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La Habra Police dispatcher adopts puppy found in a car fire with a twist

It was a phone call that would change her life, and for the better. The call came into La Habra Police Department Dispatch like any other — a car was on fire in the city. Communications...

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La Habra residents, officers bond over a cup of coffee and good conversation

La Habra resident Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix was sitting at the local Corner Bakery Cafe with her 2-year-old foster child Thursday morning when a SWAT officer approached them. The officer, dressed...

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Behind the Badge in 60 Seconds: September 5

On this week’s episode of Behind the Badge in 60 Seconds, we learn about a new non-lethal technology that could help police restrain criminals in Westminster, we wade into the ocean with a...

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La Habra Police Department’s Radio Patrol isn’t your typical volunteer job

Though La Habra’s Radio Patrol Unit consists of volunteers, its seven members are far from inexperienced; in fact, some have worked at the department for almost 30 years. The unsworn unit serves...

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A good day for a night out in La Habra

As Addison Keeling munched on a hot dog and listened to music, all was well with her world. The four-year-old was one of more than 1,000 La Habra residents to attend the National Night Out...

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La Habra police changing perception of law enforcement

Changing perception starts by leading as an example, so it's no wonder Sergeant Jose Rocha at the La Habra Police Department was nominated as the American Legion National Law Enforcement Officer of...

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La Habra Police Department celebrates exceptional police work at annual awards ceremony

Their split-second decisions saved lives and averted tragedy. More than 30 La Habra Police Department members were honored for a variety of courageous acts during the department's annual awards...

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Career in policing speaks to this La Habra officer, whatever language he uses

In Punjab, the heart of India’s Sikh community, adherents of the 500-year-old faith wear a dastaar, or turban, as a symbol of honor and self-respect. The dastaar also signifies piety and purity...

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La Habra’s School Resource Officers inspire and protect

In a world in which bullying and school shooting threats are a common occurrence, school resource officers (SROs) are more important than ever. SRO is a special assignment, and a tough one,...

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La Habra Police Special Olympics Torch Run gives athletes VIP treatment

More than 200 law enforcement agencies in Southern California, including roughly two-dozen in Orange County, participate each year in the Torch Run for the Special Olympics. Every agency adds its...

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