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Laguna Beach Local Businesses we need your help - Once a year we reach out to the businesses in our local community asking you for your support.  Annually we look at how we can increase our impact in our community, and we continually strive to outdo our previous year. Your support allows us to make a bigger impact in the community we both share. Here is your chance to join the Laguna Beach PEA's community outreach mission. Join us by donating today, your contribution goes toward making our ...

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Dispatchers take heat as the ‘first first responders,’ so this week, show them some love
Great article showing all the hard work our dispatchers do.
#NationalTelecommunicatorsWeek
http://behindthebadgeoc.com/cities//dispatchers-take-heat-first-first-responders-week-show-love

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Heart warming hug between 3 year old boy and Fort Worth Police Officer.
https://youtu.be/drxZAHxRH5I

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We want to thank every dispatcher out there for all your hard work.
A dispatcher is generally the first point of contact, the true first responder, and the unseen hero. A dispatcher’s job is a complicated one. It is exciting, rewarding, fulfilling, and becomes a way of life. It is also stressful, exhausting, thankless, and forgotten by so many.
http://www.lawenforcementtoday.com/national-telecommunicators-week/

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Just a week after the death of CHP Officer Lucas Chellew cadets, graduating the CHP Academy in West Sacramento ran their traditional 5-mile run to the California Peace Officers’ Memorial across from the Capitol.
https://youtu.be/T0TX-cJzse8

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Despite the negative rhetoric portraying Law Enforcement, they still keep all the good they do to themselves. Every department has many Law Enforcement professionals who give back to the community they serve quietly. "The thing is this type of selflessness goes on all the time in police work and it is certainly not unique to Salinas PD, it happens all over the country. It is not being done for the benefit of the camera, quite the contrary, the officers don’t seek attention at all. They do it because they care and it is virtuous to keep quiet about it."
https://medium.com/homeland-security/what-cops-do-when-no-one-is-watching-the-truth-about-the-blue-code-of-silence-89d12a0f47de#.xbqcazigg

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Wishing everyone a Happy and Safe St. Patricks Day!
#HappyStPatricksDay
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