Breakstone, White & Gluck Partners with Boston Police Department on Bike Safety

Attorney David W. White and his wife Denise Murphy recently enjoyed a visit with Boston Police Commissioner William Gross and Superintendent Dennis White, the Commissioner’s chief of staff. The visit was to thank the Boston Police Department for supporting Breakstone, White & Gluck’s Project KidSafe campaign for a third year in 2018, helping us get 160 bicycle helmets to children who needed one in Boston.

We are pleased to partner with the Boston Police Department. In the city of Boston, when families get the opportunity to meet a police officer, they quickly come to respect them and the importance of wearing bicycle helmets. Then, what’s great is we see families – parents and children – committing to protect themselves. And it has a ripple effect on neighbors, friends.

Boston Police Department bike safety and bicycle helmet donation from Breakstone, White & Gluck of Boston

Attorney David W. White with Boston Police Commissioner William Gross and Superintendent Dennis White, the Commissioner’s Chief of Staff. In 2018, Breakstone, White & Gluck was pleased to partner with Boston Police Department for the third year through our Project KidSafe campaign and donate bicycle helmets to the Boston Police Department to distribute to children who needed one (Photo courtesy: Boston Police Department).

Breakstone, White & Gluck and Boston Police Department

Attorney David W. White and his wife Denise I. Murphy with Boston Police Commissioner William Gross (Photo courtesy: Boston Police Department).

About Breakstone, White & Gluck and our Project KidSafe campaign
Breakstone, White & Gluck is a Boston personal injury law firm which represents those who have been injured by negligence or wrongdoing in Massachusetts. In 2013, Breakstone, White & Gluck launched our Project KidSafe campaign with a goal of protecting children from head injuries. We have since donated over 20,000 helmets to children across Massachusetts, with help from community partners such as the Boston Police Department.
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