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Thanks For Being Like A Dad

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Anthony Nolan, a police officer in New London, Connecticut, regularly reads books to children in the area. But recently he was injured on the job and took some time out for recovery. And one of those kids that he reads to had something to say about it: “My mom says [you're] hurt. I’m sad because you can’t read to me. I don’t have a dad — only you read to me,” the boy explained. “Thanks [for] being like a dad…

A Home For A Night

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A mother and her baby showed up at the police station in Hyattsville, Maryland, survivors of alleged domestic abuse. They arrived hungry and homeless. Cpl. Che’ Atkinson called a distant relative of the woman’s to come get her and her baby, but when he arrived back at the station the next morning, the woman and her baby were still there. So the kind officer found a car seat for the baby, then loaded the mother and her baby in his…

A Tire & A Terrific Act Of Good

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In Holland, Ohio, Cortney Bennett was having a bad day: “I almost got fired on the first day of my new job because my car wasn’t starting; after work I decided to go to Tireman,” she explained. When the mechanic told Cortney the repairs needed would cost $100, she walked out of the shop with tears in her eyes, knowing she couldn’t afford it. A police officer who had taken his department vehicle to the same shop for servicing, noted…

There’s Always Time for Good…Even In The Cold

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True kindness isn’t just about doing Good for other humans, but for all things, including animals. Kansas City knows that pretty well, since one of their own police officers was recently caught doing Good. A police officer on a motorcycle, who wishes to remain anonymous (we understand!), is considered a hero after reuniting two lost dogs with their owners. Another officer pulled up on the scene to find the cop sitting in the cold on the side of the road,…

GOOD TO THE END – ONE POLICE OFFICER’S FINAL ACT OF KINDNESS

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All Officer Jeremy Henwood did was buy a bag of cookies for a young boy. Neither of them could have known that kind gesture was the last thing the San Diego Policeman would ever do. Minutes later, Henwood was shot to death in his patrol car in what appears to have been an unprovoked attack. But his final, simple act of kindness has forever changed the boy who was the last person to talk with the officer. Young Damian Tinsley…