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Ornament Honoring 10-Year-Old New Jersey Boy To Be Added To Fallen Officer Christmas Tree

Christmas tree in SJ honors fallen police officers


SAN JOSE, Calif. — 
On Friday ornaments with the names of fallen peace officers from as far away as Texas were placed on a Christmas tree in San Jose that a local police organization hopes will become an annual tradition.Volunteers from the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 52 of San Jose decorated the holiday tree with the names of about 30 officers during the annual Christmas in the Park event at the Plaza de Cesar Chavez in downtown San Jose.Bobby Lopez, the lodge's president, said this is first year the lodge is sponsoring a "Fallen Officers" tree honoring officers killed while on duty anywhere in the country

Fraternal Order of Police President Robert Lopez on KBAY Radio for Fallen Officers Christmas Tree

President Robert Lopez Interview on 94.5 KBay radio
Our Fallen Officers Tree at San Jose Christmas in the park
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San Jose motorcycle cop hurt in crash with vehicle

SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- A San Jose police officer is in serious condition after he was thrown from his motorcycle after colliding with a car. The accident happened at the corner of 4th and Empire streets, just north of downtown San Jose in a mostly residential neighborhood.

It appears that the motorcycle officer and the sedan were both going southbound on 4th Street. There was extensive damage near the driver's side front tire, indicating the motorcycle may have been overtaking it.
Phuong Ton was inside her market nearby when she heard the collision make a large bang.

San Jose: Motorcycle officer injured in downtown crash

SAN JOSE -- A motorcycle officer was taken to the hospital with serious injuries Friday after colliding with a car north of downtown, according to the San Jose Police Department.

The crash was reported about 11:30 a.m. just south of the intersection of North Fourth and Empire streets, police spokeswoman Sgt. Heather Randol said. A witness said the injured officer, a 13-year police veteran, was initially unresponsive right after the crash before he was placed into an ambulance.

The full extent of injuries to the officer, whose name was not released, was not immediately known.

PTSD - Law Enforcement's Well Kept Secret

You’re a police officer. We dedicate our life to fighting crime and helping those in need.  We don't do it for the pay.  We do it because we love our job and the difference we can make for the good of all.  We do it to put the bad guys away, while trying to keep society safe.  At times facing down death.  We willingly put our lives on the line for those we serve to protect.

You wear your uniform and your badge proudly.  After several years on the job you see the worst that the human race has to offer.

AG Approves Measure B Lawsuit Citing NBC Investigation

Attorney General Kamala Harris has authorized the Police Officers' Association's lawsuit filed against the City of San Jose over Measure B to move forward; the lawsuit cites an NBC Bay Area investigation. 
The lawsuit claims the city did not negotiate with unions in good faith before putting Measure B (the mayor's pension reform measure) on the ballot last June. It also claims the city  refused to return to the bargaining table after the city's financial outlook improved and that the city deliberately overstated future pension liabilities to exaggerate the need for pension reform and rally support for Measure B.

San Jose's Pension Reform Battle Goes Statewide

On Wednesday, Oct 16, 2013 Damian trujillo reports
The lines have been drawn for what promises to be a bruising statewide battle on pension reform.

Coalitions began forming today to fight San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed's efforts for a statewide constitutional amendment to implement pension reform throughout California.

Four other California mayors have also signed on.
Reed says it's necessary to change the California Constitution. "It's something that desperately needs to be done because skyrocketing retirement costs are squeezing cities and cutting services," Reed said.

What is the Emblem stand for?










Emblem has a lot to tell about what we stand for. The Fraternal Order of Police emblem is a five-pointed star. According to the FOP:
 
The five-cornered star tends to remind us of the allegiance we owe to our Flag and is a symbol of the authority with which we are entrusted. It is an honor the people we serve bestow upon us. They place their confidence and trust in us; serve them proudly.

 Midway between the points and center of the star is a blue field representative of the thin blue line protecting those we serve.

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