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Our annual fundraiser is back! We would like to thank you for your support of the men and women of our Police Association who protect us each and every day. A police officer’s job can be stressful and demanding, but we take great pride in helping our fellow citizens whenever we get the chance. It’s not just our job, it’s our honor to serve.  

Please join in our mission, and support the men and women of law enforcement, Donate Here!

Our officers frequently go into harm’s way to protect our community and defend our freedoms. When an officer is critically injured and their family needs support, WE are there. Our law enforcement Association provides the necessary support for medical bills, funeral expenses, and other critical needs. We stand by our officers and their families in times of need, and we are hoping you will stand side-by-side with us as partners.

YOUR generous donation will also help us support our community through programs like community outreach, little leagues, families in need, and other worthy causes. Click here to learn more about our efforts to improve our community.

That’s why we are asking for your Help, Please Donate Today!


YOU can join our police family and be part of a community team that connects us all!

Thank YOU for your time, your donation, and your committed support!

Highest Regards,
Redlands Police Officers' Association

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Cops for Kids Fly-In

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On October 16, 2018, your Redlands Police Department participated in the 20th annual Cops for Kids Fly-in at Loma Linda University Children's Hospital. The event involved agencies from throughout Southern California and included all aspects of law enforcement. During the event, five (5) law enforcement helicopters landed in the North courtyard of the hospital and surrounding them were SWAT armored vehicles, police motors, K-9's, EOD robots and several police cars. The purpose of the display is to allow children receiving treatment at the hospital the opportunity to come outside, look at police equipment and visit with 200 plus officers/deputies in attendance. Unfortunately, not all kids can come outside. To rectify this problem, officers and deputies break into small groups and go visit the individual wards within the hospital, delivering a toy to each child. Representing RPD this year were several people (sworn, non-sworn, and volunteers) and each had an opportunity to visit with many children. This is by far one of the most humbling and rewarding events that we participate in and we are honored to represent RPD.

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Along with 12 bags of toys, RPOA donated $200 to help in supporting costs associated with putting on such a large event. We thank Riverside Police Department for the invitation to participate and we look forward to partnering with them next year.

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Pink Patch Festivities

We spent the month of October raising money and awareness for breast cancer!

One of our events was teaming up with Blue Collar Athletics to hand out some lucky pink socks to our local pop football team. It also gave us an opportunity to talk to these young men and show our support for our community.

Additionally, we sold 2018 RPOA Breast Cancer Awareness Shirts at Pathway Church and at the Believe Walk finish line. Last year we sold out of almost every size.

We are grateful for your continued support! With your help, we can continue to put cuffs on cancer! 

 

 

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Supporting Thrive Single Moms

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We are grateful for the opportunity to give back to our community in many ways. One evening, several members of Team 6 purchased items to help Thrive Single Moms and the great cause that they support.

Interested in helping us to extend our impact? Donate to the Redlands Police Officer's Association today! 

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Back2School Jam

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Bicycles for the Back2School Jam - Backpack Give Away and Bike Safety are loaded up and ready! The purchase of 26 bikes was made possible by the Redlands Police Officer's Foundation, Ride Yourself Fit, and Walmart Redlands. Walmart employees Jacklyn, Jae (pictured) and Alex helped out with the bike purchase. Rudy Lozano, Redlands Police Department Citizens Volunteer also helped out with the heavy lifting. Corinne Lane, RPD Community Service Officer helped coordinate the pick up of items for tomorrow's giveaway!

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