Matt Gabrino ran the full 160 miles across the state, starting at the Fallen Heroes Monument in Oakland County and working his way west, ending Thursday at the Protectors Monument in front of the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office in West Olive.

Come enjoy a delicious meal served to you by local law enforcement and help raise money for the Special Olympics Orange County. 20% of sales during the event will be donated.

After lengthy negotiations, we are pleased to announce that the Association of Orange County Deputy Sheriffs (AOCDS) and Orange County Board of Supervisors have reached an agreement to introduce an innovative workers’ compensation Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) program. This will give our county law enforcement officers and deputies the health care they deserve while helping Orange County save taxpayer dollars.

National Night Out is observed annually on the first Tuesday in August. It’s a campaign that promotes partnerships between police agencies and communities.

Giddy up and hop on your hogs, but leave your horses at home. This is a rodeo like no other. The Annual Police Motorcycle Training and Skills Competition is in its 46th year and draws officers from all across the western states.

The Orange County Police Canine Association presents the 30th Annual Police K-9 Demonstration. Don’t miss the vendor fair followed by the K-9 Demonstration, in which about 60 K-9 teams are scheduled to perform.

This year’s Law Enforcement Association Leadership Symposium (LEALS) brings you insight into topics such as Association Alliances, High Profile Criminal Trials, Negotiations, Use of Force, Leadership & Succession Planning, and so much more.

Get your tickets now for the “coolest” law enforcement event of the year. The Anaheim Ducks go head to head against the San Jose Sharks on Law Enforcement Appreciation Night. This event honors the men and women of law enforcement for all they do all year round.

The AOCDS Pipe Band has been incredibly busy performing at all kinds of events. The band is currently looking for new members to help them accommodate all the requests. Do you have what it takes? Watch our recruitment video at for what you need to know… and be sure to share it with all your law enforcement and civilian acquaintances.

Community members and law enforcement officers come together across the country for a blend of coffee and conversation. This is a great way to have one on one time with officers, ask questions about public safety, chat about what’s happening in your town, build relationships and enjoy a cup of Joe.