Brooklyn Native, Sergio Delavicci of John Wick 3 Thanking The Underappreciated NYPD
By: The Chi Group
In today's societal climate police officers are underappreciated and feel like they are working a thankless job. Communities rely on police in times of crisis and the police are the first one's called onto the scene when there is trouble.
Change doesn't happen overnight, instead it's built on open honest dialogues from both sides- the community and the NYPD. "Many of these officers want to be able to make a difference in their communities and go home to their families," states Delavicci. He also says, "not every officer in a uniform is a bad person." In order to see real change happen it takes each and everyone of us to come to the table and openly discuss solutions with accountability.
According to the NYPD there is an astonishing 411% increase in officers who are filing for retirement compared to 2019. This is reflective of the current emotional state as an unnamed officer quoted in the NY Post says, "Why would you want to stay on this job when people don't appreciate what you do?"
Delavicci's impassioned goal is to see communities come together and help each other through this as we're all one race, the human race.
About Sergio Delavicci:
Internationally recognized model, SAG/AFTRA actor, motivational speaker, professional athlete, and humanitarian known for his role in films such as John Wick 3, Creed 2, You Were Never Really Here, The Post and television series such as Power, Quantico, The Sinner, Law & Order SVU, Blue Bloods and more. In his ongoing humanitarian efforts, Delavicci is passionate about giving back to the community working with at-risk youths, prisons, women empowerment groups, and motivating the next generation to follow their dreams. He is also involved in the "Real Men Read Initiative," where prominent men are invited to read at NYC schools to promote literacy.
Sergio's giving back initiatives extend to working closely with organizations such as Project Avary an organization supporting children whose parents are incarcerated, Bowery Mission and The Relief Program helping to feed those who are in need.
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