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"It's a great experience to see the looks on the kids' faces," said First Deputy Navarro in video posted by the Chicago Police Department.

"It's a great experience to see the looks on the kids' faces," said First Deputy Navarro in video posted by the Chicago Police Department.

Small Appreciation Gift Ideas for your Local Police Department As the wife of a law enforcement officer I get asked all the time what are some appreciation gifts police officers like during the holidays. First, I think it’s amazing that people show their support for our first responders. There are tons of people out there thatContinue Reading...

Small Appreciation Gift Ideas for your Local Police Department

Small Appreciation Gift Ideas for your Local Police Department As the wife of a law enforcement officer I get asked all the time what are some appreciation gifts police officers like during the holidays. First, I think it’s amazing that people show their

Stray Dog Walks Into Police Station, Gets A Job

Stray Dog Walks Into Police Station, Gets A Job

Dogs do relieve stress. My university brings dogs in during finals week for students to pet and play with

NYPD officer buys boots for barefoot homeless man - http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/lookout/nypd-boots-homeless-man-photo-145219581.html

NYPD officer photographed giving boots to barefoot homeless man melts icy hearts online

NYPD officer photographed giving boots to barefoot homeless man melts icy hearts online.a passerby happened to witness this selfless at of kindness and snapped a photo on their phone.

Act of Kindness: Officer John Holder of the DeSoto, Police Department was 73-year-old Dorothy Shepard braved the Thanksgiving shopping crowds at a Walmart store in DeSoto

Cop befriends woman, 73, and helps her shop for food

Act of Kindness: Officer John Holder of the DeSoto, Police Department was Dorothy Shepard braved the Thanksgiving shopping crowds at a Walmart store in DeSoto

Faith In Humanity Restored – 11 Pics

Faith In Humanity Restored – 11 Pics<<< aw (I love the fact that the little boy dressed up as Lloyd

Many have heard of a campaign to do 26 acts of kindness to honor the 26 victims of the Newtown, Conn. shooting. Well, a Tuscaloosa dog trainer heard about it, and she is well on her way to doing some good. Heather "Red" Litz Wwner of Tuscaloosa K9 Camp is giving away 26 trained dogs for a special cause. "We hired some trainers from St. Louis who came down to help me train 26 service dogs to donate. Twenty-five personal dogs and one police department dog," Litz said.

A Tuscaloosa dog trainer is giving away 26 service dogs as part of the larger 26 acts of kindness movement honoring the Newtown, Conn.

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