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Ohio Officers Pay for Funeral of 5-Year-Old Allegedly Beaten to Death by Mother, Friends

May 3, 2016
Police said Alexander Stephens and his 6-year-old brother were beaten for hours by their mother and her two friends as punishment.

Acts of Kindness

May 2, 2016

In this month when we honor fallen officers for their sacrifices, it's important to remember the good works law enforcement officers do every day, not just in keeping the public safe, but the kindness and mercy, too.

Georgia Officers' Kindness Helps Grieving Mother After Baby's Death

April 19, 2016
The story of an act of kindness by two Conyers, GA, police officers that helped bring closure to a grieving mother is going viral.

Arkansas Troopers Give Lonely Boy a Happy Birthday

April 15, 2016
Toxey turned 10-years-old over the weekend. He sent out invitations to his whole class for his birthday party. Sadly, no one showed up, but what happened two days later is something he will never forget. More Here.

Video: Arkansas Troopers Give Lonely Boy a Happy Birthday

April 15, 2016
Toxey turned 10-years-old over the weekend. He sent out invitations to his whole class for his birthday party. Sadly, no one showed up, but what happened two days later is something he will never forget.

Idaho Deputy Stops Motorist, Prays for Cancer Victim Instead of Giving Ticket

April 15, 2016
Deputy Matthew Brakeman pulled over a woman in Hayden who was speeding a couple weeks ago, but instead of giving her a ticket he offered up something else. Brakeman said the woman was going about 10 miles over the speed limit. More Here.

7-Year-Old Brain Tumor Survivor Makes Key Chains for Pennsylvania Officers

April 15, 2016
To pass the time Deej makes personalized key chains for his heroes at the Mount Holly (PA) Police Department. More Here.

Video: Idaho Deputy Stops Motorist, Prays for Cancer Victim Instead of Giving Ticket

April 15, 2016
Deputy Matthew Brakeman pulled over a woman in Hayden who was speeding a couple weeks ago, but instead of giving her a ticket he offered up something else. Brakeman said the woman was going about 10 miles over the speed limit.

Video: 7-Year-Old Brain Tumor Survivor Makes Key Chains for Pennsylvania Officers

April 15, 2016
To pass the time Deej makes personalized key chains for his heroes at the Mount Holly (PA) Police Department.

Video: Officer Dons Superhero Costume at Boy's Funeral

April 14, 2016
The family of 5-year-old Joshua Garcia said their final goodbyes at a Fort Worth, TX, cemetery on Tuesday, and the officer who found the boy's body helped create a memorable send-off by portraying his favorite superhero, Spider-Man.

Officer Dons Superhero Costume at Boy's Funeral

April 14, 2016
The family of 5-year-old Joshua Garcia said their final goodbyes at a Fort Worth, TX, cemetery on Tuesday, and the officer who found the boy's body helped create a memorable send-off by portraying his favorite superhero. More Here.

New Jersey Police Find 67 Puppies in Van

April 5, 2016
Paramus, NJ, police overnight Monday found 67 puppies packed into small metal crates in a van parked behind a pet store owned by a businessman already facing animal cruelty charges.

California Officer Teaches Hopscotch to Homeless Girl

April 4, 2016
While his partner talked with the mother to help get them housing arrangements, Officer Zach Pricer decided to distract the girl from the "adult people problem" with a game of hopscotch, or as he likes to call it, "copscotch." More Here.

Video: California Officer Teaches Hopscotch to Homeless Girl

April 4, 2016
While his partner talked with the mother to help get them housing arrangements, Officer Zach Pricer decided to distract the girl from the "adult people problem" with a game of hopscotch, or as he likes to call it, "copscotch."

Video: Family No Longer Sleeping on Floor Thanks to Charlotte Officer

March 8, 2016
When Officer Zoerb learned that the woman's children had been sleeping on the floor for more than six months, he teamed up with a nonprofit charity to help get the family back on track.

Family No Longer Sleeping on Floor Thanks to Charlotte Officer

March 8, 2016
When Officer Zoerb learned that the woman's children had been sleeping on the floor for more than six months, he teamed up with a nonprofit charity to help get the family back on track. More Here.

Massachusetts Officers Rescue Dog from Busy Highway

February 11, 2016
Massachusetts State Police and Lawrence Police rescued a dog found wandering on a highway in Lawrence Wednesday afternoon.

Tennessee Officers Take Groceries to Disabled Man

January 14, 2016
A group of Mt. Pleasant, TN, police officers are being recognized for going out of their way to help an elderly man over the weekend. More Here.

Video: Tennessee Officers Take Groceries to Disabled Man

January 14, 2016
A group of Mt. Pleasant, TN, police officers are being recognized for going out of their way to help an elderly man over the weekend.

Oregon Department Buys Family Gifts Instead of Holding Union Christmas Party

December 28, 2015
Members of the North Bend (OR) Police Department voted to cancel their police officers union Christmas party so they could instead use the funds to buy gifts for a family in need
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