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NC ADA Feeding Families in Need During Coronavirus Outbreak

Dionne Kelly decided to help those in her community who need help buying food because of economic hardship caused by the coronavirus outbreak. Over the past week she has used her spare time in a mission she calls "Feed the Babies."

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Protecting Houses of Worship

Churches, mosques, synagogues, and temples make easy targets for active shooters, so the congregations need to work to prevent such attacks, prepare for them if they happen, and know how they will respond.

2 Colorado Agencies Limit Services Due to COVID-19

Citing the spread of COVID-19—also known as coronavirus—at least two police agencies in Colorado have announced that they are going to begin taking reports on non-violent crimes via online reporting instead of in-person interactions.

Washington Police Officer to Seek State Senate Seat

An officer with the Vancouver (WA) Police Department announced on Tuesday his intention to run as an Independent Republican for a seat in the state senate, currently held by Democrat Annette Cleveland.

California Department Releases Video of Fatal OIS

The Riverside County (CA) Sheriff's Department has released a video debriefing of the fatal shooting of a 41-year-old man in January following a vehicle pursuit.

2 New Hampshire Departments to Adopt Body Cameras

In New Hampshire, the Barrington Police Department and Dover Police Department are growing closer to adopting the use of body cameras.

Cops and Kids

There's a special relationship between society's guardians and its youngest members.

Citizens, Officers Honor Fallen Arizona Tribal Police Officer

Thousands of people were in attendance during the funeral service of White Mountain Apache Nation Police Officer David Kellywood over the weekend.

The Lighthouse: Cops Are a Beacon for American Kids

Cops have a truly unique opportunity to be the lighthouse that guides little ships—our children—giving them immediate safety, guiding them to future security, and finding them safe harbor.

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San Francisco Police Open "Foot Beat" Office in Troubled Neighborhood

Officers with the San Francisco Police Department who are tasked with patrolling a neighborhood troubled by drug dealing, homelessness, car break-ins, and a host of other unseemly activities will now have an office to operate out of at the epicenter of Mid-Market.