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City of Paso Robles: Police Explorer’s Program
Contact: Officer Keith Hartman: 227-7468
Paso Robles Press
Paso Robles Police Department Officer Keith Hartman, Paso Robles D.A.R.E. Instructor and Commissioner for the Paso Robles Police Activities League ...more
San Luis Obispo Tribune | 12/17/2005 | Dogs Brought on Campus
Future visits this school year will be unannounced, according to Paso Robles Police Officer Keith Hartman.
Other high schools in the county hold similar searches, including Morro Bay High School and Arroyo Grande High School
Paso Robles Police Department Officer ...
Paso Robles Police Department Officer Keith Hartman, Paso Robles D.A.R.E. Instructor and Commissioner for the Paso Robles Police Activities League [PRPAL], said the event always draws a sizable crowd of competitors as well as spectators.
"[The PRPAL Downhill Derby] is something that kids don't normally get to do - drive cars," Hartman
"We run three police activities events," said Hartman
"We have the downhill [derby], the fishing derby and the Junior Giants - and all of those are no-cost sporting events and activities for the kids."
proud to be a part of a community that is able to provide these types of venues for the areas youth.
"We put on supervised, quality recreation events for the kids, and that's what it's all about," he
From left, Pacific Coast Horse Cutting ...
From left, Pacific Coast Horse Cutting Association [PCCHA] Board Member and professional horse trainer Bonnie Johnson, fifth-grade students from Kermit King Elementary School, Paso Robles D.A.R.E. Officer Keith Hartman and PCCHA Executive Director Phil Benadum pose for a photo in front of Kermit King Elementary School on Friday, March 5.
PCCHA board member and professional trainer Bonnie Johnson, along with Benadum and Paso Robles Policeman and D.A.R.E. Officer Keith Hartman gathered at Kermit King Elementary School in recognition of the funding.