CaliforniaWildfires - What You Can Do To Help

The Law Enforcement Family stands proud and united. Many fellow officers have been deeply impacted by the California wildfires and they need our support. PORAC has a wildfire relief fund set up to help.

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'He died a hero': Ventura County Sheriff Sgt. Ron Helus killed in Thousand Oaks shooting

Sheriff Sgt. Ron Helus "died a hero" after being shot by a gunman who killed 11 others at Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks, California.

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Bombing suspect allegedly targeted cops during Nia Wilson march at Oakland BART station

OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- ABC7 News has learned that Oakland police have arrested a bombing suspect who is charged with targeting officers during a huge march in July to protest the fatal stabbing of Nia Wilson at a BART station.

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Violence in the Wake of First Friday Yet Again

Gun battle on Oakland downtown street at First Friday event

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OPOA Members Kick-off 2018 “Pink Patch Project” for the month of October

Oakland, California: October marks the kick off of the 2018 “Pink Patch Project” that members of the Oakland Police Department (OPD) are taking part in with 330 public safety agencies throughout the United States.

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Nearly 100 vehicles towed from multiple Oakland sideshows; 2 officers injured

OAKLAND, Calif. (KTVU/BCN) - Oakland police towed 100 cars, issued numerous citations and made two arrests following large sideshow activity in East Oakland early Sunday morning.

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Paramedics Honored For Coming to the Aid of Oakland Police Officer Under Attack

OAKLAND – This morning Oakland Police Officers and Paramedics Plus employees joined together at the Oakland Police Officers’ Association to honor three paramedics with “Big Willie Whitley” Citizenship Awards for aiding an Oakland Police Officer in apprehending a violent suspect last month.

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Warriors Ball Boy to Oakland Police Deputy Chief

LeRonne Armstrong Oakland Police Department Deputy Chief of Police

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