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Southern California mourns Costa Mesa Police Officer Oscar Adrian Reyes

Nearly 1,200 mourners, more than half in police uniforms from agencies throughout Southern California, filled the Christ Cathedral Church in Garden Grove on Friday, Sept. 21, to honor the life of...

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Annual appreciation lunch at senior community honors Anaheim police, firefighters, EMTs

Retired Anaheim Police Chief Jimmie Kennedy is very familiar with the great work first responders do daily – and not just because of his long career in law enforcement. Kennedy, who was APD chief...

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After securing property and evidence for the Tustin Police Department for 18 years, Andrea Albin now oversees the unit

When Andrea Albin spotted the job posting in the classified section of the newspaper, the words jumped off the page. The Tustin Police Department was looking to hire a part-time property and...

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Pasadena traffic officers win awards at motor rodeo

Officers from Pasadena Police Department represented the City at the 46th annual Orange County Traffic Officer’s Association (OCTOA) Motor Rodeo held at Huntington State Beach. The event, held on...

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Pasadena wears pink for cancer awareness

The Pasadena Police Department’s uniformed officers and civilians will exchange their traditional gold and blue patches this fall season for Pasadena’s Pink Patch. The #PinkPatchProject is a...

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National Forensic Science Week honors this OCSD veteran and all CSI specialists

The veteran CSI specialist grabbed some disinfectant wipes and began cleaning the interior of the van. “We have a very dirty job,” said Senior Forensic Specialist Kelli Cogert, of the Orange...

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The things you find in property storage at La Habra Police Department

Pieces of furniture etched in colorful scribble, computers, and a frozen dead bird, are just a sample of the items found at the La Habra Police Property & Evidence storage facility. The...

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Anaheim honors citizens who saved man in cardiac arrest

Tony Lopez and Joshua Burciaga were returning from lunch when they saw a crowd gathered outside. People were surrounding a man on the ground in the parking lot of the Lowe’s Home Improvement...

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La Habra Police dispatcher adopts puppy found in a car fire with a twist

It was a phone call that would change her life, and for the better. The call came into La Habra Police Department Dispatch like any other — a car was on fire in the city. Communications...

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Lake Forest memorializes four fallen heroes with permanent displays on baseball fields

Two men lost their lives while serving their communities. Two others were killed while serving their country. Fittingly, all four are memorialized together in Heroes Park in Lake...

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