Thursday, August 4, 2016

Appreciation to the public from our Police Department

Pacifica Tribune Letters to the Editor, 7/21/16.  "Thank you" from Daniel Steidle, Chief of Police

Image result for Pacifica Police pictures
Remember this... before jailing, 
Police even helped the "bad guy" out
of the stolen sailboat stuck in the surf.
"Dear editor, Over the last weeks, the Pacifica Police Department has received numerous emails, letters, phone calls, messages, as well as flowers and baked goods from community members thanking us for our service.

On behalf of the Pacifica Police Department, I would like to personally thank everyone for their support and kind words during this difficult time not only for law enforcement, but for our country. We are grateful for your support. It is our pleasure to serve you."
Reference, City of Pacifica, Police Department. "Message from Chief Dan Steidle. The members of the Pacifica Police Department take great pride in upholding our motto, "A Tradition of Community Service" as they strive to make Pacifica a safe place to live, work and play.  We are committed to working with the community in a collaborative effort to reduce crime, increase traffic safety, and address quality of life issues.  We recognize that our success is dependent on a strong partnership with our community members.  I am extremely proud to lead a police department full of dedicated officers committed to serving their community." Mission Statement: “It is the mission of the men and women of the Pacifica Police Department to protect and serve the members of our community with the highest level of commitment, ethics and professionalism.”  Facebook.

Note photograph from Portland Press Herald/Asociated Press, 3/5/13, "Stolen yacht runs aground in (Pacifica) Calif.; 3 arrested."  Related, Fix Pacifica reprint, Palo Alto Daily News/Joshua Melvin, 3/4/13, Pacifica: Police surround stolen boat that has run aground," Location:  Linda Mar Beach, near Taco Bell.

Posted by Kathy Meeh

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