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San Jose to Hold Historic Vote on Tenant Protections, Evictions By Jennifer Wadsworth @jennwadsworth / April 17, 2017

Danielle Pirslin, a three-year tenant in the unique position of having been a landlord in the past not-too-distant, decided to fight back. Armed with proof that Waterloo had been pocketing extra money by overcharging for garbage, water and sewage, she demanded arbitration. She also began organizing other tenants, telling them to take her lead and file claims with the city. The newly formed Waterloo Apartments Tenants Association has since won back close to $100,000. To battle the remaining claims, Waterloo hired an attorney, who has yet to respond for a request for comment.

End of Watch, June 2015 Nine officers lost their lives in June

This last month was a tragic reminder that our most prevalent threat in law enforcement is with vehicle operations. From single vehicle crashes and being struck by a vehicle to pursuits, June reminds us all that for close to 20 years our profession has dealt with a shift in danger from predominantly firearm related line of duty deaths to vehicle related. 
We lost two heroes in June during pursuit operations. We have averaged just four pursuit deaths a year for the last decade so this is high for a monthly total but we should remind ourselves of the extreme dangers that vehicle pursuits present to our profession.

“Laura Perez Memorial Fund”


Dear Community Member,

As you might expect, everyone here at the Escondido Police Department is overwhelmed with grief by the death of one of our newest members Officer Laura Perez. In times of tragedy, law enforcement always comes together to meet any challenge. In this case, the tragedy is ours, and we vow to do anything necessary to support Laura’s family during this difficult time. In order to meet this challenge, EPOA will needs your help. We have begun accepting monetary donations from the public that will go directly to Officer Perez’ family to assist them with funeral expenses and to support her 4 year old daughter Suzeth.
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