November 22, 2015 Beaufort, S.C. Mrs. Amy Neel was away from home traveling through town when she had stopped off to eat when she realized that she had lost all her identification and money in her wallet. Being from Mo. and that far away from home without any financial resources can put anyone in a panicked state of mind. She searched the streets for her lost items believing that they had been stolen or forever gone when she came upon one person who was able to help her.
November 16, 2015 A photo has gotten some notoriety from the Orange county Sheriff’s office in Florida in the backdrop of Disney.
A little boy named Shayne Welch of Tewksbury, Massachusetts who is 6 years old went to Walt Disney World and Hollywood Studios where he would normally be looking for his favorite superhero found one but not wearing a cape in Deputy Keith Rogers.
Berkley Springs, W.Va A new program known as “handle with care” has been instituted in Morgan County where Deputy Kevin Barney a 15 year veteran officer of the Morgan County Sheriff’s office is making a difference for the kids of the schools.
November 23, 2015 from the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office facebook post
Great job JSO Officer Jose Gonzalez! Caring for people means so much to them AND others.
Ms. Newby writes:
“This Officer, car #434 did something really unexpected today. He turned on his lights and followed a younger women into the Gate Station. Obviously, I assumed she did something to be pulled over for. But, He put down his window and asked “Do you have money for gas?”. She said “no” and the Officer said “that’s not good” and handed her a few bucks. Appeared she had run out of gas while trying to pull in. Was nice to see. Thanks JSO #434.”
We tracked down the story. Officer Gonzalez actually pushed her vehicle from the Atlantic Blvd off ramp from northbound I295 after she advised she ran out of gas. When he got her to the station, he found out she had no money.
Great job Officer Gonzalez! Way to shine.
Photo Credit JSO Facebook
Found on Instagram Account 835apparel with the following notation:
This was posted on Insta by @rickyg17, Officer Galvez, who was just murdered the other night while sitting in his personal vehicle outside of his station. So many want to bitch, complain, and ask where the good cops are . . . THEY'RE DYING! And nobody seems to give a good God damn . . . because after all it is just "occupational hazard." Nah, being ambushed is an act of a coward. Rest in Peace, Brother ⚫️🔵⚫️ #thinblueline #humanizingthebadge
November 20, 2015 Knoxville, Tn in what is becoming more and more prevalent today body cameras worn by officers are showing that Police officers are doing their jobs properly and that their accusers are making baseless accusations often. Thankfully a reported incident was quickly put to rest in Knoxville and reported by WBIR of a woman who was arrested for DWI and accused the Officer of fondling her at her vehicle prior to her roadside sobriety checks.
Alcoa, Tn. The Alcoa Police Department posted on it’s Facebook page an act of kindness performed by Officer Jay Cameron On November 20, 2015.
Cameron who was not on duty had just filled his car with gas at a local station and saw an elderly man walking about and something looked wrong about the way the man was meandering about. Cameron pulled back into the station and watched a while longer and luckily for the elderly man he did.
On November 10, 2015 Officer Vicki Bagshaw was recognized by her municipality for the work that she does when she ‘sneaks off’ to do what she does just because she cares about people. Officer Bagshaw is a wonderful example of the type of people that make up the community of the “Thin Blue Line”.
She was recognized for two acts of late one of which no one was supposed to have known about at all.
November 8, 2015 The Bangor Me. Police Department reached out to the Furry Friends Food Cupboard at the Eastern Area Agency on Aging…as well as the Old Town Animal Orphanage according to WABI Tv for a very worthy cause.
Three teens have been charged in an attempt to carry out shootings at two Michigan schools, following similarly foiled shootings in towns across the country. In at least two cases, school resource officers were key to uncovering the plots.
Police in Argentine Township, Mich., working with the FBI, investigated the plot and arrested the teens on Oct. 29, a day before they were reportedly planning to carry out shootings at Linden Middle School and Linden High School.
Please see the full story here at the Christian Science Monitor.
(excuse our brevity for the next few days)