These badges were given away back in the 1980s by the Concord Police Department’s own Officer Friendly.
Due to budget cuts, we don’t believe Officer Friendly has a job anymore, but the Concord Police do pass out stickers to little kids, and they’re friendly while they do it.
Does anybody else still have one of these?
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I remember that program! We need to do something like that again.
The media and the liberals have had a field day trying to discredit law enforcement in the last few years, while promoting criminals as the good guys.
So true. They have been vilifying law enforcement since the Obama administration. No one is oppressed in this country. The Democrats don’t believe in personal accountability, it’s always someone else’s fault. We also need to clean house of woke teachers. We are supposed to teach them math, science, history and reading. Not preferred pronouns snd CRT.
We need more Community and Civic minded citizens. We need to show support for our officers. My granddaughter received a sticker from an officer years ago and was so excited. It made her day.
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