OC Register The costs for cities contracting with Sheriff’s Department can’t go down much further, study finds Photo: The 13 cities that contract with the Orange County Sheriff’s Department have conducted a study looking into the annual rising costs of the department’s contract. (Photo by David Bro, Orange County Register/SCNG) By JEONG PARK | firstname.lastname@example.org | Orange County RegisterPUBLISHED: April […]
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.
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.
Governor Edmund G. Brown, Jr. has signed Assembly Bill (AB) 1749 into law. AB 1749 clarifies that fully sworn peace officers can file a claim for workers’ compensation benefits if, while in the midst of pursuit, apprehension, protection or preservation of life or property within or out of the state, the officer suffers injury, disability or death. This is a bill AOCDS proudly sponsors and has been fighting for in the legislature since the Las Vegas mass shooting nearly one year ago.
Today, Assemblymember Tom Daly (D-Anaheim), Chairman of the Assembly Insurance Committee, introduced AB 1749, a bill AOCDS is proudly sponsoring. AB 1749 would clarify that fully-sworn peace officers can file a claim for workers’ compensation benefits if, while in the midst of pursuit, apprehension, protection or preservation of life or property within or out of the state, the officer suffers injury, disability or death.
From ordering Baby Back Ribs to giving back, the Association of Orange County Deputy Sheriffs is holding a Give Back Night at two Orange County Chili’s locations to benefit the AOCDS Memorial Fund. On Tuesday, August 22nd, patrons are invited to come to Chili’s Grill & Bar in Aliso Viejo and Yorba Linda between the hours of 11 a.m. and 10 p.m. When diners present the attached flyer, 15% of every bill (including take-out orders) will go towards the AOCDS Memorial Fund.