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Pasadena PD pledging for Paradise

As the holidays approach, the Pasadena Police Department’s Peer Support Unit is seeking donations to help the families impacted by the devastating fires in Paradise, CA. They will deliver the items...

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How Pasadena PD prepares for nearly 500,000 visitors every New Year’s Eve

Follow us on social media:     Countdown to the Rose Parade On the third floor of the Pasadena Police Department sits one of the busiest offices at the department. One...

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Pasadena police officer makes career about helping local youth

Follow us on social media:       For some Pasadena Police Explorers, their first impression of Sgt. Glenn Thompson, their advisor, roused a bit of trepidation. The...

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New Pasadena police employees consider ‘work-life' balance as they begin career

Stephanie Lack is a new Pasadena Police officer working the graveyard shift. She’s also a single-mom with two little girls under the age of four who sleep while she works and go to a babysitter...

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Pasadena police dispatcher seeks help for family who lost everything in Paradise fire

For 13 years, Pasadena Police Dispatcher Rachel Johnson has understood how to handle a critical call. But on Thursday, November 8, just a few hours after she arrived home from her graveyard shift...

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Pasadena PD looks to donuts to raise funds for Special Olympics

Pasadena Police Department in partnership with Dunkin Donuts raised over $500 on Friday, November 2nd for the Special Olympics of Southern California (SOSC.) This is the second year Pasadena PD...

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Behind the Badge in 60 Seconds: November 6

On this week's Behind the Badge in 60 Seconds, read about a father and son duo at the California Highway Patrol, celebrating the father's upcoming retirement after a 28-year career with the CHP;...

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Local realtor ‘never forgets’ Pasadena public safety

  Pasadena Real Estate agent Rosie Bell was heartbroken after 9/11. As she watched the news and witnessed brave police and firefighters take the national spotlight for their heroism – she...

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Pasadena Police Officer fights crime in and out of the ring

Pasadena Police Officer Brian Petrella and his trainer, Fausto De La Torre, move across the ring at Villa Park Boxing Gym, bobbing and weaving to the crooning of James Brown. Get up (get on...

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Newest Academy graduates’ motto: “Danger we’ll face, lives we’ll save”

Every graduating class at the Orange County Sheriff’s Regional Training Academy has been taught the same crime fighting techniques, completed the same classes, performed the same drills and fired...

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