October 26, 2015 as Raenetta Burch was on her way home she noticed a State Trooper talking with two people near the Prattville exit and she believed that their arrest was imminent. She was however surprised at what she saw happen. Instead of the Trooper pulling out handcuffs or producing a summons he handed the father and son who were homeless what they really needed more than anything.
October 16, 2015 Bessemer, Al. While Jenny Reed was passing through a McDonald’s restaurant she noticed a State Police Troop Car in front of her getting a meal. She thought nothing of it believing that the Trooper was just getting lunch for himself. Then she saw the unexpected. She saw the Trooper park, exit his vehicle and open the back door. A man exited the vehicle and pulled out all his belongings and the trooper handed him the food he had just purchased.
Monday October 26, 2015 it was reported by the group Cards for Cops on their facebook page that Officer Hawkins of the Waco Police Department helped an 85 year old woman as she walked in the rain coming out of a restaurant to her truck. She was escorted by the Officer who held an umbrella for her in the slippery conditions as reported by her daughter.
Her daughter asked that the Officer be recognized for being an awesome person and great police officer.
Photo Credit: Cards for Cops
On October 13, 2015 ABC7 Eyewitness News (WABC) Reported that Officers from the N.Y.P.D. put a smile on the face a child who has Down ‘s syndrome during a street encounter and it was video taped by a person from Brazil.
It is believed that The three Officers from N.Y.P.D. may have been from the 17th Precinct although they could have been from any of New York City’s finest as they would certainly all give a kid the shirt off their backs let alone the cap off their head!
Photos captured:ABCNY7 WABC
Check out the entire video at the link; WATCH: Heartwarming video shows officer giving NYPD hat to young fan in Times Square
As stated: A NYC Officer would give the shirt off their back to a kid .. and their hat .. not so sure about the boots though …
Photo Credit: NYPD 17th Precinct
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Had a run to check welfare on this gentleman in the white shirt, This is Edward. Edward has stage 4 cancer and gets little to nothing of a check on the first of every month and had been denied local assistance. He was behind on his room at a motel he’s been living in for 3 years, was also recently fired from a part time job. With no food and due to be kicked out tomorrow, there was only one thing to do in this situation……..All the gentlemen around him pitched in and took care of his bill. He’s paid up till the first of the month. Closed no report!!
Photo Credit: IMPD News
October 19, 2015 Omaha Police Department spent some time wisely and had some fun with about 200 local kids ages 5 to teenagers last weekend at an event along with fishermen both novice and experienced. They shared food, soft drinks and time together as they fished with people from Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.
October 19, 2015 ARLINGTON, Texas. Arlington Police Department posted a photo on it’s Facebook page a photo of a Sgt. on the night shift getting a kiss from his daughter who was just leaving her dance class. The department explained that the evening sergeant’s daughter wanted a special picture of the two of them while they were both in “uniform.” He was dressed for duty and she had her leotard, tights and tutu on.
It was hash tagged #WhyIWearTheBadge
Photo Credit: Arlington Police Department
October 25 2015 An Article appeared in the Washington Times that brings to the forefront a false narrative in a way that is negative in itself.
The article titled “Police kill more whites than blacks, but minority deaths generate more outrage” sub heading “Analysis contradicts widespread views about racial targets” may bring about valid analysis and cold hard facts but still misses the mark.
October 24, 2015 Officer Anthony Nolan of the New London, Ct. Police Department was injured a few weeks ago and has been recovering from a knee injury. His absence from his regular habits has not gone unnoticed by more than a few people including a brother and sister 8-year-old Malik and 9-year-old Tasha who left him a note attached to his door.
October 19, 2015 Was a special day for a special little boy named Creighton Elliott Heslop who was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 14 months old. His prognosis is not good having failed at treatments to halt the progress of the cancer. Though the child is fascinated with life and the lights of Police cars. “Creighton’s mom contacted us several weeks ago [and] told us about his case…She said he really wanted to sit and play in a police car,” Tomball Police Chief Billy Tidwell told ABC News. “We decided that we could and should do more than just that.”