It is with great appreciation that the Bethlehem Mounted Patrol Unit is proud to welcome another member of our Giving Club. TuWay Communications, based in Bethlehem, generously donated five-thousand dollars ($5,000) to the Unit’s Giving Club to further our goal of minimizing the annual cost of the police horses on the city’s budget. TuWay Communications is a leader in integrated communications systems. For more than 50 years, TuWay has been providing businesses and public safety agencies with customized solutions that help them improve efficiency, safety, and productivity.
We are very thankful for our current partnership with TuWay and look forward to a continued community partnership in the future. A copy of the press release is included immediately below.
For Immediate Release
Monday, December 24th 2012
Contact: Office of the Police Chief
TuWay Communications Donates to Bethlehem Police Horses.
Bethlehem, Pa – The City of Bethlehem Police Department’s Mounted Patrol Unit is pleased to announce a community partnership with TuWay Communications through a generous donation of five-thousand dollars ($5,000). The donation will go into the Unit’s Wish fund through their Giving Club which along with their yearly Adopt-A-Horse program helps support the Unit’s goal of minimizing their financial impact on the city’s budget. “Community involvement with the Police Department has a storied history in Bethlehem”, said Officer Jon Buskirk, a member of the Mounted Patrol Unit. “The Bethlehem Police Department believes in and subscribes to the community policing model of law enforcement and it is great to have that pay off in the way of financial support for our program.”
TuWay Communications, located in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, is a leader in integrated communications systems. For more than 50 years, TuWay has been providing businesses and public safety agencies with customized solutions that help them improve efficiency, safety, and productivity. “TuWay is very involved with Bethlehem and the surrounding Lehigh Valley communities and we are very happy to welcome them as supporters of the Bethlehem Police Mounted Unit”, said Officer Timothy Brooks, a member of the Unit.
For further information regarding TuWay Communications please visit their website at http://www.tuway.com. Information pertaining to the City of Bethlehem Mounted Unit’s fundraising and donation programs can be viewed at http://www.bethlehemmountedpolice.com.
Caption: “Bethlehem Police Department Mounted Officers Leaser, Buskirk, and Brooks, with their respective partners George, Pharaoh, and Raven.”