Russ Miller Memorial
5K Run & Community Walk

FEBRUARY 1, 2020 AT 8 AM, CHINO

Welcome To
The Chino Police Officers'
Foundation

The Chino Police Officers' Foundation is a non-profit organization with a mission to provide assistance to youth, individuals, and organizations within the city of Chino that are in need of financial assistance.

The Chino Police Officers' Foundation is a non-profit organization with a mission to provide assistance to youth, individuals, and organizations within the city of Chino that are in need of financial assistance.

JOIN US
FEBRUARY 1, 2020 @ 8 AM

The Russ Miller
Memorial 5K Run
And
Community Walk

Registration

$30 early registration / $35 on the day of the race / $25 per person for groups of 10+ / $20 for kids 12 years & under. Registration includes an event t-shirt, water, snacks and a pancake breakfast provided by the Chino Kiwanis Club.

Course Details

The start/finish line is at the Chino Civic Center. This is a flat, smooth course that takes participants past the Russ Miller Memorial site on Schaefer Avenue. There are water stations on the course and times given at each mile.

Event Details

There are two registration options; early check-in on Friday, January 31st from 4 pm to 7 pm at the Chino Police Department at 5450 Guardian Way in Chino, or on the day of the race, from 6:45 am to 7:45 am. The race begins at 8 am.

Awards

Awards will be given to the top 3 males and females in each age group, with male and female overall winners.
Bikes, scooters, or roller blades are not allowed on the course.

Our Foundation Came From A Tragedy

Russ Miller on police horse

About Russ Miller

Chino Police Officer

Officer Russell M. Miller Sr., was a 12-year veteran of the Chino Police Department, a husband, and father of three children. He was the department's first officer to die in the line of duty on Tuesday, February 1st, 2000, after being struck by a drunk driver.

Russ Miller on police horse

About Russ Miller

Chino Police Officer

Officer Russell M. Miller Sr., was a 12-year veteran of the Chino Police Department, a husband, and father of three children. He was the department's first officer to die in the line of duty on Tuesday, February 1st, 2000, after being struck by a drunk driver.

The Russ Miller
5K Run & Community Walk

Every year on the first Saturday in February, the Chino Police Officers' Foundation is able to raise funds through a 5K run & community walk. This effort could not happen without the generosity of our great community members.
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Where Does Your Donation Go?

We're thankful for every penny donated to our foundation, and we put those funds to good use. From helping the less-fortunate to building relationships with those we serve, your donation makes a difference in people's lives.
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Donated By The CPOF In 2018
Officer Evans

Restoring Dignity

Chino Police Officer

Chino Police Department Officer Shauna Hill helped a homeless woman who was living in her car, move into an apartment, with the help of the Chino Police Officers' Foundation.

Want To Do More Than Donate?

The Chino Police Department is hiring men and women to become police officers.
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Some Of Our Benefits

Salary

  • Monthly base salary up to $7,837
  • Health Care Benefit of $1395 per month
  • $240 Monthly bilingual pay for Chinese or Spanish
  • PERS Retirement

Time Off

  • Vacation: Up to 20 Days Per Year
  • Sick: 120 Hours Per Year
  • Comp Time: 160 Hours Per Year
  • Vacation Buy Back: Cash In Up To 80 Hours Per Year

Incentives

  • Uniforms and Equipment Provided
  • $100,000 Life Insurance Provided
  • Up To $3000 Per Year Tuition Assistance
  • Up To 7% of Annual Salary Degree Incentive (Lump Sum)
  • Work 4 Days A Week