This weekend, the CD12 community came out for the annual S.O.L.I.D. All-You-Can-Eat Pancake Breakfast. Residents young and old filled the lawn across from Devonshire station to take part in raffles, face-painting, and of course eating all the pancakes they could handle.
One thing I've always been proudest of while representing CD12 is how so many folks here make an effort to support our LAPD. Their support extends beyond chipping in during the pancake breakfast. Residents also participate in the multiple volunteer units within Devonshire devoting their personal time to supporting our law enforcement officers and keeping our communities safe.
Volunteers were recognized for their contributions to Devonshire with the unveiling of a new, original mural in the lobby of the Devonshire Community Police Station during the Pancake Breakfast. In the mural, depicted below, a panel pays tribute to each of the volunteer units which include: the Supporters of Law-Enforcement in Devonshire (S.O.L.I.D.), Volunteer Bike Patrol (V.B.P.), LAPD Devonshire Police Activities League Supporters (P.A.L.S.), Volunteer Surveillance Team (V.S.T.), California Emergency Mobile Patrol (C.E.M.P.), Community Police Advisory Board (C.P.A.B.), Volunteer Citizen's Patrol (V.C.P.), and the Volunteer Cavalry.
Thank you to all the volunteers and community members who made it out this past weekend to show their support for Devonshire Division.