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Anaheim police chief Raul Quezada: 'You have to communicate'

Raul Quezada peels a small bandage off his right arm. The Anaheim police chief didn’t hurt himself. Rather, he just donated blood. The removal of the Band-Aid is an apt metaphor for what Quezada...

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Thirty-five new officers to join ranks in Southern California

“Stay alert. Stay alive. Never quit. Never die.” Thirty-five of Southern California’s newest police officers stood at attention and shouted the simple, yet profound, motto that carried them...

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Retirees donate 75,000 hours valued at $1.7 million to FPD

They make routine vacation checks, restock patrol cars with toys and emergency kits, man the streets during the Fullerton Farmers Market and file paperwork. Members of the Retired Senior Volunteer...

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LHPD officer joins leaders of the pack at police Motor Rodeo

La Habra Police Officer Rich Kanger once again roared to the top of the competition taking home several honors at last week’s Orange County Police Motor Rodeo and Skills event that took place in...

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Two Cypress PD officers honored for saving life of stabbing victim

The stab wound in the victim’s chest was so deep it nearly exited through his back. Cypress Police Officer Johnathan Krok and Police Services Officer Nathan Regalado tried to ignore the screaming...

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Motor officers compete to be ‘Top Gun’

Weaving through a maze of cones strategically placed in tight patterns is the challenge 65 Southern California motor officers took to prove who is best on their bikes. The Orange County Traffic...

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Mom who tackled tagger gets FPD award

The West Fullerton mom who chased down and tackled a tagger in August was honored by members of the Fullerton Police Department for her actions at the monthly Community Policing and Crime Prevention...

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HBPD chief urges traffic safety for students and parents

As Huntington Beach students head back to school, Police Chief Robert Handy is reminding families of vehicle, bicycle and pedestrian traffic laws to ensure a safe commute. The department fields...

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Family thanks officers for son's survival

Hanging on the wall at Officer Andrew Coyle’s home is a plaque that contains a photo of a little boy and and message that has a special place in his heart. It reads: “To my hero … Thank you...

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Revived police Bike Patrol unit on a roll in La Habra

Residents of La Habra may do a double take the next time a bike goes riding by. That’s because for the first time in two decades, the person riding the bike just may be a La Habra police officer...

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