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- Get my good side... I need a new profile picture 😄😄😄
- I want to thank everyone who has reached out to check on me during this time. This man right here was not only my partner but he was also my best friend. This past month has been a complete nightmare and I have been struggling to put things into perspective. The downside is that I still have a business to run however I have continued to ship packages and show love to those who continue to support me. Suicide is REAL.Depression is REAL. If you know someone who may be struggling please try to get them help. Working in law enforcement is a stress filled job. We deal with so many things on a daily basis. This man meant everything to me and was a pillar in the LGBT community. Not only was he a liaison, he was also a mentor. He was a son, a brother, a friend, a nephew, a uncle and many more. I encourage you all to get your mental health in order. Join a support group. Get you a therapist. Workout. Go to church. Keep a journal. Live everyday like it’s your last. Lastly SPEAK even if your voice SHAKES. 👮🏾♀️❤️❤️❤️❤️ #love #beauty #thinblueline #backtheblue #police #starbucks #suicideprevention #suicide #dunkindonuts #policewomen #pridemonth #pride #lgbt #policemen #womeninuniform #fashion #entrepreneur #womensfashion #sheriff #deputy #livepd
- 🤦♂️ Update, July 17: The ordinance about gender-neutral language in Berkeley’s municipal code was approved at City Council on Tuesday as part of the consent calendar. Original story, July 16: The Berkeley City Council is scheduled to vote Tuesday night on an ordinance that would eliminate masculine and feminine pronouns from the city’s municipal code, changing gender-specific language to gender-neutral language.
The item proposes a revision to the grammatical interpretation of Berkeley’s municipal code, which now mostly uses masculine pronouns. It would switch “he” and “she” to “they” and “them” and assume they/them indicates a single individual, “unless the context indicates the contrary.” The rationale for this change states: “Amending the municipal code to include gender-neutral pronouns by eliminating any gender preference language within the municipal code will promote equality.”
The measure would also change other terminology. “Manhole” would be changed to “maintenance hole,” “manpower” would be changed to “human effort” and “sorority” or “fraternity” would be changed to “collegiate Greek system residence,” according to the ordinance. In addition, gendered terms in the existing code such as he, she, him, her, himself, herself would be switched to specific nouns such as the architect, the attorney, the council member, the clerk, the driver and more. This item originally appeared on council’s March 12 agenda and was sponsored by City Council members Rigel Robinson, Cheryl Davila, Ben Bartlett and Lori Droste. Officials referred the item back to staff to be fleshed out more. The financial implications of the change to the city code are relatively minimal, with a report by City Clerk Mark Numainville estimating it will cost $600 to get the city’s publisher, Code Publishing Comp
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- K-9 Team Profile ⠀
Deputy Carlson and K-9 Aloijs. Pronounced Al-o-wees ⠀
Designator Sam 473⠀
Deputy Carlson grew up in the White mountains of Arizona. He moved to Tucson after earning a bachelors degree in criminology from Benedictine College. Deputy Carlson has been a deputy since June 2006 and in the K-9 unit since December 2014. Prior to k-9 deputy Carlson had been in Patrol, DUI , Motors and worked at the training center. Deputy Carlson assist the department in training as a general instructor, DUI instructor, Defensive Tactics and High Risk Stop instructor. ⠀
K-9 Aloijs is amlost 9 years old. Aloijs is a Belgian Malinois from the Netherlands and was purchased in Louisiana. Aloijs has been with PCSD since December 2014. Aloijs is a dual purpose k-9, certified through NPCA. Since being certified, Aloijs has conducted several building and area searches successfully locating and apprehending several dangerous fleeing suspects. Aloijs has assisted SWAT on high risk missions, and conducted narcotic searches of buildings and vehicles all within Pima county. When at home enjoying his day off, Aloijs like to chase his KONG and play with the other members of the family. ⠀
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- Be bold. Be you. 😎 🐊. Don't try to be someone you're not just to try and fit in. Stand out in a crowd!
- Throw back Thursday to when I got Maced 🤦🏽♂️🤦🏽♂️ worst feeling in the world
- I’m not sorry. Thank you for all you do, get home safe.🙌 - Also a big thank you to all the people who help support our men and women who defend and protect those in need.
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- We would like to thank everyone that took time to donate to Bella and her family over the past two weeks. The family is very appreciative of the support. Along with her mother, a few members stopped by her summer camp today to hand deliver some gift cards that had been donated to her. They also told her that we had one more surprise for her...stay tuned! #ourHPD #bella
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