Police chiefs look for help with education campaign

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Fairfield Police Chief Gary MacNamara joined FOX 61 Good Day Connecticut to talk about public safety.

The Connecticut Police Chiefs Association is embarking on a program to improve communication between citizens and officers. They are looking for help to develop a campaign slogan and artwork by holding a contest for Connecticut's youth ages 14-18.

How to enter:

Logos and slogans [slogans should be 10 words or less] should be emailed and/or sent to:

  • CPCA Headquarters
  • ATTN: Slogan Contest
  • 365 Silas Deane Highway
  • Suite 1-A
  • Wethersfield, CT 06109
  • or to: mfiretto@cpcanet.org

Do you have a question for the Connecticut Police Chiefs Association? Submit it here and your question could be answered during our monthly segment on Good Day CT at 9 a.m. held on the third Wednesday of the month.