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Sheriff McMahon honored 42 citizens and deputies for their bravery in serving the community and coming to the assistance of others in need. 
It is individuals like this who make our county and Nation exceptional 🇺🇸 Congratulations and thank you!
Congratulations to the Sheriff’s Honor Guard for placing 5th in the nation at the National Honor Guard Competition in Washington DC for National Police Week! 
The honor guard is privileged to stand watch over the fallen that are killed in the line of duty. They will stand watch until the fallen officer is laid to rest. 
Honor the fallen, gone but never forgotten! ⚫️⚫️🔵🔵⚫️⚫️
Hopscotch in full uniform... oh yeah! 👮‍♀️👧👧👧 #SBCSD
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IE Enforcers vs OC Lawmen in the 11th Annual Cops ‘N Jocks Bowl. Game will be at Grand Terrace High School on Saturday, May 26th at 5:00pm! #WeAreEnforcersFootball
The Ron Ives Bicycle Rodeo is this SATURDAY! Join us for breakfast 🥞 a cool  bicycle 🚲 obstacle course, FREE helmets, and a bicycle raffle @ranchocucamongapd
#NationalPoliceWeek Honoring the fallen #InTheLineOfDuty ⚫️⚫️🔵🔵⚫️⚫️👮‍♂️👮‍♀️
Happy Mother’s Day to all of the moms out there!
We might have found some future SWAT Deputies at today’s Hometown Hero’s Event 🚨👮‍♀️
Law enforcement isn’t always about enforcing the law 👧👮‍♂️🔵🔵
We will always remember 🙏⚫️⚫️🔵🔵⚫️⚫️‬
Yucaipa Deputy Wedge takes a moment before his shift to pray for the safety of his partners and the communities they serve ⚫️⚫️🔵🔵⚫️⚫️
A sneak peak of the Sheriff’s Honor Guard - Silent Drill Team practicing for National Police Week in Washington D.C. 
National Police Week was created by President John F. Kennedy in 1962 to honor those that have paid the ultimate sacrifice ⚫️⚫️🔵🔵⚫️⚫️