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5-Year-Old Calls 911 Requesting McDonald's—Michigan Officer Delivers

A hungry five-year-old boy in Michigan did the only thing he knew how to do with a mobile phone—he dialed 911.

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Charlotte Officer's Pet Pigs Cheer Up Kids Mourning Deaths of Brothers, Sisters

And that’s the point. The 44-year-old father of four started what he calls the Bacon Response Team about eight months ago. He and the pigs have visited schools, the cancer ward at the hospital and community events, trying to spread joy and help kids and adults get comfortable with police

Officer Escorts Child to "Father/Student" Day at School on Behalf of Deployed Soldier

Officer Raymond Seehousen with the Mount Healthy (OH) Police Department escorted a little girl to school for the annual Father/Student day on Friday because the child's dad had recently been deployed for duty with the United States Army.

Michigan Officer Surprises 9-Year-Old Boy with Birthday Party

An officer with the Grand Rapids (MI) Police Department recently made a 9-year-old very happy on his birthday.

4-Year-Old Sworn In as Honorary Washington Officer

The family of Clayton Jones was connected with the department through the Make-A-Wish Foundation in December.

Dog-Loving Terminally Ill Girl Visited by Dozens of Police K-9s

The Hartford (WI) Police Department posted to Facebook, "Today, just a few of us (roughly 40) stopped by to see Emma. She had no idea we were coming so she was VERY excited. What an amazing and strong little girl. It was such a great morning. #teamemma."

North Carolina Department to Host Dodgeball Tournament for Special Olympics

The event is the result of one officer having had the experience of watching a dodgeball completion on television and bringing the idea to one of the officers in charge of the department's Special Olympics fundraising events.

Cops and Kids: How 1 SRO and 1 Student Made Friendship an Art Form

Formal youth programs—cadet, explorer, athletic league, summer internships, and others—can go a long way toward creating strong bonds between police and the community they serve. So, too, can one-on-one relationships like the one between Alanna Rodriguez and Mitch Brouillette.

Video of Virginia Officer Playing "Dolls" with Girls Goes Viral

Iesha Roper-Boswel posted video of the interaction between the kids and Officer C.B. Fleming on Facebook, and it quickly went viral with more than 45,000 views in the span of just a few days.

Arizona Deputy Writes Lullaby for ADHD Son—Releases Music to Public

A Maricopa County, AZ, Sheriff's deputy has written a series of lullabies specifically to help children with ADHD fall asleep.