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Retired PBA Member Jack Nelson Speaks Some Truth on Policing In Ithaca & "Reimagining" IPD.
For some truth about how the City of Ithaca, New York has mistreated their Police Officers and allowed for the destruction of their own Ithaca Police Department by Svante Myrick, the Center for Policing Equity and other key players in City Hall take a few moments to read this next article, article, "Jack Nelson Continues Family Legacy in Trumansburg Police", in a series written by Deidra Cross at Tompkins Weekly who had the courage to practice ethical journalism and report in a b...

CopLine aiding Law Enforcement 24/7
The internal emotional/psychological struggle of Law Enforcement officers is immense and unfortunately, more often than not, goes by unspoken or unnoticed. CopLine is here to change that. They offer the world's only 24/7 and 100% completely confidential helpline for officers and their families. On the other end of each phone call is a vetted retired police officer to ensure your voice is not only heard but understood. They are a true not-for-profit company built on the foundation of volunte...

Police Sergeant overcomes the odds and gives back to First Responders
An incredible story about Dallas Police Sergeant, Ed Lujan, who nearly died five years ago after being run over three times who just completed his 54th triathlon in support of First Responders!“Despite the challenges, Lujan said he never second guessed that he'd be where he is having just competed in his 54th triathlon. “I had no doubt, but with the support of your family and friends, you can do anything," he said. "It’s just a mind thing. It hurt, but you just keep on pedaling and keep...

Police officer adopts little girl he rescued from abusive household
An inspiring story of an officer helping shape the future of little 4-year-old Kaila's life by rescuing her from a truly dire situation! 🚓 "They really wanted Kaila to be a permanent addition to their family. Brian said, “our goal was to love and care for this little girl for as long as it happened”. And their wish was answered when on August 13 they were able to officially adopt Kaila, the adoption ceremony was held at Mohave County Superior Court in Lake Havasu City." 💙 Source: ...

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