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Meet the 33 graduates of Class 216 from the Orange County Sheriff’s Training Academy

Stress training, physical training, firearms, arrest control techniques, learning domains, communication skills. For 26 grueling weeks, the 33 graduating members of Class 216 at the Orange County...

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Garden Grove Police worry that predicted monster El Nino will put homeless in peril

A “Godzilla” El Nino is on its way, weather forecasters warn. And there is no segment of the population more in danger of flash floods than the homeless. This worries Brian Hatfield. The Garden...

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Highway sections to be named for two Fullerton officers killed in line of duty

Their lives were cut short when they were on the job, but memories of two fallen Fullerton Police officers live on. And soon, motorists will be reminded daily about the ultimate sacrifices made by...

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A young police explorer, a funeral, and the one thing he dreamed of having: a badge

A badge. Vince Parra dreamed about wearing one all his life. He wouldn’t take no for an answer --- not even when a terrifying foe emerged to threaten his goal of becoming a Buena Park police...

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Tustin PD educates community on knowing alcohol limits

It’s an uncommon scene, and most of the time people think something is wrong. When four Tustin police officers walked into the bar on a Friday night, the initial reaction was a raised...

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Tustin PD bike program credited with reducing injury crashes

Video: The video above was captured on the dash cam of a Tustin Police patrol car. A bicyclist can be seen crossing on a red light and nearly crashing into the officer's car.  When the number of...

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Man visiting Fullerton is fourth to drown in O.C. since Saturday and fifth in last week

A 34-year-old man visiting friends who attend Cal State Fullerton drowned in a Fullerton apartment pool Monday morning --- the fifth person to drown in Orange County in less than a week, and the...

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Cold case files: Woman strangled, bound then burned in Tustin apartment complex

A list of maybes surrounds the case detectives with the Tustin Police Department have been trying to solve for nearly three decades. Maybe someone who clammed up before is ready to talk. Maybe a...

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Fullerton City Council honors retiring K9 Blitz, who excelled during 7 years of service

The excited yips and yaps came from the back of the council chambers. “It sounds like it’s time for our first presentation,” Fullerton Mayor Greg Sebourn said. Fullerton Police Chief Dan...

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Bittersweet day as Anaheim PD loses officer, welcomes new ones, promotes others

The Anaheim PD held an emotional ceremony on Wed., Aug. 12, for four officers who recently were promoted and for three who just joined the APD from other law enforcement agencies. One officer in...

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