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🙏🏼💙Our deepest condolences to the family and loved ones of LAFD Firefighter III/Paramedic, Jose M. Perez, who passed away at a local hospital from complications of COVID-19 on Saturday, July 25, 2020. He was 44 years old and is survived by his wife and three children. United Firefighters of Los Angeles City, IAFF Local-112 ... See MoreSee Less


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So very sorry!

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7 Years Ago, The Granite Mountain Hotshots

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You're amazingly talented & congratulations Eric Zane👨‍🚒👨🏽‍🚒👨🏾‍🚒

Congratulations Eric. So well deserved.

Congratulation, Eric!

Congratulations Eric,!

Awesome news, congrats Chief!

Congratulations Chief!!!



Whatttttt Congrats Chief

Leadership finally!


Congratulations Chief Zane 🤙

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Proud of our Brothers & Sisters in Blue💙🙏🏼The recent events surrounding law enforcement in America has shown me the importance of every single interaction our officers have with the community. As your Chief of Police, I am committed to keeping our community safe, treating everyone equally with respect and dignity and continuing to maintain and evolve our truly great police department so all members of our community can be safe.
We constantly review our policies to make sure they are in-line with best practices and recent case law to provide great service and to keep our community safe. We pay particular attention to those policies, procedures and trainings related to use of force and racial profiling. We are constantly evaluating and modifying these to align our service delivery with the values of our community while balancing the safety of citizens and police officers. We are also constantly evaluating ourselves and our application of the law. We accomplish this is by utilizing use of force tracking software to include early warning notifications. Every use of force by a Woodland Police officer is documented and reviewed. This review includes inspection of body-worn camera and in-car mobile videos.
We have already made changes to our use of force policy to remove the carotid restraint. We will continue to work with California POST and elected leaders to ensure our policies remain in-line with the law and best practices.
As Chief of Police, I am committed to continually find and provide quality training for all our officers. I am committed to having our department filled with officers who understand the diverse nature of law enforcement and the need for community involvement and trust.
In closing, I am very proud of our community and the members of the Woodland Police Department. I believe we have been an example of collaborative community partnerships through these recent and difficult times. Let us keep the conversation going. I invite you to review our policies in detail on our website and welcome feedback on ways we can continue to improve. Our Department's current standards, policies, practices, operating procedures, and education and training materials are available to the public on our website at: www.cityofwoodland.org/1184/Senate-Bill-978.
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Proud of our Brothers & Sisters in Blue💙🙏🏼

Timeline PhotosUPDATE: cellphone last pinged to Folsom area on Sunday morning at 6:18 am (the morning after he went missing). He is also known to frequent the Ice House and Sly Park Lake Area.


My friend’s dad, 62yo Merlin Kelly Turner, is MISSING. He was last seen Sat. night, leaving Browns Valley. His phone has been off for 2 days. ⁣⁣
He is a retired fire chief & drives a Silver Dodge Ram (‘05) License #7U740209, Richmond Fire stickers on back. ⁣⁣
His daughter says this is EXTREMELY out of character for him & that they usually talk every day. She has filed a missing person’s report. Please call El Dorado County Sheriff's Office if you know anything ❤️🙏🏼 @ El Dorado County, California
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