Chief of Police Warrants "Well Done" Roast
With 34 years on the force and six as the Top Cop, Grand Rapids Police Chief Kevin Belk's retirement warrants further investigation. We're taking the case to roast him 'well-done" at Silent Observer's annual event.
Join us as we invoke the right to take hilarious action against this officer of outstanding merit with the help of our team of toast detectives - Rick Huisman (Boys & Girls Club), Ralph Mason (Ret. GRPD), Sheriff Larry Stelma and John Zimmerman (Fifth Third Bank).
We'll also be joined by a lineup of honorary head investigators - "Officer" J.C. Huizenga (everyone knows J.C.), "Constable" Harry Dolan (former GRPD Chief), "Agent" Bill Hegarty (Retired GRPD Chief), "Anaylst" Kurt Kimball (Retired GR City Manager) - and our confession-driven emcee Ambassador Peter Secchia.
Join us at the crime scene at the Downtown Market on Wednesday, April 30, 2014 from 5 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $50 each and there are many sponsorship opportunities available. Simply call 616.454.9110 for more information.
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Silent Observer wishes to thank our wonderful sponsors for their generosity and support.
Chief Sponsor (Presenting) -
Captain Sponsors - J.C. and Tammy Huizenga, The Peter F. Secchia Family, and the Douglas and Maria DeVos Foundation
Lieutenant Sponsors - Dave & Carol Van Andel Foundation and
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan -
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.
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