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Please visit for the latest information on line of duty deaths, memorials, testimonials, and reflections for our brothers and sisters in blue. These are officers that have paid the ultimate price and there is probably something we can learn through each death. Each of us face dangers every day and we as officers are good at minimizing in our minds the risks we take. I still remember a saying from my academy days and considering the atmosphere and attitude we see every day I believe it may never be more truer than it is today - "Two is one, and one is none". Keep your back up en route.
Guest Book Entries:
Nov. 11, 2014
Name: Okey Sharp
Union: PBA
City, State/Province Country: Fort Wayne, IN USA
Jun. 12, 2014
Name: The Stout family
City, State/Province Country: LAS VEGAS, NV USA
Comments: Thank you so much for the service that you gave to keep us all safe. You are truly a Hero. God has Tow Amazing Angels with him, RIP. May your beautiful families be blessed and watched over from the angels above. May your son always know that his daddy was a Amazing MAN. You will be truly missed.
May. 24, 2014
Name: Smithd314
City, State/Province Country: Oakland, VA USA
Comments: I like what you guys are up too. This kind of clever work and exposure! abkcfbkbeekdeeed
May. 19, 2014
Name: John
Union: PBA
City, State/Province Country: Fort Wayne, IN USA
Comments: San Diego Restores Holiday Pay In Attempt To Keep Experienced Police Officers On May 15, 2014 03:23 pm SAN DIEGO, CA ? The City Council and the San Diego Police Officers Association agreed Monday to restore premium pay rates for policemen who work on holidays as part of an effort aimed at retaining experienced officers. The agreement, which will cost taxpayers about $3.2 million, was approved earlier by 91 percent of the union’s membership. Holiday pay was given up last year in exchange for more flexible benefits. The officers will keep the flexible benefits, while getting back the holiday pay and a floating holiday for the fiscal year beginning July 1. Officers have been leaving the police department at a rate of eight to 10 officers per month for a few years now, according to city officials, because of a disparity in take-home pay compared other law enforcement agencies. Also, recruits have been opting to work for other agencies, mainly the San Diego Sheriff’s Department. “What we want is for the candidates to make the SDPD their first choice,” said Brian Marvel, the police association president. Last August, the council spent $2 million to enhance an annual uniform and equipment allowance, and to aid recruiting efforts. From The Times Of San Diego
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