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Getting fit at Pasadena Police Department’s brand new gym

  When Pasadena Police Commander Kelly Evans heard about an empty office space in the basement of the department, he knew what he wanted to see in the vacant room: a  gym. Not just an...

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Westminster Police Department welcomes new hires, celebrates promotions at annual swearing-in ceremony

The room at the Westminster Rose Center was filled with police officers, employees, their families and friends from neighboring agencies for the Westminster PD swearing-in and promotions ceremony...

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GPS technology allows Tustin police to swiftly track, arrest thieves

It was 2:30 a.m. when the Tustin Police Department got the alert: a bottle of cough syrup tagged with a GPS tracker had been stolen from a nearby pharmacy. The burglars drove toward Rowland...

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Patrol robot debuts in the new year at Westminster Police Department

Westminster Police Department might have just changed the face of patrol work this month when officers began using a robot as an intelligence-gathering tool for potentially dangerous calls. Sgt....

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Retiring captain built Orange Police Department’s award-winning DUI program

Jeff Burton joined the Orange Police Department in 1989, during an exciting time for lawmen in the city. “It was a peak in crime at the time and things were just really busy and I just loved...

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Pasadena PD gives Shanghai police officers a tour in the City of Roses

  Twenty-four year old Police Officer Ethan Chao specializes in cyber-crimes back home in Shanghai. For him, getting a chance to see first-hand how law enforcement officials at Pasadena...

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Garden Grove Fire Chief Tom Schultz, 54, dies of cancer after recently receiving diagnosis

Plunging his loved ones and countywide brethren in the fire service into deep shock and mourning, Garden Grove Fire Chief Tom Schultz died Sunday, Jan. 27, just a few weeks after learning he had...

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Orange PD officer nearly killed by drunk driver says goodbye to profession he loves

The front of his T-shirt reads: Sweat dries Blood clots Bones heal The back: Suck it up, Buttercup Ever since a drunk driver nearly killed him on Dec. 10, 2016, Sharif Muzayen has been sucking...

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Former park ranger now a La Habra police officer

Officer Mark Milward is returning to his roots. His job with the California Department of Parks and Recreation took him away from the city where he grew up, but these days he dons a La Habra...

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Laguna Hills elementary school honors top students in novel anti-bullying campaign

When a school resource officer, alarmed at an increase in bullying at an elementary school in Laguna Hills, came up with the idea of creating a program to curb such incidents, he needed a name that...

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