This was Picked up and cross posted from another group for Law Enforcement. While we try to limit exposure from Law Enforcement to citizen for security reasons this post emphasizes the emotional stress, strain and and tolls that play a continuous role in members of the Law Enforcement Community. Continue reading “A horrible loss of blue”
There has been much said regarding the use of force by Police and shooting of Citizens by Police Officers in the Past few years. It took on a life of it’s own with the case of George Zimmerman who shot and killed Trayvon Martin in 2012. Prior to any thorough investigation being concluded media had blitzed the internet and the court of public opinion had been held. Continue reading “Police Shootings – media narrative vs. reality 2015 examined and what is to be done?”
This article is written as an addendum to “Police Shootings – media narrative vs. reality 2015 examined and what is to be done?” to illustrate how quickly and deadly a Knife attack can be against an officer. It contains GRAPHIC content. Continue reading “WARNING – GRAPHIC – Knife attacks”
January 22, 2016 Los Angeles, California Police Officer Kristina Tudor has taken up a challenge to wear full tactical gear weighing almost 1/3 of her body weight (35 pounds of her 110 pound frame) and run a marathon of 26.2 miles to support the community in raising funds for the Badge of Heart organization. Continue reading “L.A.P.D. Police Officer Kristina Tudor picks up challenge and tactical gear for community”
January 15, 2016 Pheonix, Az. Raymond Celaya also known as the “Street Preacher” who has a youtube channel known as Hard2PleAZ Entertainment captured a very heartwarming moment on 27th Avenue & McDowell Road when Officer Mark Valenzuela bestowed a pair of shoes upon a homeless man. Check out the video here:
January 21, 2016 Chicago, Il. Chicago Police Officers are making a connection with kids especially at Chicago Westside Christian School where they are meeting kids in a different environment. Continue reading “Chicago, Il. PLAY it forward with kids in the gym”
January 21, 2016 Fairfax County, Virginia Police Public Information Office Released the following information recognizing Officer Chris Mamalis and his heroic efforts in saving the life of a child.
This afternoon while on his way to work at the Mount Vernon District police station, PFC Chris Mamalis, saw a group of neighborhood children who appeared to be dragging another child. The children, recognizing PFC Mamalis as one of their neighbors and a police officer, flagged him down. PFC Mamalis learned that the 9-year-old boy had fallen through the ice at a nearby creek and his clothing was totally wet and beginning to freeze. The child was nearly unconscious and unresponsive. Recognizing the child was likely suffering from exposure, PFC Mamalis placed the child in his vehicle, removed the child’s outer, wet clothing and put some of his own dry clothes on the child. He turned up the heat in his vehicle and called for rescue. Rescue responded and transported the child to Inova Fairfax Hospital, where he is being treated for non-life-threatening injuries. Once rescue cleared PFC Mamalis reported for duty.
Photo Credit: Fairfax County
January 22, 2016 From the Richmond Police Department facebook page:
Good News before the storm: This grandmother/granddaughter were in a rough spot this week – stuck a gas pump without funds on a frigid night. Several folks bustled past in the cold but no assistance materialized. Until First Precinct Officer Joachin Okonkwo emerged from his cruiser, that is.
He happily filled the tank with fuel then bought the cold ladies a hot meal. He even pulled a ‘winter care package’ from his vehicle to give to the pair. Thrilled and grateful, the ladies were on their way.
With a major winter storm imminent we know folks will be on the lookout for opportunities to help each other through these next challenging few days.
January 22, 2016
Kris Cameron Posted the following to his facebook page:
This morning while running around my best friend and myself seen this (Ball State Police Office T. Smith) out on his own time helping this gentleman shovel his sidewalk… We turn around to go and say thank you..these are the things that restore my faith in humanity… LOVE THIS AND THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE OFFICER T. SMITH..