When families walk into any bustling Los Angeles Police Department station to report a crime, they pass a brightly painted box full of children’s books. Kids poke through the collection and sneak in a fairy tale while their parents speak to officers working the front desk. The books offer a welcome distraction for children and a healthy buffer against further trauma. The precinct libraries are just one arm of the Kids, Community & Cops program run by Todd Bol and his nonprofit, Little Free...
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