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Meet the Anaheim PD’s Robbery & Assault Detail

From Behind The Badge: Meet the members of the Anaheim PD’s tight-knit Robbery & Assault Detail By Greg Hardesty On a recent weekday morning, detectives and co-workers on the Anaheim PD’s Robbery & Assault Detail were standing at their workstations, their attention intensely focused on a… Forty-foot golf putt. The shot was too hard, and the ball pinged off a ...

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Moreno: Anaheim Police “Shouldn’t Collaborate” With Federal Immigration Authorities

In an interview with a local progressive Internet program, District 3 Councilman Jose F. Moreno said the Anaheim Police Department should “work for the people” and therefore “it shouldn’t collaborate with immigration” and “federal agencies that really don’t seek to sustain people’s ways of lives.” Appearing on ITZ Happening on July 9, an Internet program hosted by two local left-wing ...

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Cha-Ching: Anaheim Settling Hostile Workplace Claim By Now-Retired Police Chief Raul Quezada for $750,000

Anaheim taxpayers will pay newly-retired Police Chief Raul Quezada $750,000 to settle the hostile workplace claim he filed this summer, as part of his retirement package. In August of this year, the Anaheim Police Association – which represents rank-and-file officers – overwhelmingly voted “no confidence” in Quezada. The chief subsequently filed his complaint accusing other sworn and civilian city staff ...

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UPDATED: Moreno Alleges Anaheim Police Officers Misleading the Public About Enforcing Anti-Camping Law

As the Santa Ana River homeless village grows and Anaheim residents are increasingly denied use of their parks by the presence of homeless campers, enforcement of the city’s anti-camping is a front-burner issue. A group of residents launched an online petition on Tuesday demanding enforcement of anti-camping laws; it has already garnered more than 4,000 signatures. District 3 Councilman Jose ...

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Chief Quezada Responds To Police Union Vote of “No Confidence”

Anaheim Police Chief Raul Quezada has released this response to the “no confidence” vote by the Anaheim Police Association: Statement from Anaheim Police Chief Raul Quezada Unfortunately, Anaheim PD has not been immune to the issues facing police departments across the nation during these turbulent times. In 2012, following days of unrest, we embarked on an ambitious-but-necessary journey to rebuild ...

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Councilman Moreno Honored By Anaheim Police Critics

Anaheim Insider here. I noted earlier this month that District 3 Councilman Jose F, Moreno has changed his tune, at least superficially, about the Anaheim Police Department and staffing levels. While Candidate Moreno dismissed the idea that more police led to greater public safety, Councilman Moreno is very worried that Anaheim police staffing levels aren’t high enough. This past weekend, ...

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The “Ferguson Effect” and A New Nationwide Crime Wave

Heather MacDonald of the Manhattan Institute published what ought to be a must-read column on the “new crime wave.” She makes a convincing case that the underlying cause is the anti-police movement that is causing police to pull back from the proven methods like “broken windows” policing, which in turn has emboldened criminals. The New Nationwide Crime Wave The consequences ...

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Incident Caught On Body Camera Is A Reminder The Police Aren’t The Problem

As readers know, the Anaheim Police Department has begun outfitting officers with body cameras this spring. The strident anti-police activists who regularly castigate Anaheim police welcome this as a restraint on police, because they view Anaheim polices officers as racist brutes in search of young Latino males to shoot, and thus in need of restraint. However, a recent incident involving a body ...

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