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Pet Safety with Spring Flowers

With Springtime upon us, we want to make sure that we remind our community of flower safety for their pets. Our pets are part of our families, and we want to make sure that they stay healthy and safe when exploring the beautiful flowers that Spring brings to our community. Please see a list of deadly and dangerous plants that your pets should avoid nibbling on:

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PTSD Awareness Month - Help Exists

**Originally Posted Monday, 15 June 2020According to studies cited by the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), between seven percent and 19 percent of police officers experience symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, compared to 3.5 percent of the general population.During these trying times for Law Enforcement amidst the COVID-19 outbreak and riots across the nation, we want our brothers and sisters in blue to know that help does exist. Your voice can and will be heard by thos...

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Tips On Working Remotely During The Coronavirus Outbreak

**Originally Posted Monday, 06 April 2020We know our community is facing a whole new set of challenges each and every day while we’re all doing our fair share to remain indoors and protect each other from the recent Coronavirus outbreak.While working remotely seems simple enough here are some recommendations that can help you better adjust to these changes while you settle into a new work routine.Share to help our community continue to #FlattenTheCurve and be sure to comment with your ow...

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