestros miembros del equipo SWAT, miembros del equipo de rehenes, la Unidad de Tráfico y otros ayudantes de la agencia. Habrá entretenimiento en vivo proporcionado por DJ Suave y DJ Rudy Max, Poquito de México, Simply Panama, Azúcar Dancers y más. También gratis corto de pelo, conos de nieve, palomitas de maíz, algo donde azúcar, casas de brincar y pintura facial. También habrá comida hispana disponible para comprar.

ATTENDING VENDORS: Career Source Capital Region, Leon County Department of Health, Refuge House, FSU Center for Advancement of Human Rights, Leon County EMS, Tallahassee Fire Department, Leon County Voter Registration, DISC Village, Big Bend American Health Education Center, Survive and Thrive, Florida A&M University, Panhandle Area Educational Consortium, Well Care, Gisela Rodriguez Attorney, Legal Services of North Florida, FSU Art Therapy Association, TCC Workforce Development, Moms Demanding Action, Safe Kids Big Bend, Be Smart, Big Bend Habitat for Humanity, Florida Healthy Start, Walgreens, The Less Still Matters Foundation, American Red Cross, Podemos Hablar Toastmasters Club, Lively

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TRICK or TREAT WITH DEPUTIES

October 19, 2019: 11a.m. - 2p.m. / Governor's Square Mall parking between Dillard's and JCPenney

Get your kids dressed up in their Halloween costumes and come on out to the Governor's Square Mall parking lot between Dillard's and JCPenney! We will have our deputies there and they will be passing out candy to the kids and our Specialty Team vehicles will be out on display. FREE reusable, reflective Trick-or-Treat bag and light-up wearable star to keep kids safe on Halloween night!

There will be a costume contest at 12:30pm, judged by our celebrity judges, Cash & Woody of 103.1 The WOLF and Angela Green of WTXL with a gift card prize! See you there!

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