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Saturday October 6th, 2018 :: 08:38 a.m. PDT

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VIDEO* 945 Young Men go Home w/Ties & have Mentor #LASD Compton Station Participates in 1st Dominguez HS Tie Event

Video Link https://bit.ly/2BZIqH4

On Friday morning 945 young men and approximately 300 professionals gathered at Dominguez High School for the first annual successful “Dons Day-Tie Event”

Dominguez High School Principal Blain Watson and LASD Deputy Rafer Owens partnered with Compton Station personnel and church members from Faith Inspirational Baptist Church collected hundreds of donated ties for the event.  The young men were welcomed by a tunnel of mentors that consisted of Deputies, professors, attorneys, real estate agents, artists, executives and other professionals.  Mentors at the event volunteered their time to reach out to the young men and taught them how to tie. Additionally mentors were able to discuss life guidance and answered questions from the students.

The event was promising and the attendance was enormous. Everyone involved sees more events in the near future. By working together professional leaders can strengthen the lines of communication between the young men who will soon become adults.  Personnel from LASD attended the event with the ultimate goal to improve the relationship between communities. 

Written by:
Deputy Joana Warren
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department
Hall of Justice - First floor
211 W. Temple St, Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-229-1700

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Who:Deputy Rafer Owens along with several Compton Station personnel and Faith Inspirational Baptist Church members
 
What:  On Friday, October 5, 2018, Deputy Rafer Owens assigned to Compton Sheriff’s Station reached out to the principal of Dominguez High School to improve the relationship between the youth, the community and law enforcement.  The principal requested for people to volunteer their time and mentor the young men within the neighborhoods.  The “Tie Event” was put together to teach young men how to tie a tie. This event will give an opportunity to help strengthen the lines of communication between the community and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.
 
When:    Friday, October 5, 2018
               10:00 A.M.
 
Where:   Dominguez High School
               15301 S San Jose Ave
               Compton, CA
 
 
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