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In a Dec. 26 newsletter report about CHP officer Joshua Blackburn, PoliceOne erroneously ran a photo from the Associated Press depicting Police Chief Melvin C. High of Prince George’s County, Md. The chief has absolutely no involvement in this incident whatsoever; his photo was only used as a generic, stock image. In carelessly associating his photo with this story, PoliceOne exercised very poor judgment, and we deeply apologize for any injury or inconvenience this may have caused to Chief High, his family or the Prince George's County Police Dept.
The newsletter issue in question has been corrected and Chief High's photo no longer appears in the PoliceOne online version.
In a Dec. 26 newsletter report about a California Highway Patrol officer, PoliceOne erroneously ran a picture of Police Chief Melvin C. High of Prince George’s County, Md. We apologize for any incovenience this may have cause