Silent Observer's Farewell Roast of Chief Kevin Belk
Kevin Belk is retiring as the Grand Rapids Police Chief, after having served in that role for six years. After 34 years, and as the Top Cop with the force, we finally dare to roast him
“well-done” and are anxious to thank him for his many years of service. The party celebration will be Wednesday, April 30 from 5-7 p.m. at the Downtown Market and will include heavy hors d’oeuvres, a drink ticket for each guest and a cash bar.
Over the years, local celebrities and prominent community members have been the target of good-natured ribbing at Silent Observer’s Roast…all the while knowing that laughter is strictly enforced.
For almost 42 years, Silent Observer has been an essential partner to law enforcement agencies around West Michigan in solving crime and bringing criminals to justice. Silent Observer is a citizen-run charitable organization that empowers people to take back their streets and rewards them for protecting their neighborhoods. Today, with nearly 2,500 crimes solved and $4 Million is property recovered or seized by police, Silent Observer leverages technology to enable anonymous crime tip reporting by phone, text, web and smart phone app. Every day, tips to Silent Observer help solve crimes such as murder, rape, assault, crimes against children, kidnapping, armed robbery, and burglary; locate fugitives from justice; and make schools safer by getting weapons and drugs out of classrooms.
But Silent Observer’s effectiveness is directly related to the financial support we receive from the community. That is why fundraisers like this Farewell Roast of Chief Kevin Belk are so important to us. Thank you for clicking to see the listing of sponsorship opportunities.
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