Pomona’s “Project Sticker Shock”

Pomona Police Department recognizes teen volunteers who participated in a campaign to combat underage drinking

(Photo Courtesy:  Pomona PD) Teen volunteers proudly display their certificates for helping the Pomona Police combat underage drinking.

(Photo Courtesy: Pomona PD)
Teen volunteers proudly display their certificates for helping the Pomona Police combat underage drinking.

Staff Reports

Pomona – On Tues., Mar. 3, the Pomona Police Department recognized the contributions made by over 20 teen volunteers during a recent campaign to combat underage drinking.

According to the Pomona Police Department, the teens participated in “Project Sticker Shock,” a nationwide event with the goal of educating adults that providing alcohol to a minor is against the law.

Each volunteer received a Certificate of Appreciation on behalf of Chief of Police, Paul Capraro.

Pomona Police Officers participated in this annual campaign in collaboration with Partnership for a Positive Pomona, the Youth and Family Master Plan Community Board and concerned residents.

If you have any questions regarding this or any other community program offered by the Pomona Police Department, contact the Crime Prevention Unit at (909) 620-2318.