In partnership with 7eleven, the SCSO has joined Operation Chill, ticketing kids doing good deeds
The Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office is joining Operation Chill™ again this year, the popular community service program sponsored by 7-Eleven stores.
This summer, sheriff’s office deputies and civilians will “ticket” youngsters who are caught in random acts of kindness, good deeds or positive community activities with free Slurpee coupons. Appropriate “offenses” might include being helpful, wearing a helmet while riding a bike or holding the door open for a stranger.
“Working in law enforcement gives deputies the unique opportunity to engage with children and families in different capacities every day,” commented Sheriff Tom Knight. “Just because we wear the uniform and carry the badge doesn’t mean we can’t have a little fun and make memories with neighborhood kids along the way. We go into this line of work for a reason so I encourage my deputies to make the most of it every chance they get.”
Since the program’s inception in 1995, more than 21 million coupons have been distributed to law enforcement members in neighborhoods where 7-Eleven does business.
In partnership w/ @7eleven, the SCSO has joined #OperationChill. Deputies are looking to "ticket" kids doing good deeds in their community. “Offenses” might include wearing a helmet while riding a bike or holding the door for a stranger. More here: https://t.co/ZGz4cSEUws pic.twitter.com/7ok0nq6oMV
— SarasotaSheriff (@SarasotaSheriff) July 12, 2019