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By BodyWorn Team on July, 12 2021

Rosalyn Baldwin: A Hug for Love Mission.


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Photo Credit: Bernalillo County NM Sheriff's Office

The Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office got a special visit from a special little girl. Eleven-year-old Rosalyn Baldwin of Hammond, Louisiana, has been on a mission to spread love, hope, and joy to many law enforcement officers across the country. During this visit, Rosalyn made her way to Bernalillo County, New Mexico, where Sheriff Manuel Gonzales III had the pleasure and honor of deputizing Rosalyn as an honorary deputy of the Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office.

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Photo Credit: Bernalillo County NM Sheriff's Office

So far, Rosalyn and her family have been to 37 out of the 50 states spreading the message of love for hugs. Rosalyn’s mission is to unite communities by demonstrating her sincere love and appreciation, for those who have committed their lives to serve and protect the people of our nation.

Sources: BCSONM Facebook page, https://www.rosalynloves.com/

 


Capt. Chandler of The Mt. Juliet Police Shows Support at Lebanon Juneteenth Street Fest

Captain Chandler sitting down with members of the Mt. Juliet community at the Juneteenth Street Festival.

Photo Credit: Mount Juliet Police Facebook

This Juneteenth, Mt. Juliet Police Department in Lebanon, Tennessee, showed their support for their community by attending the Juneteenth Street Festival. Capt. Chandler represented the department in a round table conversation with LPD, local community leaders, and college students on building stronger relationships. It’s important for law enforcement in their community to make deeper connections. Hopefully, more of these moments will bridge the gap between law enforcement and their communities. 

Source: Mt. Juliet Police Facebook page

 


A South Bend Officer Rescues a Kitten from Rush-Hour Traffic

Officer Voros attempting to call the kitty to come out from under his patrol vehicle.

Photo Credit: Michael Caterina, South Bend Tribune

Chris Voros was the South Bend Police officer that was driving along Lafayette Boulevard when the adorable kitten darted into the road in front of his patrol car. Officer Voros then got out of his car to try and help the cat. However, the kitty camped out underneath his car for a while. After a few attempts of “here, kitty, kitty” and trying to lure the cat with a stick Officer Voros was helped out by a few bystanders and the cat was successfully rescued. South Bend Tribune photographer Michael Caterina captured some of the moments at the scene.

Officer Voros comforting the kitty he just saved from traffic.

Photo Credit: Michael Caterina, South Bend Tribune

Source: Southbend Tribune

 


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