The 5.11 Tactical/AOCDS Discount Week and Fundraising Event is in full swing and continues through this Friday, November 10th. 5.11 Tactical features clothing, gear and accessories for law enforcement, public safety and military personnel. Its wide selection of merchandise for men and women has expanded to include fitness, footwear, backpacks and more.
The Orange County Sheriff’s Department (OCSD) and the Association of Orange County Deputy Sheriffs (AOCDS) are collaborating on a major donation to the Harris County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) in Houston, Texas. Thanks to donor Paul Musco of SKITS, LLC in Santa Ana, the two agencies were able to fill a 26-foot box truck with public safety equipment and emergency supplies to be delivered directly to the HCSO.
National Night Out is observed annually on the first Tuesday in August. It’s a campaign that promotes partnerships between police agencies and communities.
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.
Join OCSD – Yorba Linda Police Services for Coffee With A Cop. It’s a great opportunity to meet the peace officers who protect you, your family and your property. If you have a public safety question or community issue, this is your chance to have one on one conversations with Orange County Sheriff’s Department deputies. This is NOT an AOCDS-sponsored event.
Come meet the deputies who protect you, your family and your property… and grab a slice! Yorba Linda Police Services invites you to come share casual conversation and ask them questions about public safety in your community. Space is limited. To reserve a spot, contact Crime Prevention Specialist Kara Taylor at 714-779-7098, extension 108.
Association of Orange County Deputy Sheriffs parts of coalition that pushed for its passage. Today Governor Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill 230, which requires law enforcement officers to be trained in techniques to reduce the need for deadly force. The bill was authored by State Senator Anna Caballero (D-Salinas).
Today at their regularly scheduled board meeting, the Orange County Board of Supervisors, by a unanimous vote, adopted a resolution allowing Orange County employed peace officers who were injured at the October 2017 mass shooting event in Las Vegas, NV, access to workers compensation benefits.