The top cops in town have stepped up to take an active role in a Temecula-based nonprofit agency that serves children, youth and families affected by or at risk of violence and abuse, it was announced Thursday.
Murrieta police Chief Sean Hadden and Riverside County sheriff’s Capt. Jeff Kubel, Temecula’s chief of police, have been named to S.A.F.E.’s Board of Directors, according to a news release.
Melissa Donaldson, executive director of S.A.F.E., Safe Alternatives for Everyone, stated that she was proud to welcome them.
The Murrieta and Temecula police departments are considered an integral part of S.A.F.E.’s Police Activities League, P.A.L. where police officers from both departments volunteer their time to work with the youth in the P.A.L. Program.
“We greatly appreciate their dedication to our youth violence intervention and prevention programs,” Donaldson said.
To learn more about S.A.F.E., visit Safefamiliesca.org or call 951-587-3900.