9-11 Letter

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So often we commemorate the day or memorialize an overwhelming mass tragedy, but lose sight of the individuals, the moments in time, the instances that change our world. The below letter, written to a 9/11 survivor, to the police officer who saved her that day, could easily go out to any Officer in the field today. In instances each and every day, they give of themselves selflessly, without hesitation, in the face of fear. Alongside members from each of the various emergency services - they reac...
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Press Release: Anaheim Police Challenge Chief’s Deceptive Remarks

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Edgar Hampton, President Office: 714-635-0272 | Email:  pres@anaheimpa.com Anaheim Police Challenge Chief’s Deceptive Remarks Vote of ‘no confidence’ update ANAHEIM, CA, August 21, 2017 –  The Anaheim Police Association today responded to Chief Raul Quezada’s misstatements, further lack of leadership, and poor management. The response comes one week after the APA released the results of its poll of its membership that showed 87 percent of rank-a...
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Memo: Membership Update

To: APA Members From: Edgar Hampton, President Date: August 11, 2017 Re:  Membership Update As the news media reports about our historical vote of "no confidence" in the leadership of Chief Raul Quezada, he continues to make misleading and, quite frankly, deceptive comments about our membership and the facts.  Yet again, he made no apologies for his lack of leadership and blamed others for his poor decisions.  It was reported by CBS News that Chief Quezada claimed the APA resisted...
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Press Release: Anaheim Police Overwhelmingly Vote "No Confidence" on Chief

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Edgar Hampton, President Office: 714-635-0272 | Email: pres@anaheimpa.com Anaheim Police Overwhelmingly Vote "No Confidence" on Chief 87% of members vote no confidence on Raul Quezada ANAHEIM, Calif., August 10, 2017 - The Anaheim Police Association (APA) recently conducted a 'vote of no confidence' on Anaheim Chief of Police Raul Quezada. Results showed that 87% (319 votes) of the APA's active membership voted in favor, having no confidence in Chief Quezada...
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Memo: Vote of No Confidence Results


To: APA Members From: Edgar Hampton, President Date: August 7, 2017 Re:  Vote of No Confidence Results Over three-fourths of our active members voted having "no confidence" in the leadership of Chief Raul Quezada.  The survey was completed by 366 of 384 active members; accounting for 95.31% of the APA's active membership.  Sincerely, Edgar Hampton President Anaheim Police Association ###
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Memo: Response to Chief Quezada's Statements

To: APA Members From: APA Executive Board Date: August 3, 2017 Re:  Response to Chief Quezada's Statements On August 1st, Chief Quezada addressed a large group of employees in the Training Auditorium regarding the upcoming vote of no confidence on his leadership and actions. The meeting was very well attended by sworn and professional staff.  During his prepared statement, the Chief failed to address or take responsibility for his poor leadership, mismanagement of the department, or hi...
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Memo: Additional Information on the Vote of No Confidence on the Chief of Police

To: APA Members From: APA Executive Board Date: July 27, 2017 Re:  Additional Information on the Vote of No Confidence on the Chief of Police The Anaheim Police Association (APA) took the initiative and insisted to meet monthly with the Chief over a substantial course of time to strive to solve previous, ongoing deep and growing problems and increase communication.  While this was ongoing, we had been successful several times at preventing a vote of no confidence on Chief Quezada at ou...
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Memo: Vote of No Confidence on the Chief of Police

To: APA Members From: APA Executive Board Date: July 25, 2017 Re:  Vote of No Confidence on the Chief of Police At yesterday's emergency board meeting, the Anaheim Police Association's Board of Directors and members in attendance  unanimously approved to support and present to the membership a  Vote of No Confidence on Chief Raul Quezada (14-0 vote in favor). After careful evaluation, the Board of Directors and Executive Board, agreed based on recent events including but not limit...
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Pasadena PD Officer in Need

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Pasadena Police Officer Omar Elhosseiny has been diagnosed with Guillain-Barre Syndrome, a rare autoimmune disorder that causes full or partial paralysis. Officer Elhosseiny first experienced symptoms on June 28th and has been on life support in intensive care since June 30th, where he is still receiving treatment. While his doctors and family remain optimistic, it is very clear he will have a long and difficult recovery that will take anywhere from several months to years.  The Pasadena Po...
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Jacob's Funeral Fund

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Sadly, Jacob Mortera lost his battle against osteosarcoma, bone cancer. Jacob's dream was to become a police officer. This past May, Jacob celebrated his high school graduation and became an Honorary Police Officer for the Anaheim Police Department. The family humbly asks for your help and support in raising the necessary funds for Jacob's funeral arrangements. Please help us share the gofundme page -  https://www.gofundme.com/JacobM  
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For HIM Gear

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ForHimGear
Inspirational athletic apparel and accessories for men and women. To view products, visit their website at  www.forhimgear.com
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The APA Supports US Olympic Boxer Jonathan Esquivel

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Jonathan Esquivel joined the Anaheim Police Activities League (Cops 4 Kids) Boxing Team at the age of 13. Through dedication and hard work, the 21 year old is on the birth of joining the 2016 USA Olympic Men’s Boxing Team in Rio de Janeiro as a light heavy weight. The Anaheim Police Cops 4 Kids foundation has started a “Go Fund Me” account to help Jonathan’s Family and Coach raise money to join him at the Olympics! Jonathan represents the positive impact police officers have on youth!  Plea...
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Anaheim Police Survivors' and Scholarship Fund

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Th e Anaheim Police Survivors' and Scholarship Fund (S&S Fund) was established in 1979. The Trust is organized and operated exclusively for charitable and educational purposes and is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3), Federal Tax ID  # 95-3493593. Specifically, the objectives and purposes of the Trust are as follows: §   To create and maintain public memorials to recognize and honor those members of the Anaheim Police Department who gave their lives in the l...
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