Fraternity Forms Altruistic Alliance With Penn College Police

Making a cruiser sparkle

Making a cruiser sparkle

Police Officer Charles E. O'Brien enjoys some grillside fellowship with the Sigma Pi brethren.

Police Officer Charles E. O’Brien enjoys some grillside fellowship with the Sigma Pi brethren.

The view from Penn's Loft

The view from Penn’s Loft

A fraternity shares its gratitude.

A fraternity shares its gratitude.

A number of students from the Sigma Pi fraternity recently took a break from finals to have a cookout with Penn College Police officers and to wash the department’s vehicles. The activity was one of the fraternity’s Altruistic Campus Experience projects, a way to give back to the college and say “Thank you” to the men and women of the police department for the service they provide to the community. “I enjoy every opportunity we can experience how supportive our student body is of the police department for the services we provide,” said Chris E. Miller, police chief and director of campus safety. “It is a positive way for students and officers to mingle and get to know one another a little better. We are looking forward to getting together again in the fall.”
Photos provided by Penn College Police

One Comment

  1. Alicia Andrews says:

    Wonderful way to show our officers the students’ appreciation for their dedication in keeping them safe. I want to thank our officers, too, for their presence and continued effort to keep us all safe.

    Posted May 29, 2014 at 7:58 am

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