PoliceOne member's front line report from hurricane ground zero: Part 2 and 3
PoliceOne member Chief Jeff Chudwin stands near one of the many stranded dogs in New Orleans that have begun to move in packs to survive
PoliceOne member Chief Jeff Chudwin of Olympia Fields (IL) PD has been dispatched as part of a team of Illinois-based first responders to the epicenter of Hurricane Katrina. Their mission is to aid in rescue, recovery and clean-up efforts. Jeff shares first-hand accounts of his team's monumental challenges and poignant experiences in frequent reports from the field.
On Monday Team F complimented by Patrol Team E members traveled to the FEMA staging area and compound in New Orleans. It is an immense operation in size and scope. They are organized and equipped and everybody and thing is there that can
... Monday's report
In addition to current news articles (particularly those with a focus on law enforcement-related information) and links to charities where you may donate financial support, you will find a special Hurricane Helpline Forum.
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Remembering 9/11: NYPD on mission in Gulf pause to remember their own
A Mass. State Police color guard in Tewksbury, Mass., during dedication ceremonies for the memorial to the victims of 9/11. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)
BY JENNIFER SMITH Newsday staff
NEW ORLEANS- They drove more than 1,300 miles to help enforce the law after what may have been the worst natural disaster in American history turned this city into a flooded, wind-battered wreck
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