Tenn. Trooper Conatser turns traumatic event into memorable meeting

On Sunday August 30, 2015 a Child named Izaiah Pemberton Aged 7  was injured in a head on collision in Tenn. along with his father and grandmother. The child was naturally panic stricken but not for long. Upon seeing Tenn. Trooper Richard Conatser his panic seemed to calm and his fears subsided. “it was as if he knew me” Said Trooper Conaster.

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Glendora, Ca. Police Officer Danny Antillon Helps Disabled Woman get back on her feet

Glendora, Ca September 2, 2015 Patrol Officer Danny Antillon receives a complaint from several people of a woman sitting on a bench that is disoriented and to check her welfare. Upon arriving he sees a woman sitting on the bench who is in distress and without shoes. She is complaining that she has been a victim, someone stole her shoes and she had no money. Her feet hurt from walking and she was disabled. Antillon has been down this road before.

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Houston Tx. Officer receives prayers in coffee shop for a safe tour of duty

From the Facebook page of Brett Passmore:

August 30,2015 :

An officer at Starbucks this AM was about to leave to start his shift, and these people asked to pray for him. So cool. (credit to Arthur Snead for pic) God bless our officers and keep them safe.

 

Houston, Tx – Unknown Officer praying with patrons of coffee shop for a safe Tour of duty

Orange County, Ky. Deputy Saves infant’s life

LOUISVILLE, Ky. September 1, 2015 – Thanks to the bravery of Orange County Deputy Dustin Rosenbaum who is a newly appointed Officer an infant is alive today. The child was trapped in a locked vehicle that had been involved in an accident and was engulfed in flames when he arrived on the scene.

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4 year Old girl worried over boys Police Costume? Portland, Or. Officers got this!

When a 4 year old girl wants to wear a costume of a Police officer and sees that it is “for boys” it is a pretty big deal. It becomes a game changer for them. In fact if you know anything about kids it can change their entire outlook on things that can last a lifetime. So when some of Portland’s Finest who also happen to be some of Portland’s ladies herd tell of this they wanted to set the story straight with  4 year old Kinley Goertler. But it didn’t end there.

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New Martinsville, W.V. Officers get a great surprise at lunch

On August 24, 2015 New Martinsville Officers Courtney South, Michael Owens and Jason Utt stopped by a local establishment known as the Peking Restaurant for a meal break. While there eating they were approached by a very young gentleman who evidently had some very important business he wanted to entertain with them.

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Nassau County, N.Y. Officer John Saleh rescues dog .. keeps it in the family

August 24, 2015 Nassau County, New York Officer John Saleh responded to a complaint of an abandoned dog in an apartment and rescued the part German Shepard mix. The dog was taken to a shelter in Wantagh, NY where it was put up for adoption according to Nassau County Police’s Facebook Page. But the story goes a bit beyond that.

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Waterford, Ct. Dispatchers take a call and respond themselves

August 25, 2015 Waterford, Ct. Dispatchers Laurie Lewis and Ronnie Williams receive a routine call from A 10 year old girls mother who reported that a new bike had been stolen. It was a present to celebrate Keira Gray’s 10th birthday and it was her mother who was reporting the incident. Dispatchers Lewis and Williams did more than just take a report.

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