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Citrus Heights Police Activities League

PAL's 3 year goals.

  • Acquire a PAL facility
  • Secure a full-time Police Officer and a full-time PAL Coordinator
  • Provide transportation for PAL activities
  • Identify and establish sustainable and predictable income sources
  • Expand the number of youth and Citrus Heights Police Officers involved in PAL activities, programs and events.

Strengths of PAL

  • Dedication to our youth by our Police Officers
  • PAL's connections with the Business Community
  • Community engagement
  • Low cost/no cost to the kids
  • Provide food and drinks at all events
  • Gang and Drug Awareness
  • Strong City Council/Government support
  • Teaching respect of other cultures and races
  • Successful PAL activities
  • Parent trust
  • Youth Academy


The Citrus Heights Police Activities League is committed to fostering positive relationships, based on trust and respect, between youth and law enforcement through activities and programs.

Board of Directors:​​

  • Jason Russo - President, Police Lieutenant 
  • Jeannie Bruins - Vice President-Council Member
  • Cassandra Roesser -Treasurer
  • Dave Jones - Secretary, Police Officer
  • Ron Lawrence - Police Chief
  • Jeff Slowey- Board Member-Council Member
  • Chelle Smallwood- Board Member-Parent 
  • Bill Hooper - Board Member-Kiwanis Club
  • William Seiffert - Board Member-Attorney 
  • Dominic Cirincione - Board Member-Family Taekwondo Plus 
  • Jeremy Garrison - Police Sergeant
  • Barry Cox- Board Member-Police Officer 
  • Charlie McComish - Board Member 
  • Ryan Smith - Board Member - Police Officer
  • Jake Polito - Sunrise Rec and Parks
  • Kirk Bebout - Principal Lichen School
  • Joseph Kuryllo- Probation Officer
  • Julie Habeeb - Manager of Sayonara Center
  • Seth Dexter - Juvenile Detective
  • Diane Ebbitt - Board Member
  • Kelly Winters - Board Member

The Citrus Heights Police Activities League is a non profit 501(c)(3) which was created to provide services to the youth in our community. Through sports and recreational activities, children receive drug and gang awareness education. Police Officers and personnel volunteer their time to mentor children in a safe environment. Not only do they exercise their bodies, they also exercise their minds. Youth discover new sports, new friendships, self esteem, confidence, awareness, respect, teamwork and patience.