BRPD participating in anti-violence march at capitol later this month
BATON ROUGE - Police officers are partnering with local activists for an anti-violence demonstration outside the state capitol building.
The Baton Rouge Police Department says it will team up with ChangeBR225 on July 18 for a solidarity march against violent crime in capital city communities. The march is scheduled to begin 8:30 a.m. at city hall and will culminate on the steps of the capitol.
More details can be found below.
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Baton Rouge Police Department is partnering with @changebr225 for a solidarity march against violence within the Baton Rouge’s communities. The march will start at 8:30 am at the Louisiana State Capitol on Saturday July 18, 2020.
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