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March 04, 2009

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A very interesting entry indeed. Every time I pick up the paper I keep hearing what a bad thing policing skid row is. It kinda made me think the worst of whatever was going on down there. I was there years ago just driving through and it looked like a war zone. I drove through last week and could actually see down the street, and wasn't as afraid to park and take in the change. I think hearing about this from an officers perspective is refreshing. It sounds like at least some cops really do love helping people.

I really agree with his thoughts on how certain people could really care less about people, and are more concerned about shoving their world view down peoples throats. I'm trying to think of who would be against people having clean safe streets.
They would have to be some pretty cold hearted individuals.

Is there a way I could help out the homeless. My nieghbors and I would love to come drop off food and clothes to people in need. I would also like to go on a ride along to see what its like close up.

Great blog. Keep up the good work. Your changing my mind about you guys.

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