Tips On Working Remotely During The Coronavirus Outbreak

Tips On Working Remotely During The Coronavirus Outbreak
We know our community is facing a whole new set of challenges each and every day while we’re all doing our fair share to remain indoors and protect each other from the recent Coronavirus outbreak. While working remotely seems simple enough here are some recommendations that can help you better adjust to these changes while you settle into a new work routine. Share to help our community continue to #FlattenTheCurve and be sure to comment with your...
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How To Keep Our Community Safe From The Coronavirus



How To Keep Our Community Safe From The Coronavirus


Here are some preventative methods and information via the World Health Organization that can help keep our community informed and safe while we all face new challenges during the current Coronavirus outbreak. 

Help Share these tips with our community so that we can all help #FlattenTheCurve! 

Source: https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/advice-for-public
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Preventative Coronavirus Guidelines For Our Law Enforcement Family

Preventative Coronavirus Guidelines For Our Law Enforcement Family
Our priority will always be protecting our communities and amidst the Coronavirus outbreak, we’re still out there ensuring that everyone is safe while our nation experiences new challenges every day.Here are some useful tips for our fellow officers to remember via the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that can help keep all of us protected as well.Be sure to share and together we can all help #FlattenTheCurve!Source: https://www.cdc.gov/...
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39th Annual National Peace Officers’ Memorial Service in Washington, D.C. Canceled Due to COVID-19

39th Annual National Peace Officers’ Memorial Service in Washington, D.C. Canceled Due to COVID-19
It is with great regret that, for the first time in the event's history, the 39th Annual National Peace officers' Memorial Service in Washington, D.C. has been canceled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Teams are consulting with the Concerns of Police Survivors (COPS) and other groups to develop a fitting tribute to honor the families of the fallen for the 2019 calendar year and will develop a plan to move forward after this crisis subsides to honor ...
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RCDSA Golf Tournament Postponed To September 18th!

RCDSA Golf Tournament Postponed To September 18th!
Due to the current state of COVID-19 in our nation, we'll be taking protective measures set forth by the CDC to ensure everyone's safety and postponing our Annual RCDSA Golf Tournament to September 18th. We look forward to another successful tournament come September and thank you all for understanding what must be done to protect everyone's health. For more information on COVID-19 please visit: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.htm...
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Coronavirus Safety Tips For Our Community

Coronavirus Safety Tips For Our Community
With the rise of Coronavirus and the Flu currently hitting people of all ages around the nation, we ask that our community not panic, follow these simple steps to help keep you and your loved ones healthy and safe!Prevention is key so be sure to share this to help inform our community and let’s work together to put these best practices to use. If you have any questions or concerns please contact or visit your local hospital for more information. ...
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Register Today for the RCDSA Charity Golf Tournament!

Register Today for the RCDSA Charity Golf Tournament!
You’re cordially invited to our Inaugural Riverside Sheriffs’ Association Golf Tournament at Temecula Creek Inn’s Champion Golf Course on Monday, March 23rd! 

All proceeds from this event will benefit the Riverside County Deputy Sheriff Relief Foundation which is a 501(C)(3) non-profit charity to assist law enforcement families facing life-changing crises such as sickness, injury, distress, and death. Your donations help with funeral expenses, m...
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Help Support Veteran's and John Preston's 22 Mile A Day Hike

Help Support Veteran's and John Preston's 22 Mile A Day Hike
22 Veterans commit suicide every day.Many veterans, even those who don't see combat, deal with some form of depression or PTS when they leave the military and return to civilian life.We want to do everything we can to put a stop to this issue by finding a way to connect veterans with each other, help them transition into the civilian world and find a new purpose, and remind them that life is better with them here making a difference to their frie...
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228 American Police Officers Died By Suicide in 2019

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"For the fourth consecutive year that such data has been collected, more American police officers have been reported to die by suicide than all other line-of-duty deaths combined.According to data released by Blue H.E.L.P.—an organization that tracks police officer suicides while simultaneously seeking to prevent such tragedies from occurring—228 American police officers died by suicide in 2019.By comparison, 132 police officers were killed in th...
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We asked and you generously delivered. Thank you.

We asked and you generously delivered. Thank you.
As an appreciation of your generosity and thoughtfulness, we want to take a moment to thank you! Your charitable donation to Laguna Beach Police Employees' Association means that we can continue to positively impact our community and support its local causes. This is what paying it forward is all about. By giving back in 2019 you’ve now shown others that you care about the future of our neighborhood. Your generosity shows that you care about our ...
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Thanks for joining us for California Coastal Cleanup Day

Thanks for joining us for California Coastal Cleanup Day
On September 21st we joined the Laguna Ocean Foundation alongside our incredibly supportive community for the 1st Annual California Coastal Cleanup Day event at Main Beach! Coastal Cleanup Day is an international day of action to protect our oceans, watersheds, and wildlife from trash and debris. California Coastal Cleanup is part of an international campaign focused on keeping trash out of oceans, bays, rivers, and lakes. This sha...
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Our Community Needs Your Help!

Our Community Needs Your Help!
Are you committed to making a difference in our community? Your charitable contribution will help us keep your loved ones safe, give back, and reach our annual goal!Your Donation is the fuel for all of it. From caring for the families of fallen officers to local youth programs, your support helps us build trust between our officers and residents; strengthening our community. Our local law enforcement association continually gives its financial re...
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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Here at the Laguna Beach Police Employees' Association we feel it is our duty and privilege to help spread the word. The simple truth is this: 1 in 8 women in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. This year alone over 250,000 women in our country will be diagnosed with the disease. It is the most common cancer among women worldwide. These facts are not meant to terrify. They are the truth and why must we t...
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LBPD Fallen Officer's Remembrance Ceremony

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On Friday, September 20, 2019, at 5:30 p.m., the Laguna Beach Police Department will be hosting its annual Fallen Officer’s Remembrance Ceremony. The ceremony will take place at our memorial “Eternal Legacy,” located to the front of the police department, and is open to all City employees and the public.The Remembrance Ceremony honors the following two Laguna Beach Police Officers who were killed in the line of duty:Officer Gordon French- End of ...
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National Night Out - August 6!

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Laguna Beach is participating in our 1st Annual National Night Out event on Tuesday, August 6 from 5 - 8 PM at the Laguna Beach High School Baseball Field for a friendly battle of a Guns N' Hoses Softball Game. There will be a K-9 Demo at 5:30 PM and the game is anticipated to start at 6:30 PM.Stop by to say hi and grab a FREE hot dog, chips and a drink for all attendees! National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promo...
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Thank you for Supporting the Badge

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The Laguna Beach Police Employees' Association would like to thank YOU for your donation, time and committed support during our “Support The Badge” fundraising campaign. Your generous donations will help us support our critically injured officers and their families. Thank you for your generosity and for standing side-by-side with our law enforcement family. Thank YOU for joining our police family and being part of a community team that connects u...
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Join Us In Making a Difference in our Community, Donate Today!

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We would like to thank you for your support of the men and women of the Laguna Beach Police Employees’ Association who protect and serve the community every day.The objective of our Association is to ensure that our membership receives the resources required to better serve and protect the public while also participating in activities and programs that will imporve the quality of life in the City of Laguna Beach. Your generous donation will help ...
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Are you participating in a 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb?

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9/11 Memorial Stair Climbs are a way for the law enforcement family, and the community to honor and remember the firefighters who selflessly gave their lives so that others might live.Learn more about 9/11 Memorial Stair Climbs - Click Belowhttps://www.firehero.org/events/9-11-stair-climbs/
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Honoring a fallen officer, by escorting his son to first day of school

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Indianapolis police officers escorted fallen Southport Lt. Aaron Allan's 6-year-old son to his first day of school August 8th, 2018."We wanted to make sure this year we were here for little Aaron to make sure he got to school safe, just like his dad did about a year ago," said Southport Police Chief Tom Vaughn. "All those police cars down the street, I didn't imagine that many officers coming. We talk about the blue family and today really showed...
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First Responder Miracle in Montana

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‘Miracle’ baby buried alive in Montana woods for 9 hours was saved by a deputy who heard a faint cry - USA Today NetworkIt was about 46 degrees outside when deputies found a 5 month-old baby buried under sticks, leaves, and soil in the woods. "For all of us at the sheriff's office, this is what we call a miracle," police said. To read the full story, click here. Photo provided by Missoula County Sheriff's Office
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How to end the war on Officers

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With police deaths up almost 60% since last year, this video discusses what is in the works for how to end the war on cops. New legislation, more community engagement, and bringing positive news to the forefront are some of the solutions in discussion. To watch the full video, see the link below.http://video.foxnews.com/v/5784427821001/?#sp=show-clips
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Celebrating Police Week 2018

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This year, from May 13th to May 19th, thousands of police officers, law enforcement professionals, friends, family, and survivors, gather in Washington D.C for National Police Week. In 2017 alone, 129 officers were killed in the line of duty. Since 1791, a total of 21,541 officers have lost their lives in the line of duty.One of the most moving ceremonies is the Annual Candlelight Vigil, where the names of fallen officers will be forever etched i...
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NLEOMF report shows trends in law enforcement fatalities

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Taking a closer look at the dangers of being in law enforcement and knowing what has caused several deaths in the line of duty can help officers train more effectively to prevent more deaths in the future. A recent study has been released that outlines the biggest causes of officer deaths. The top 3 findings were that 41% of fatal calls were domestic related, 47% of officers killed in car crashes were not wearing their seat belts, and 5% of offic...
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Thank you for your support

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The Laguna Beach Police Employees’ Association would like to express our gratitude for your overwhelming generosity during our “Red, White, Blue, and YOU” fundraising campaign. We truly live by our campaign slogan “One Nation, One Community, Many Voices, Under the Banner of Unity.”  Together we do make our community a better and safe place to live and work.We are honored to have your continued support, and we pledge to uphold our promises to...
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Help Make a Difference in Our Community!

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On behalf of our officers and our fellow citizens, the Laguna Beach Police Employees’ Association is asking you today for your support. While our nation is facing unprecedented times, we are thankful for our community who has stayed strong and united and we value the support you have shown our officers.   Donate Here Today! The Laguna Beach Police Employees’ Association is dedicated to safety and improving our community, but we need you...
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9-11 Letter

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So often we commemorate the day or memorialize an overwhelming mass tragedy, but lose sight of the individuals, the moments in time, the instances that change our world. The below letter, written to a 9/11 survivor, to the police officer who saved her that day, could easily go out to any Officer in the field today. In instances each and every day, they give of themselves selflessly, without hesitation, in the face of fear. Alongside members from ...
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Tribute 7/7 - Dallas City Hall, July 7th, 2017

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We will gather in remembrance -On the evening of July 7, 2016, the city of Dallas shook as four Dallas Police Officers and one DART Police Officer were fatally shot during an otherwise peaceful march in downtown Dallas. Nine officers and two civilians were also injured throughout the evening. The city rallied together and provided unprecedented support to first-responders and the families affected.Schedules of Events -Throughout Tribute 7/7, the ...
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Getting their attention: The heart behind the badge

Getting their attention: The heart behind the badge
Los Angeles County Sheriff's Cmdr. Mike Parker wrote an eye opening letter depicting his 31 years on the job. The letter shares Parker’s love of the job and the hardships a career in law enforcement can bring.Parker says, “I have buried my friends and seen their children grieve, feeling lost and alone, yet surrounded by a sea of uniforms. I have seen the extreme cruelty that one human being can inflict on another and the incredible kindness of ev...
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HONORING AMERICAN HEROES, PAST AND PRESENT

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Law enforcement officers are people like you and me who want to make a difference. Serving the communities that we all share is just a part of what these humble heroes do. Standing up for those who can not stand up for themselves is just in their blood. Despite the dangers, they proudly put on their uniforms and badges every day, for us.  National Peace Officer’s Memorial Day has become a day for us to unite as a community and to honor those...
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The State of Policing in America Reported by MSNBC

The State of Policing in America Reported by MSNBC
Most of us get up in the morning. go about our days and never think about our local law enforcement officers, unless we hear another negative story on the news.  There is a perception that there are a lot of bad cops out there.  However the reality is that 99.1% of Law Enforcement officers are NOT accused of any misconduct of any kind.   In 2015, 965 civilians were fatally shot by officers, this kind of situation gets the medi...
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Enhancing teachers’ response to active threats

Enhancing teachers’ response to active threats
When you say the words “first responders” who comes to mind? Police, Fireman, EMT? But what about teachers? It is no longer adequate to place all of the responsibility for our children’s safety in the hands of our teachers during an attack and not take the time to properly train them to accomplish that task. Nor is it acceptable to simply tell them, "Lock your classroom door, turn out the lights, hide in a corner and pray that the attacker doesn’...
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