If a Township of Washington Police Officer catches your child in the act during the summer months, they might just get a “ticket”, for a complimentary Slurpee that is!

The Township of Washington Police Department is proud to partner with 7-Eleven for the 2nd year in its “Operation Chill” program; a program that aims to reduce crime and build rapport between children and law enforcement. “Operation Chill” is a great way of teaching the importance of making good decisions, being kind and doing the right thing.

“Operation Chill” is a program in which patrol officers can ‘ticket’ youngsters caught in the act of doing good with a complimentary Slurpee.  Appropriate “offenses” might include helping another person, deterring crime, practicing safety (wearing a helmet during bike riding), participating in a positive activity in the community, helping a neighbor, turning in a found item.  Each coupon can be redeemed for a small Slurpee drink at participating 7-Eleven stores.

Since its inception in 1995, “Operation Chill” has grown to include approximately 1,300 Law Enforcement agencies in the United States and Canada each year, and more than twelve million coupons have been distributed and given out!  Operation Chill” was developed by 7-Eleven, Inc. to positively reward and encourage good behavior by kids during the hot summer months, when communities may experience increases in loitering, shoplifting and graffiti, and to support law enforcement agencies’ community relations projects.

Any questions please contact Lt. Glock or Cpl. Osenbruck at 201-664-1140

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