BPD in the Community: Officers Join with Students from the Curley School in Jamaica Plain for “Safe Routes to School Boston”

BPD in the Community: Earlier today, on Wednesday October 2, 2019, students from neighborhoods across the city took part in “Safe Routes to School Boston” day, gathering together to walk to school on a beautiful fall morning. There were plenty of smiles as officers assigned to District E-13 (Jamaica Plain) and the Bureau of Community Engagement walked with students from the Curley K-8 School in Jamaica Plain, assisting at crosswalks and providing high fives and words of encouragement upon arrival at school. “Safe Routes to School Boston” is a city-wide effort to promote walking to school while rallying neighborhoods and the community as a whole to work together to make walking to school safe, popular, and fun.