Get Ready for Free Ice Cream! TLS & LPD’s ‘Click-it & Lick It’ Tickets Hit the Streets

click it and lick it 2014Attention parents: Make sure your kids are wearing their helmets. The Lakewood Scoop & LPD’s ‘Click-it & Lick It’ tickets have hit the streets, kicking off the second year of our safety program.

TLS this week gave hundreds of the free ice cream tickets to Police Chief Rob Lawson, who has distributed them to police officers to hand out to children found wearing their helmets. The coupons are redeemable at Sprinkles.

The program, founded and funded by TLS last year, is intended to promote helmet-wearing, as well as to give children an increased level of comfort and confidence to interact with police for when the need arises.

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO PARENTS: This program is specifically being done in conjunction with the Lakewood Police Department for security and safety reasons. Cards will ONLY be given out by patrol officers in a MARKED police car. No private citizens whatsoever will be giving out these cards. Children should click itbe told never to approach a stranger’s vehicle – even if he or she claims to be from the Law Enforcement community. If you see someone attempting to give a child the ice cream card, please report it to the LPD & TLS immediately.

Enjoy, and be sure to send us your ‘Click-it & Lick It’ pictures to [email protected]!

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  1. Please make sure the officers visit all neighborhoods in Lakewood. We waited all summer last year and were very disappointed! Please don’t forget us in the Park/Dewey area! Thanks.

  2. It sounds like you are missing the point it is not about free Ice cream for kids. It is about rewarding the kids who wear their bicycle helmets and promoting safety for the children of Lakewood Township.

    Please remember that

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