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State Fire Marshall Stacy McIntire promoted to Lieutenant

State Fire Marshall Stacy McIntire was promoted on March 17, 2011 from Detective to Lieutenant. He has been with the state for 6 years, is stationed at the Lake Wales Field Office, and is First Line Supervisor to Detectives. Lieutenant McIntire can be contacted at stacy.mcintire@myfloridacfo.com

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Winter Haven Police Department unveil new statue "The Protector" PDF Print E-mail
Written by mike steen   
Friday, 30 July 2010 18:05

Captain Charlie Bird of the Winter Haven Police Department

explains how the statue "The Prottector" came about.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11 years ago former Chief David Romine started the idea of putting  a bronze statue in front of the new police department to be built.

This idea caught on and numerous people became involved in a project that would ultimately take 11 years to complete. Feb 2001

was when the campaign officially started. The project continued through 4 different police administration.

It took numerous contributions, from many different citizen to make it happen. One group of fundraisers that helped was the 2003-2004

Garner Elementary School Students. This class of students took on the challenge to help show appreciation for what they called "their

local heroes". They called their fundraiser "It's our turn". Meaning it's our turn to share and take responsibility for the statue. The

students set up empty milk jugs all around the school for students to put their loose change into. In 2005 Garner gave the Winter

Haven Police Department a check for $1000.00. This is just one example of how the community came together to help and

show support for the local Police Department.

 

Last Updated on Saturday, 11 September 2010 23:25
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Fallen Officers must be smiling down from Heaven Today PDF Print E-mail
Written by PSN ADMIN   

Hundreds of volunteers united in Polk County to raise money to help the families of the two T.P.D fallen Officers,

Curtis and Kocab. Two different events were held today, one in Kathleen, and one in Lakeland. The first event known as

"Grilling for aCause" and the second event was held at Alligator Alley. "Grilling for a Cause" held at the Kathleen Middle

School in Kathleen. The event officially started at 10:oo am,

but about 15 different Crews arrived as early as 5:oo am to light

the grills and get the Ribs cooking. It was easy to see that many

of the estimated 200 volunteers had been working for hours in

preparation of what turned out to be a successful fundraiser. The

final numbers are not in yet, but they should be impressive.

 Approximatly 3000 slabs of ribs were cooked and sold for $20.00

per slab. All kinds of baked goods that were donated were also sold

and T-Shirts were one of the hot items. Over $70,000.00 dollars

were raised for the families. 100% of the proceeds from the event

will be split between both families.

Last Updated on Saturday, 11 September 2010 23:25
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A Website that shows where selective enforcement areas are setup PDF Print E-mail
Written by PSN ADMIN   
Tuesday, 18 May 2010 10:36

 

 

Here is a new site on the internet that tries to warn citizens about selective enforcements points. It is more about selling something to someone (membership, ads). But was something someone showed me. Check it out. trapster.com. Its doesn't appear to be real popular now, but check it out and see if your stops show up. Let us know if you set up a point and it shows up on trapster.com. Simply click on the contact us tab at the top of the page.

 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 18 May 2010 11:15
 
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