#gun#culture is the reason we cant #compromise. The minute you decide that you deserve to make a life or death choice for someone else you’ve put yourself on the same level as the person you think you’re going to stop #cops#back#what#badge
It is with tremendous sadness, the Tustin Police Department shares the unexpected passing of Master Reserve Officer Delbert “Del” Pickney on February 22, 2018.
Del joined the Tustin Police Department on September 26, 1988. Del worked a variety of assignments including Patrol, Field Training Officer and Special Investigations Detective. Del promoted to Sergeant on February 07, 2000. He retired on July 05, 2017 and continued to work for the department as a Master Reserve Officer.
Del also honorably served our country in the United States Marine Corps.
Del is survived by a wife and two daughters and a department that will miss him dearly.
Additional information will be posted as it becomes available.
#eow#rip#police#officer#policeofficer#tus#tustince #tustinpoa#lawenforcement#thinblueline#cops#fallenofficer#gonebutnotforgotten #tustin
#Fisherman Mohd Faizal Abdullah was busted by the #cops who took away the only means he had of putting #food on the table – catching #cockles along the western shore of the country’s richest state, #Selangor.
Fighting back tears, Faizal told of how he, his #wife, Siti Aisyah, and six-year-old son, Umar, were hauled up by the #police as they were digging up cockles along the Sg Sembilang beach.
Faizal said he was not trespassing on land meant for private cockle farms. The police released him and his family on the same day but took away the 20kg bag of cockles that was their whole day’s #work.
#Poor fishermen like Faizal says favouritism has resulted in people like him not being able to make an honest living from the #seas off Kuala Selangor.
They claimed those who received permits would rent them out to third parties, forcing unlicensed and poor fishermen to take the risk of catching cockles without a licence to support their families.
Collecting spats (young cockles) without a licence is an offence under the Fisheries Act. But this has not stopped some 50 unlicensed fishermen from the Sg Sembilang Jetty as they claim the cockles are their only source of income.
They are the poorest fishermen in Kuala Selangor.
#TheMalaysianInsight / 📸: @sethakmal
Ths intersection makes me anxious for some reason lol, it never used to bother me but now it does and when I stop there I'm ready to get out of there. It almost gives me an "out of body" experience until I start moving again but I think it's something to do with this certain phobia I have that's hard to explain but it's weird that it only bothers me at this intersection.
Chief of Police Rob Rosado (far left) with members of the Windham Town Council on Main Street raising funds for the Hurricane Irma relief effort 2017!