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Westminster PD Animal Control expands coverage to Stanton

Thinking back over the countless calls they’ve had over the years from Westminster residents, Animal Control Officers Shanyn Behn and Crystal Sheldon agree that the strangest has to be the one...

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O.C. GRIP soccer camp in Fullerton teaches kids more than how to kick a ball

Fourth- through eighth-graders from different schools and different towns – towns where gang life is a reality – gather on a patch of turf. It’s a situation that traditionally is rife with...

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Police officers provide comfort to cancer patients in the most personal way

The police officer choked back tears after being asked one simple question. “Why do you do this?” Irvine PD Officer Rafaelo Papale, his wife, Jenn, her co-worker and officers from other...

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Hundreds run to honor and support crime survivors

Nearly 15 years after experiencing the unimaginable loss of her daughter, Erin Runnion continues to be an agent for healing. Runnion’s daughter, Samantha, 5, was kidnapped from the front yard of...

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Dispatchers take heat as the ‘first first responders,’ so this week, show them some love

The woman’s screams were terrifying. The anguished wails were all that Anaheim PD Dispatcher Heather Champlin heard when she took the 911 call. [caption id="attachment_22937"...

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LHPD Communications Supervisor Cynthia Gulley retires from dispatch after 27 years

Her first night as a dispatcher was intimidating, to say the least. “It’s a lot of information,” La Habra Police Department Communications Supervisor Cynthia Gulley recalled. “It was a...

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Tustin PD first in SoCal to deploy GPS technology to track fleeing suspect vehicles

On a closed street near the blimp hangars in Tustin, a TPD patrol car speeds up in pursuit of a white Dodge Caravan. 30 mph. 40 mph. 50 mph. The patrol car stays within manageable sight of the van...

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Two pilots, two tactical flight officers earn wings as members of OCSD Air Support Unit

The perp had no clue. After he broke into a pharmacy in La Habra in the predawn hours one morning last year, he bolted on foot to evade patrol officers. At one point, the bad guy hopped into a...

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Chamber of Commerce honors Westminster PD employees for their hard work in community

The Westminster Chamber of Commerce honored excellence across the city on March 30 at its annual Spirit of Westminster Awards Luncheon. Among the honorees were Westminster Police Department...

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CSP honors those who work to advocate for victims throughout Orange County

For every crime, there's a victim --- someone who has been assaulted, robbed or even murdered. With that comes the inevitable emotional trauma and feelings of vulnerability. A burglary victim...

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