The Up-Beat: Cop gifts own car, LEO raises $20K for cancer & other good police news
Here's our latest roundup of stories about cops doing good across the nation
By Police1 Staff
From small gestures of kindness to incredible acts of heroism, police officers help their communities every day. The Up-Beat aims to bring greater attention to these positive stories at a time when we could all use some good news.
Check out our latest roundup of inspiring stories from around the country. Got an uplifting story to share? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
1. Atlanta cop gifts own car to mother of 5
An Atlanta cop went above and beyond for a mother who had recently fled domestic abuse. FULL STORY
2. Ill. LEOs rescue man from burning home
First on the scene, the two officers didn’t hesitate when they were told someone was still inside the burning home. FULL STORY
3. Miami cop cycles 1,000 miles, raises $20K to fight childhood cancer
“If they can battle through that, I can get up off my butt and go ride a bike,” said Officer Joe McCrink. FULL STORY
4. Off-duty Calif. LEO helps save man having heart attack
CHP Officer Matt Denton was the difference maker for a man who fell ill inside a Home Depot. FULL STORY
5. Fla. cop awarded for saving child after car accident
HEROIC ACT: a baby survived a dangerous crash at Pine Hills & Silver Star Roads last month, thanks to the life-saving efforts of Officer Curtis Neraasen, who just happened to be passing by. We talked with him about the heroic act to save baby Miracle (yes, that's her name!). pic.twitter.com/7ZHlz5SxFH— Orlando Police (@OrlandoPolice) September 28, 2020
The girl – named Miracle – found her miracle in Officer Curtis Neraasen. FULL STORY
Police1 is always looking for more stories about cops doing good in their communities. If you have positive news you’d like us to highlight, please share it with us at email@example.com.