Aug
15

Rob Pride re-elected to National FOP!

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Our own Sergeant Rob Pride has been re-elected as the National Chairman of Trustees on the Executive Board of the National Fraternal Order of Police! Congratulations Brother! Your dedication to bettering the lives of Police Officers all over the Nation is an honor.
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Jun
27

Honoring Machinist Mate Hanson

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Several on-duty Loveland Police Officers rendered honors to a passing motorcade on I25 headed to Wyoming. The motorcade contained the remains of WWII Veteran and KIA Machinist Mate First Class George Hanson. Machinist Mate Hanson was on board the USS Oklahoma on the morning of December 7, 1941. His remains were positively identified in 2018 and were being transported to Laramie, Wyoming to his final resting place. We paid our respects and are grateful to honor him on his journey home. 
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May
27

Officer Paul Ashe justified for stopping armed robbery suspect

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Friends and Family, Please review the District Attorney's decision regarding Officer Paul Ashe's incident where he stopped an armed suspect. DA Decision
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May
13

Police Unity Tour Completed!

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Sgt. Matt Roberts and MSgt. Phil Metzler finished the Unity tour ride in Washington DC. The Police Unity Tour raises awareness of Law Enforcement Officers who have died in the line of duty and raises funds for the National Law Enforcement Officer’s Memorial and Museum. Featured in the images are Sgt. Roberts and MSgt. Metzler completing the ride (Roberts in the white jacket, Metzler in the black jacket).  The other photo is MSgt. Metzler's family, Sgt. Roberts and his wife, National FO...
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May
08

Police Unity Tour Participation & Donation

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We are excited to announce that we have 2 officers (Sgt Matt Roberts and Master Sgt Phil Metzler) who are riding in the Police Unity Tour bike ride in conjunction with Police Memorial week. Our Lodge donated $1800 to them to assist them with achieving their fundraising goal and expenses. From left to right: Lodge VP Mayers, Sgt Matt Roberts, Lodge Sgt at Arms Josh Marner, Lodge State Trustee Sean McDonald, and Lodge President Patzer. Photo was taken on May 2nd prior to our membership meeting.
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Apr
19

Children's Day 2019

We had a great time making kettle corn at the 2019 Loveland Children's Day! Thanks to all of the friendly faces who stopped by to see us at Fire Station 1. 
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Mar
14

Riding for a Cause

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Friends and Family, Master Sergeant Phil Metzler and Sergeant Matt Roberts will be taking part in the Police Unity Tour this year.   The purpose of the Unity Tour is to raise awareness of Law Enforcement Officers who have died in the Line of Duty; "We Ride For Those Who Died".  It is a 4-day bicycle ride where money is donated to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) In 2002, MSgt. Phil Metzler's brother, Patrick Metzler , was killed in the Line of Duty.&nbs...
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Feb
07

Update on Fundraiser for Dakota Haas

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Thanks to the generous support of our community, we were able to give Dakota Haas, a 13-year-old Police Explorer who was severely injured by a vehicle, a check for $3585! His strength inspires us all, and he is back to school and being a Police Explorer after his period of recovery. Read the original story below.  ------------ The Loveland Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 52 raised $1,000 for Dakota Haas, a 13-year-old Police Explorer with Loveland PD, who was struck by a camper while r...
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Jan
11

Thank you for Supporting the Badge

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The Loveland Police Officers’ Association would like to thank YOU for your donation, time and committed support during our “Support The Badge” fundraising campaign. Your generous donations will help us support our critically injured officers and their families. Thank you for your generosity and for standing side-by-side with our law enforcement family. Thank YOU for joining our police family and being part of a community team that connects us all together! Your donation has helped us reach our a...
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Dec
13

Join Us In Making a Difference in our Community, Donate Today!

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Our annual fundraiser is back! We would like to thank you for your support of the men and women of our Police Association who protect us each and every day. A police officer’s job can be stressful and demanding, but we take great pride in helping our fellow citizens whenever we get the chance. It’s not just our job, it’s our honor to serve. Please join in our mission, and support the men and women of law enforcement, Donate Here! Our officers frequently go into harm’s way to protect our communit...
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Nov
19

Fundraiser for Injured 13-Year-Old

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The Loveland Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 52 raised $1,000 for Dakota Haas, a 13-year-old Police Explorer with Loveland PD, who, on August 1st, was struck by a camper while riding his bike. Dakota became a member of the Loveland Explorer post several months ago. Although Dakota is not old enough to be a police officer or a member of our Lodge, he is a member of the Loveland Police family. Lodge 52’s purpose is taking care of our members, their families and the communities we serve. Dakota was...
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Nov
19

Crime Prevention

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Simple Crime Prevention: Anyone can be a target of even the simplest of crimes. Here are some tips to keep you safe in your everyday life: Always be aware of your surroundings and who is around you. Take time to observe what people are wearing and what they look like in case you have to describe it later to someone. Do not leave any items in your car that may be seen as valuable to someone else. Do not give thieves the opportunity. Put valuables in the trunk or cover them so they are not visible...
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Nov
16

Internet and Website Safety Tips

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Though there have been many scares about what can happen to children or teenagers on the internet, adults should be safe as well. There is no limit to the amount of risk adults come in contact with such as sexual predators, criminals who are seeking out your personal information on social networking sites, buying habits, frequently used sites, and many others. Here are some tips to help prevent you from being a target: Do not share things such as email addresses, usernames and passwords. Do not ...
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