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Anaheim Brass Pose Behind Bars for Charity

Police and community leaders posed in orange jumpsuits and prisoner stripes Wednesday to raise several thousands dollars for the Anaheim Police Department’s Cops 4 Kids program.

Sgt. Alex Orozco posted $1,500 \’bail\’ for charity

Held at the Anaheim White House restaurant, the “Jail & Bail” event culminated a fund-raising effort led by several Anaheim business, school, community and police leaders.

Reading comments from those who posted her bail, Police Chief John Welter said this about Cops 4 Kids board member Cathy Dutton: “She looks good behind bars.”

Cops 4 Kids aims to create positive relationships between children police and the community. It was named the Anaheim Chamber of Commerce’s Nonprofit of the Year. To read more, click here.

Tracey Clavell shows her support for Cops 4 Kids by posing in prisoner stripes

Capts. Mike Aquino, Chuck O\’Conner and Raul Quezada mug for the cameras at \’Jail & Bail\’ event

Report: More People at Risk for Elder Abuse

Orange County’s aging population is at higher risk for abuse, experts
say.

The topic was addressed last week at an event marking World Elder
Abuse Awareness Day at the Anaheim Family Justice Center.

Hosted by Human Options, the event featured videos from survivors and
a conversation about prevention.

To view Garden Grove TV3’s news report, click here.