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WPD offers new fingerprinting app for children developed by retired TPD detective

When retired Tustin Police Department Det. Chuck Still first joined the juvenile division, he had 66 cases on his desk – half of which were missing kids. There was one case that became the turning...

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Anaheim PD keeps an ‘Angel’ in the air

Angel is watching over the city as the sun sets on a hot August day. Anaheim PD’s Air Support Bureau is cruising at 1,200 feet above it all, and below, the streets are a safer place because of...

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Anaheim Fire & Rescue team vows to get muddy for World Police and Fire Games

The mud run is the perfect sport for those who don’t mind getting some dirt on their uniform in order to get the job done. The same might be said about a career in firefighting. And this is a week...

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Anaheim PD sends 13 competitors to 2017 World Police & Fire Games

More than 8,000 police officers and firefighters from more than 70 countries will run, kick, pedal, skate and paddle into Los Angeles over the next two weeks for the 2017 World Police and Fire...

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By taking his time and savoring journey, APD officer has one race to go to hit milestone

The runner on the Fullerton trail keeps a relaxed but steady pace as he makes his way up and over short, modest hills and lengthy stretches of mostly flat sections of smooth, hardened dirt and...

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Trauma Intervention Program welcomes 17 new volunteers into its O.C. family

The .00003 percent. That’s the percentage of Orange County residents who serve as volunteers with Trauma Intervention Program (TIP) Orange County, a non-profit whose 100-some trained volunteers...

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Chow Time with Anaheim Fire & Rescue: Coq au vin

The red light is blinking again at Anaheim Fire & Rescue  Station 11. Barely a conversation, task or meal is finished all at once in one of the busiest stations in the city. Down time is lived...

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BTBuzz: Local Colorado officer helps 4-year-old hunt for monsters

Four-year-old Sidney Fahrenbruch recently moved into a new home in Longmont, Colo. and was worried about unwanted monsters hurting her and her family. Concerned for her safety, Sydney took action at...

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World War II pilot, 93, who flew final combat mission recounts career and some life lessons

His enemies became his friends. His hatred changed to love. Capt. Jerry Yellin, a World War II Army Air Corps pilot, recently talked about his transformation in front of a gathering of about 250 in...

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La Habra PD becomes latest agency to deploy nasal spray to prevent opioid overdoses

The latest tool for La Habra PD officers comes in a smallish blue-and-yellow pouch. Inside the pouch is a nasal spray that could mean the difference between life and death for someone in the throes...

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