Meet Sergeant Andrew Harris Davenport Police Department 

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Police are important

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Get to know your police officers.  They are an important  part of our community that we cannot live without.  

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 Successful

Habits 

Part of a comprehensive plan to reduce violence in the community.  As of May 2018 we have worked with more than 3500 students in the Quad Cities. 

Getting a job is a great way to build skills and self-esteem for your future.  

​Companies are hiring let's go!!

MY FUTURE IS IMPORTANT

in positive events

Hey kids.  Work as hard as Briana Collier and good things will happen to you.  

  • Doing My Best
  • Developing Social Skills
  • Have High Educational Goals
  • Good Relationships
  • Belief That It Is Okay To Fail
  • Doing Chores At Home
  • Giving To Others
  • Believing In Myself

WHAT CAN I DO TODAY TO HELP ME GO FROM WHERE I AM NOW TO WHERE I WANT TO BE?  


IT STARTS WITH A PLAN

Police Chief Sikorski of Davenport and Chief Reynolds from East Moline get some shots up with the kids.  Chief Redington of Bettendorf forgot his gym shoes.  

Meet Pastor Rogers Kirk 

Third Missionary Baptist Church

  • With My Family
  • With My Teachers
  • With My Counselors
  • With Friends
  • At A Youth Group
  • With Police Officers
  • With Business Leaders
  • With Religious Leaders
  • With Elected Officials
  • With Successful People
  • With Neighbors​



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Quad Cities Kids help Mark Mathews of the Quad Cities Child Abuse Council with the PinWheels for Prevention Campaign in April to stop Child Abuse