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Orange PD applauds Old Towne Orange Plaza as one of the ‘Great Places in America’

It’s the Plaza, not the Circle, read the bumper sticker. Whatever people call it, the park in the center of downtown Orange’s traffic circle – an iconic slice of Orange County – now has...

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Brothers, on the job and off, win accolades at Tustin Police Department

Officers Michael and Charlie Carter of the Tustin Police Department might have grown up together, but in personality and policing styles, they’re polar opposites. Their close friendship and...

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From morning to evening, Anaheim PD officers chat with locals on National Coffee With a Cop Day

Waking up, getting dressed, and getting coffee is a morning routine for most people. When Anaheim residents walked into a Starbucks on East Santa Ana Canyon Road on Wednesday, Oct. 3, for their...

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Pasadena PD Explorers take on the challenges in the annual Battle of the Badges competition

They may be the future protectors of life and property. And for a full Saturday, Pasadena Police Explorers were among 259 Explorers, mostly ages 14 to 17, representing 23 LA County agencies who...

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New OPD records manager and former explorer loves the work she does

Kathy Palacio loves paperwork. “I know, it’s the weirdest thing, but I love it,” said the Orange PD Records Manager. Because of the need for maintaining a paper trail, organization is key to...

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Citizens walk Tustin to support police

The line of walkers, about 200 strong and strung out over a quarter mile, made their way along some of Tustin’s main thoroughfares. Many waved U.S. flags, divided with a blue line down the...

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The new adventures of Pasadena Police Department’s old bike team

For Pasadena Police Officer Jesus Carillo, riding a bike wasn’t something he had done since he was a kid. Let alone, replace a bike tube, fix a flat tire or dismount a two-wheeler while still in...

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OCSD mourns loss of Clyde, a rescue horse who became key member of mounted unit

Clyde, a former Percheron Draft Horse rescued from certain death by an Orange County Sheriff’s Department reserve lieutenant, died Monday, Oct. 1, after serving as a valued member of the Mounted...

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Couple suspected of high-end liquor thefts from 55 Ralphs locations throughout SoCal

The Aug. 11 theft at the Ralph’s supermarket in Anaheim was brazen. During the after-work rush hour, at 5:40 p.m., thieves made off with $1,600 worth of high-end liquor from the store at 711 S....

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At the Children's Museum at La Habra, kids can pretend they're motorcycle officers

Kids visiting the Children’s Museum at La Habra can now hop on a police motorcycle. Okay, maybe not a fully functioning police motorcycle, but one that gets very close to the real deal. Mirroring...

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