Update on Cpl Gist follows
On February 28, 2016 Melissa Shields, the sister of Travis Smith who shot Deputy Kimber Gist had been interviewed by News2 about the aftermath of the incident. Continue reading “Sister of man who shot Deputy Gist sets the record straight MUST READ”
Officers Donate to Girl scouts after thief steals hard earned donations
February 29, 2016 It was posted on the Aurora Police Department Facebook page
Yesterday evening officers responded to a theft of money in the northeast area of Aurora. The victims were a group of girls scouts selling cookies. The suspect was able to get away with their earnings. Continue reading “Aurora, Co. Police officers Help Girl Scouts after theft”
Police and Community help family in need
On February 16, 2016 Sebastian Salinas had his van stolen in Kennewick, Wa. where he and his family live. It was a van that had a few defects but it was the only means of transportation that the family had to take their 15 month old son who has a brain injury and cerebral palsy back and forth to Seattle for treatment. Continue reading “Kennewick, Wa. Police Department and Community Pay it forward huge for 15-month-old disabled boy”
Officer runs half mile to back up others after crash while injured.
February 29, 2016 at around 1:30 A.M. a routine traffic stop of a vehicle by Officers Jeanette Giganti and Douglas Taddeo found the operator to be suspended. It turned ugly when one passenger in the back seat of the vehicle ran from the vehicle without warning and discarded what Officers believed to be contraband. Continue reading “Aberdeen, Md. Officer injured in crash as back up runs half mile to back up the blue”
Berkeley County, S.C. Sheriff’s Office Cpl. Kimber Gist is a Sheepdog!
On February 26, 2016 at about 12:25 while on Patrol Cpl. . Kimber Gist reported that she was making an arrest in Goose Creek that stemmed from a suspicious vehicle behind a closed grocery store. Within minutes a routine arrest would turn into a nightmare. Continue reading “Berkeley County, S.C. Sheriff’s Office Cpl. Kimber Gist is a Sheepdog!”
In the month of February we now have a total of 10 Police Officers that have died in the line of duty trying to do nothing more than serve the community. Let us recap shall we? Continue reading “How many candles will be enough?”
Brittany Beard Hilton – From the heart
All you may see in this photo is two smiling police officers. But there is more. We are husband and wife, parents to four beautiful girls, we are a son and a daughter, a Brother and sister, a grandson and granddaughter, a Niece and nephew. (Steven is also an army veteran). We are friends to many. Before you say hateful things and put all officers in a category….remember we are all individuals attached to a delicate thin blue line. We are attacked daily and getting killed just for putting on a badge. You voice your opinion, and rally against law enforcement over tickets!! We are risking our lives.
This photograph was taken on thanksgiving day. My husband and I both decided to work, giving up time with our family so the community would be safe.
Think before you speak. Your words could promote deadly actions.
WE BLEED BLUE! All lives matter
February 28, 2016 Prince William County, Va. Ashley Guindon was working her first day as a Police Officer on Patrol today out of the Academy. It was also the end of watch for her after responding to a domestic dispute. Continue reading “Prince William County, Va. Rookie killed 2 more Officers wounded at domestic”
February 27, 2016 The Sonoma, Ca. County Sheriff’s Department received a call a little after 3:00 P.M. of a family consisting of three children and an adult who were in distress. They had been swept out to sea by a large wave and a lifeguard was unable to rescue them. The Department dispatched resources including a helicopter to make a dramatic rescue. Continue reading “Sonoma Ca. Sheriff Makes Dramatic Helicopter rescue of family that was swept into the ocean”
February 25, 2016 the Indiana University Police Academy helped out some residents and posted their efforts on Facebook:
IU Northwest police received a call from a campus neighbor this week who said IU snow plows blocked her drive while clearing the streets. In the spirit of community policing, Interim Chief Wayne James and some of his officers grabbed shovels and helped her out.