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Letter Supporting Retired LBPD Sergeant Abel Dominguez! Opposition of Parole for Nathan Sims

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CLICK HERE TO PRINT AND SIGN PAROLE OPPOSITION LETTER On August 6, 1993, Nathan Sims shot Long Beach Police Sergeant Abel Dominguez during a traffic stop.  Abel was gravely injured, but ultimately survived the attack.  Abel suffered catastrophic injuries resulting in permanent disabilities. On November 10, 2020, Sims will be going before the Parole Baord again for consideration of an early release from his life sentence.  We need your help in opposing this early release.  Sim...
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CALL TO ACTION - Proposed Budget Cuts to the Long Beach Police Department - August 12, 2020

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Let Your Voice Be HeardThere are several ways to share your opinion about the PROPOSED CUTS TO LBPD in the budget. Call or email your elected representative in the City of Long Beach: Mayor Robert GarciaCity-wide (map)(562) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Councilmember Mary Zendejas1st District (map)(562) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Councilmember Jeannine Pearce2nd District (map)(562) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Councilmember Suzie Price3rd District (map)(5...
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Misleading Press Photos

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We are aware that on Monday, a social media picture taken by a member of the crowd went viral. This picture appeared to show a police officer pointing a less lethal launcher at a child.  HOWEVER, the perceptions some are making about this picture are incorrect and it has led to a false narrative. We want to point out that two other news sources were in the crowd at that moment witnessing the events. Both of those news sources have posted on social media that the image you see in t...
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2020 Richard A. Rose Career Achievement Award

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Congratulations to Officer Cris Costa for being selected as the recipient of the 2020 Richard A. Rose Career Achievement Award.  Cris is a 27-year veteran of the Long Beach Police Department and one of the founding members of our Mental Evaluation Team (MET).  He has spent his career dealing with some of the most sensitive and difficult human crisis issues imaginable. During the luncheon, we will also be presenting the LBPOA Honorary's 2019 Award for Police Excellence to Officer Guy Pa...
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