Shop With A Cop
Valparaiso police Officer Jerame Simpson talks with Dejon Walker, 14, during the F.O.P. Lodge 76 sponsored Shop with A Cop event at Target in Valparaiso.
Valparaiso police Lt. Dave Richardson helps Elijah Holman, 11, pick out shoes during the F.O.P. Lodge 76-sponsored Shop with A Cop event at Target in Valparaiso.
Griffith Police Sgt. Jeff Gang and his daughter Lindsey Gang, shop for toys with Jackie Lewis, 10, at Kmart in Griffith.
Patrolman Cory McCarter of the Griffith Police Department shops for clothes Wednesday with Elijah Stokes, 13, at Kmart in Griffith.
Michael Doneff, 10, eyes merchandise Wednesday evening as Portage police Sgt. John Ryan looks on at the Portage Walmart.
Portage police Sgt. Mark Monks helps Benjamin Smith, 4, and Abrianna Smith, 8, find presents during the Shop with a Cop event Wednesday at the Portage Walmart.
CROWN POINT | The Crown Point Fraternal Order of Police is accepting donations for its annual Shop with a Cop program.
Valparaiso Police Officer Mark LaMotte keeps tabs on cost while shopping with third-grader Israel Rodriguez and his sister, sixth-grader Mirella Rodriguez, during the Shop with a Cop event Friday at Target in Valparaiso. Police took children from Valparaiso's Housing Opportunity Program shop…
Valparaiso Police Officer Casey Pedersen walks with kindergartener Aubriana Pulsoni during the Shop with a Cop event at the Valparaiso Target. Members of the Police Department took children from Valparaiso's Housing Opportunity Program shopping for school supplies.
Valparaiso Police Officer Casey Pedersen eats lunch with first-grader Alivia Pulsoni, from left, kindergartner Aubriana Pulsoni and fifth-grader Elijah Holman at the Valparaiso Target food court during the Shop with a Cop event.
CHESTERTON | The Westchester Fraternal Order of Police is seeking donations for its Dec. 17 Shop with a Cop.
VALPARAISO | Jeannie Deemer, of Kouts, is a mother who doesn't worry about time running out for shopping for "back to school" necessities.
It's been a rough month for Joyce Jordan of Hammond and her two sons, but to see the smiles on their faces Saturday morning as they walked the aisles of Meijer with Lake County sheriff's officers made it all a little bit better.
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