Monday, April 18, 2011

Huge success for Padres and R.J. Donovan at 2nd annual Law Enforcement Night

More than 50 law enforcement agencies from around San Diego, including Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility (RJD), attended the second annual San Diego Padres Law Enforcement Appreciation Night. The April 9 game was against the Los Angeles Dodgers.

RJD’s Sgt. Corey Moore won the competition among the law enforcement personnel to sing the national anthem. Jade Morris, another RJD employee, was selected as the sign language representative.

Local law enforcement was recognized on the field prior to the game. In addition, Various K-9 units, including RJD’s canine officers Scout and Klippe with Correctional Officers M. Fredrick and A. Alanis, marched on the field along with motorcycles, ATVs, and bicycles.

This year’s law enforcement night netted more than $30,000, which will benefit local law enforcement charities.

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