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Westminster PD honors employees for dedicated service

The list is long, and those on it deserving. Whether it was working with the homeless, shutting down crime-laden gambling houses or implementing new programs to benefit how officers work in the...

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Retirement nearing for Tustin PD's first female cop to serve 30 years

Det. Pam Hardacre has a guess what her legacy will be when she leaves the Tustin PD. “I probably won’t be remembered for the many people I put away for life but instead, ‘Remember that girl...

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In your face: In pre-academy, GGPD officers push recruits to prepare them for success

It’s nothing like the profoundly profane vitriol spewing out of the mouth of the infamous drill instructor in “Full Metal Jacket.” But the verbal heat a group of Garden Grove cops are hurling...

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Anaheim Fire & Rescue ramps up signal preemption system for faster, safer responses

Seconds count. And in the fire service, a few seconds can mean the difference between life and death. That’s why Anaheim Fire & Rescue has been rolling out technology to help its trucks and...

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Run, Hide, Fight --- Fullerton PD expands active-shooter training to schools and public

The cop was giving a minute-by-minute recap of one of the darkest days in recent U.S. history: Dec. 14, 2012. The massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary. He immediately shoots and kills the...

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Anaheim PD officer helps lay new dirt for a ‘Field of Dreams’ for youth baseball players

One person’s dirt is another’s “Field of Dreams.” That’s certainly the case at La Entrada Field at Sage Park in Anaheim, where a group of community members gathered together on a recent...

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Fullerton PD’s DRE program is a model example of community collaboration

He stood swaying, visibly intoxicated, surrounded by Fullerton PD officers. The man was asked to follow the police officer’s finger from side to side. Then he was instructed to stand on one...

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La Habra PD partners with BMX team to get kids flipping over bicycle safety

Teaching bicycle safety has the potential to be a somewhat boring subject, but not in La Habra. The La Habra Police Department took a fun approach to get middle school students not only willing to...

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Abuse survivors give voice to art exhibit as officials urge victims to seek out resources

The numbers are scary: In the last three years, the Anaheim Police Department has fielded 9,000 calls for domestic violence. And not all of them were from the actual victims. Some came from the...

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Westminster forensic tech sheds light on real-life CSI

She can’t watch because they get it so wrong. Westminster Police Forensic Services Technician Nicole Dixon steers clear from any CSI television shows because she inevitably ends up...

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