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Our annual fundraiser is back! We would like to thank you for your support of the men and women of our Police Association who protect us each and every day. A police officer’s job can be stressful and demanding, but we take great pride in helping our fellow citizens whenever we get the chance. It’s not just our job, it’s our honor to serve.  

Please join in our mission, and support the men and women of law enforcement, Donate Here!

Our officers frequently go into harm’s way to protect our community and defend our freedoms. When an officer is critically injured and their family needs support, WE are there. Our law enforcement Association provides the necessary support for medical bills, funeral expenses, and other critical needs. We stand by our officers and their families in times of need, and we are hoping you will stand side-by-side with us as partners.

YOUR generous donation will also help us support our community through programs like community outreach, little leagues, families in need, and other worthy causes. Click here to learn more about our efforts to improve our community.

That’s why we are asking for your Help, Please Donate Today!


YOU can join our police family and be part of a community team that connects us all!

Thank YOU for your time, your donation, and your committed support!

Highest Regards,
Coronado Police Officers Association

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Are you participating in a 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb?

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Are you participating in a 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb?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 Stair Climbs

https://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 we are a true family."

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https://www.wthr.com/article/police-officers-escort-lt-allans-son-first-day-school
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55TH NATIONAL POLICE WEEK

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May 2017 marks the 55th year by which our nation will pay tribute to the men and women of our local, state and federal peace officers. National Police Week is an annual event, conceived from “Police Day”, which was created in 1962, when President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation, designating May 15 as a time in which our nation would pause, gather, and most of all, to remember, those brave men and women who gave their final breath for the sake of justice.

In the years and decades to follow, memorials, unity tours, candlelight vigils and events alike began to take form, and as such, National Police Week was birthed in our nation’s capital. This event has become for many, a reminder of who and what law enforcement is truly centered, sacrifice. Sacrifice not just of time and body, but sometimes of much much more. Sometimes this profession requires our nation’s heroes to give their last full measure of devotion, to the communities by which they have sworn to protect.

Therefore, as “Police Week” approaches, and the thousands of law enforcement officers descend on Washington, D.C. for the 2017 ceremonies, we’d encourage you to take the time to thank your local men and women who don the uniform, and carry the badge each day; tell them you care, and let them know their service makes a difference. Encourage your sons and daughters to extend their hand, and just say “thanks”. That kind word may be just what that officer needed, and may also be the very last, they ever receive, as they pat that child on the head, wave goodbye and head off to handle that call for service, on our behalf...

To Learn more about Police Week Click Here

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INTERNET AND WEBSITE SAFETY TIPS

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Though there have been many scares about what can happen to children or teenagers on the internet, adults should be safe as well. There is no limit to the amount of risk adults come in contact with such as sexual predators, criminals who are seeking out your personal information on social networking sites, buying habits, frequently used sites, and many others.

Here are some tips to help prevent you from being a target:

Do not share things such as email addresses, usernames and passwords.
Do not use usernames or passwords that include your name, birthdate, important numbers, or where you live.
Keep your location safe. Never share where you live or where you are with anyone. It is important to keep the locations of others safe as well.
Do not share photos of you or your family members.
Do not use numbers that are personally identifiable such as your driver’s license number, wedding date, VIN numbers, locker combination, social security number, or any other type of number that can help predators identify you.

These preventions can be applied to all aspects of web use for communicating online, socializing, sharing images, gaming, purchasing products, identity theft, fraud, and others.

For Kids:
Never give out personal information such as where you live, your name, and your phone number when in a chat room.
Never send a picture of yourself without a parent’s permission.
Do not continue speaking with a person that has made you feel scared or uncomfortable. Tell a parent if this happens.
Without your parent's permission, don’t meet someone or have them visit you.
Do not trust anyone, they could be lying to you.
To be safe, keep the computer in a room used often by family members.
Speak out when you are being bullied. Telling an adult is not a sign of weakness. Tell a trusted adult if you are being bullied.

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