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Help support the Barolet family

Help support the Barolet family

The Glendale Police Officers’ Association is asking for your help with one of our own. Officer Daniel Barolet’s 1 year old daughter, Tesa, was involved in an incident at daycare which left her with severe burns on her hand. She was originally transported to Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, then transferred to Grossman Burn Center in West Hills, CA. Daniel’s daughter received her first surgery in the first few days following the incident, her second today, 8/11/17, and will likely have to have a third surgery and skin graft in the near future.…continue reading →
No Prop 62 Yes Prop 66

No Prop 62 Yes Prop 66

Voters support reform of California’s death penalty. It has become ineffective because of waste, delays, and inefficiencies. Fixing it will save California taxpayers millions of dollars every year, assure due process protections for those sentenced to death and promote justice for murder victims and their families. Death row inmates have murdered over 1,000 victims, including 226 children and 43 police officers; 294 victims were raped and/or tortured. It’s time California reformed our death penalty process so it works. This initiative will ensure justice for both victims and defendants by reforming the appeals process,…continue reading →
NO 57

NO 57

Proposition 57 rolls back years of progress made in fighting crime and protecting victims in California.Prop. 57 allows violent, dangerous and adult career criminals to be released from prison early, including those convicted of: Rape by intoxication Rape of an unconscious person Human trafficking involving sex act with minors Drive-by shooting Assault with a deadly weapon Taking a hostage Domestic violence involving trauma Supplying a firearm to a gang member Lewd acts upon a child Hate crime causing physical injury Failing to register as a sex offender Arson causing great bodily injury Felon obtaining a firearm Discharging a firearm…continue reading →
In Memory of Our Fallen Officers

In Memory of Our Fallen Officers:

Sergeant Al Lopez - Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department- October 24, 2016 / Deputy Sheriff Jack Hopkins - Modoc County Sheriff's Department - October 19, 2016 / Officer Lesley Zerebny - Palm Springs Police Department- October 8, 2016 / Officer Gil Vega - Palm Springs Police Department -October 8, 2016 / Sergeant Steve Owen - Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department- October 5, 2016

The Glendale Police Officers' Association would like to offer our thoughts and prayers to all the family and friends affected. Please help support the families in need.

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