Collaborative Event Hosted by CCPD and The Boy Scouts Was Successful
By Dolores Quintana
The recent gun buyback event held collaboratively by The Culver City Police Department and The Boy Scout Troop 108 achieved considerable success. Via a press release, the CCPD stated that they wanted to extend their heartfelt gratitude to all who contributed.
Special thanks to Sgt. Grant, Reserve Officers, the Partnership in Policing (PIP) Team, Detectives, Rangemaster, Property Technicians, and Boy Scout Troop 108 for their invaluable assistance. They added that they wanted to acknowledge Mayor Albert Vera and Councilmember Dan O’Brien for their unwavering support throughout the event.
Exceptional teamwork, everyone! Here’s a breakdown of the firearms turned in:
- 15 Rifles
- 4 Shotguns
- 2 Assault-Style Rifles
- 14 Handguns/Revolvers
- 1 “Ghost Gun”
- 1 Replica
Even if you missed the gun buyback event, you can still make a difference by turning in your firearm. Simply reach out to us at our non-emergency line, 310.837.1221, and we will guide you through the process. Your safety matters to us!