September 26, 2015 Denver, Co. Denver International Airport. While on Patrol Police Officer Ken Smith notices a woman in the Airport who is obviously emotionally distressed and has a 1 year child with her. He makes inquiries with her and finds that she is fleeing from an abusive relationship and barley scraped up enough money to flee to Denver and has now been stranded with no place to turn. The Officer attempts to utilize every resource available at his disposal to assist the woman.
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October 3, 2015 Alexandria, N.J. at about 6:48 a.m. Oct. 3, Kingwood Station Troopers were dispatched to a home where 8 month old Lila Wolfram was not breathing and unresponsive. Trooper Benjamin Hockin was about 4 miles away when he responded to the call and a family doctor was at the scene when he had arrived. The Trooper found the infant unresponsive to the efforts of CPR being given.
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October 7, 2015 Black Diamond, Wa. Sgts. Brian Lynch and Brian Martinez responded to a domestic disturbance where the victim had been assaulted with a knife. The suspect had left the scene and the victim was left without any money, possessions or a place to go. The local shelters that help people like this victim were full to capacity and unable to assist. These two Sergeants were not satisfied just doing their job trying to help, they went above and beyond paying it forward.
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An older story from August 2015 when Amby M. Johnson who was traveling through the Military base in Silverdale, Washington while 38 weeks pregnant was pulled over goes viral. Her story while appreciated by so many people is not unusual, but because of the number of surprised people is very noteworthy.
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September 10, 2015 Lakeport, Ca. Police Department Officer Joseph Eastham was dispatched to investigate a criminal mischief complaint that occurred to a vehicle where the suspect had been known to the victim. The victims tire had been slashed. After taking the required information from the victim, the Officer paid it forward and changed the tire for the victim of the car because she didn’t know how to do it. But the story goes beyond this as well.
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October 6, 2015 Dallas, Tx. A Dallas Police Officer while out on patrol observed a 90 year old man trimming some trees in his yard. What he did showed an act of kindness and compassion. Yet a neighbor was angry and called local Councilwoman Carolyn King Arnold over the incident. First the facts.
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October 7, 2015 San Diego, Ca. An Officer dances with local youths and can be viewed on this short video.
San Diego Police Department denies taking dance classes at the Police Academy on their facebook page however!
October 2, 2015 Riverside, Ohio Police recognized Police Officer Toscani for reaching out to a homeless man while on patrol. He struck up a conversation with the man who was down on his luck. Officer Toscani knew what to do ..
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October 4, 2015 Santa Ana, Ca. Alejandra Rodriguez was to celebrate her quinceanera a very special day for a young lady coming of age in many cultures. Especially for Alejandra who had a heart transplant and is now battling cancer. She had a dream to one day be a Police Officer and also dance with one.
Members of the Santa Ana Police Department who not only work in the community but want to thrive WITH the community were only to happy to be part of the event.
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September 29, 2015 Pasco County, Fl – 7 year old Spencer Holt has been diagnosed with Mitochondrial disease and spends most of his days in the hospital. He is terminal and there is no cure for him. He has childhood dreams just like other kids though. One is to be a crime fighter and another is to fight zombies and save the day. Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco made Spencer’s wishes come true even if it was just for a day.
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