California Governor Gavin Newsom rolled-back orders of opening counties across the state during the COVID-19 pandemic due to a sharp rise in cases. Effective July 13, 2020, ALL counties must close indoor operations in these sectors: Dine-in restaurants Wineries and tasting rooms Movie theaters Family entertainment centers (for example: bowling alleys, miniature golf, batting cages […]
Dear Members: We would like to express our sincere condolences to Anaheim Police Association Sgt. James Griswold and his family on the tragic passing of his son, JD. In an effort to help our law enforcement brother and his family during this difficult time, the Anaheim Police Association’s Executive Board has created the JD Griswold […]
Riots. Fires. Injuries. Death. Deserved or not, one officer’s actions have become the measuring stick applied to the entire law enforcement community, and it is clear that the citizens under police protection are unimpressed. Every single police officer we know says that the reason they decided to enter the law enforcement profession was to help people, to protect people and to be arbiters of justice for the victimized. Such ideology is laudable and should result in professional policing carried out with dignity and respect for human life.
With fear and uncertainty from the COVID-19 pandemic causing panic-buying and empty shelves in stores around the nation, PORAC’s Inland Chapter quickly sprang into action as many of its associations experienced the depletion of valuable items like hand sanitizer, critical to the health and safety of officers and non-sworn personnel who come in contact with countless people on a daily basis.