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National FOP President addresses St. Louis Rams’ “Hands-up Don’t shoot” stunt

See President Chuck Canturbury’s letters to the NFL and the NFL Players Association after the St. Louis Rams gesture “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot.”

Chuck Canterbury to NFLPA

Chuck Canterbury to NFL

 

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Scholarship Awarded

Members of the Red Rose Lodge #16 Fraternal Order of Police scholarship committee (Antonio Cerase – far left, and Chris McKim – far right)  present the 2nd Annual Bill Bitz Memorial Scholarship to Kaitlin O’Hanlon of Ephrata.  Kaitlin is daughter to Brother Sean O’Hanlon.

This scholarship is for $2,000 – distributed in 2 – $1,000 installments.  It is contingent upon an excellent GPA and the pursuit of a law enforcement related field of study.

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Easter (and better weather) is Around the Corner

Be a good egg and buckle up!

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Never Forget

9-11-13

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Happy Independence Day

For those of you celebrating, please celebrate safely.

For those of you on duty – stay safe!

Uncle Sam 2013

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Memorial Day 2013

Remembering those who gave up all they had.

Flags Are Placed At Arlington National Cemetery Graves

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We continue the mission and honor those who have given their lives.

Police week

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John J. Mentzer, Jr., Rest in Peace

Brother John J. Mentzer, Jr., 71, retired Lancaster City Police Sargent, of West Lampeter, Lancaster, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, April 24, 2013 in Bethany Beach, DE with his wife, by his side. He was born in Lancaster to the late John J. and Frieda (Shoff) Mentzer.

 

John J. Mentzer, Jr..

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Never Forget.

Never Forget
(Photo: REUTERS/David Handschuh)

 

Courtesy of Bullard Publishing
http://www.nogreaterloveart.com/difference.html

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Happy Independence Day

Freedom isn’t free.

On this, a great holiday, the website staff would like to wish all of you a happy 4th.  For those of you who can spend it off doing whatever it is that you do, remember to celebrate responsibly.  For those of you who will be working yet another holiday to keep the citizens safe – remember to stay safe yourselves.

Most important, get home safely.  When confronted with a dangerous suspect, remember:

“NOT TODAY!”


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