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5.11 Recognizes 11-Year-Old Running 4 Heroes Founder as Everyday Hero

5.11, Inc., known for its purpose-built apparel, footwear, and gear, is honoring Zechariah Cartledge, 11-year-old founder of nonprofit organization Running 4 Heroes, as the latest addition to the brand's Everyday Hero program.

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Cops and Kids

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

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.

California Department Donates Traffic Safety Equipment to Local Schools

Officers with the La Mesa (CA) Police Department recently donated $3,000 worth of traffic safety equipment to six local elementary schools to help parents and teachers keep children safe during drop-off and pick-up from school.

Georgia Police Sergeant Reunites with Baby Whose Life he Saved

A sergeant with the Waynesboro (GA) Police Department used CPR to revive an infant that had stopped breathing in the parking lot of a store in January has now had the opportunity to reunite with him.

Missing 83-Year-Old Man Found by 8-Year-Old Member of Search Party

An 83-year-old man who went missing was located by an 8-year-old boy who heeded the call from the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department for help in finding the at-risk man.

CentralSquare ShareBlueSmiles Initiative Launches New Mini-Documentary of Inspiring CA Officer

CentralSquare, a leader in public sector technology, has announced the release of a new mini-documentary as part of ShareBlueSmiles, a national initiative launched in June 2019 to deepen trust between law enforcement and the communities they serve.

League Won't Allow High School Hockey Team to Wear Jerseys Honoring Officer

A high school hockey team in Minnesota that had hoped to honor an officer with the Waseca Police Department who was critically wounded in a shooting in early January by wearing jerseys bearing his name and badge number was disappointed to learn that their show of support was not supported by the Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL).

Ohio Department Warns of "Highly Addictive" Girl Scout Cookies Hitting the Streets

The Ravenna (OH) Police Department recently took to social media to warn area residents about the impending arrival of a "highly addictive substance that is about to hit the streets" as members of the notorious "Girl Scouts of America" flood the streets with sugary treats.

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Florida Department's PAL Cuts Ties with NFL's Antonio Brown

Following a profanity-laced incident outside his home—which was streamed live on social media—disgraced NFL wide receiver Antonio Brown is no longer welcome as either a donor or a volunteer at the Hollywood (FL) Police Department's Police Athletic League.