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California Police Chief Cancels Charity Event for Fallen Officer

Thousand Oaks Police Chief Tim Hagel has postponed indefinitely—effectively, canceled—a planned charity event intended to raise money for the family of Sergeant Ron Helus of the Ventura County Sheriff's Office, who was among the 13 people killed at the Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks in November 2018.

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Wisconsin PD Reducing Parking Fines in Exchange for Food Donations

The Menomonie (WI) Police Department will take $2 off your parking fines for each item you bring into the police department during the months of November and December, with donations benefitting the Stepping Stones of Dunn County food pantry.

Pink Patches: How Police Agencies Are Fighting Breast Cancer

The Pink Patch Program—a public awareness campaign designed to bring attention to the fight against breast cancer and to support breast cancer research organizations—has raised more than $1M for cancer research and treatment.

450 Departments Nationwide Wear Pink Patches for Breast Cancer Awareness

Officers with an estimated 390 departments nationwide will wear pink uniform patches during the month in an effort to raise awareness—and money—for breast cancer research and treatment.

Gary Sinise Foundation to Build Homes for Wounded Missouri Officers

The Gary Sinise Foundation announced that it will be building homes for two officers who were shot and seriously wounded in the line of duty.

NC Officers, Deputies Face Off in Charity Ball Game

Deputies with the Scotland County (NC) Sheriff's Office faced off against the Laurinburg (NC) Police Department for the first ever 'Swinging for a Cure' softball game, aimed at raising money for cancer research.

Nebraska State Patrol Car Voted Best Looking Cruiser

The Nebraska State Patrol claimed the top spot in this year's Best Looking Cruiser contest, an annual contest voted on by the public and organized by the American Association of State Troopers (AAST).

Axon Announces First Successful Deployment of Axon Aid to Assist in Disaster Relief

Axon has announced the first successful deployment of its new charitable program Axon Aid, which aims to assist cities following large-scale disasters at no cost to citizens. The first pilot program for Axon Aid launched earlier this month with the Baton Rouge (LA) Police Department before Hurricane Barry hit.

LA County Sheriff's Department Helps Get School Supplies for Needy Families

Deputies with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department over the weekend held an event to provide school supplies to underprivileged children in the region.

Police Prevail in "Guns 'n Hoses" South Dakota Blood Drive Competition

The Rapid City (SD) Police Department beat out the Rapid City Fire Department in the annual "Guns 'n Hoses" Blood Drive.