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The Bryan Police Department welcomes a new member to the police force: Safetypup.

The Bryan Police Department welcomes a new member to the police force. Safetypup was adopted from the National Child Safety Council on June 3. The Bryan Police Department has teamed up with the National Child Safety Council and the National Drug & Safety League to provide educational materials to children with topics on bullying and violence prevention, internet safety, drug awareness, neighborhood safety, and more. The Bryan Police Department hopes Safetypup will help get kids’ attention so they learn more of these valuable lessons.  Safetypup made his debut at the Children’s Museum Super Hero Kid’s Camp on June 20 and will attend various children’s events throughout the year.

The Bryan Police Department would like to invite all children and members of the community to meet Safetypup, July 14, from 10am to 11am, at the Children’s Museum of the Brazos Valley in Bryan.

The Children’s Museum is offering $1 off the admission during this hour for those wanting to meet Safetypup. For more information, visit

For other opportunities and information about when and where Safetypup will show, contact Sgt. Jason James with the Neighborhood Enforcement Team at (979) 209-5539 or email