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November 30, 2011

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Charlie I live in Orange County but was very impressed with your professionalism and restrain with the L A Occupy protestors. Okland must be red faced after they saw how your men handled things. Hats off to you all and for a civilized Southern Califoria with the LAPD leading the way!!!

I am approaching 16 years with the LAPD and it's been a tough last 4 years due to a bad economy that indeed affected my own family. We sacrificed a lot of things so that I could continue to somehow pay for my kids private school etc. I did rely on overtime which was a big mistake and payed a big price. If I had a wish for 2012 it would be more opportunities in the Department like more promotional opportunities and more movement happening in our big organization. Things should not have to be stagnant or frozen it only hampers careers and causes things like "burn out" syndrome. I pray for our respected Chief Charlie Beck and the Mayor that they somehow get more funding for this. May God bless the LAPD 2012.

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