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Galleria shooting protest march 11-26-18

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Police will not allow protests on school property and are monitoring protesters' activities to ensure public safety. Read more

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Frank Brocato 8-30-18

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This budget should strengthen public safety and increase city employee salaries to once again make Hoover the "employer of choice," the mayor said. Read more

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National Night Out 2017-12

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Hoover police Chief Nick Derzis estimated 5,000 to 6,000 people attended the annual event in the parking lot of The Grove shopping center. Read more

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Hoover 2016 public safety awards

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Twelve employees of the police and fire departments were recognized for outstanding work over the past year. Read more

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Rusty Lowe bleeding control.jpg

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Bystanders and first responders play a crucial role in saving lives, officials say. Read more

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  • Amy Appleton Linda Moore

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    Amy Appleton Linda Moore

    Amy Appleton, an emergency communications supervisor for the Hoover 911 Center, at right is Hoover's 2018 911 Operator of the Year. She was presented the award by Linda Moore, who heads up the Hoover 911 Center.

  • Amy Appleton

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    Amy Appleton

    Amy Appleton, an emergency communications supervisor for the Hoover 911 Center, at right is Hoover's 2018 911 Operator of the Year.

  • Brandon Harris Nick Derzis

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    Brandon Harris Nick Derzis

    Hoover police Chief Nick Derzis, at left, presents Detective Brandon Harris with the 2018 Hoover Police Officer of the Year award at the Hoover Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon at the Hoover Country Club in Hoover, Alabama, on Thursday, March 21, 2019.

  • Brandon Harris

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    Brandon Harris

    Detective Brandon Harris is the 2018 Hoover Police Officer of the Year. He was presented the award at the Hoover Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon at the Hoover Country Club in Hoover, Alabama, on Thursday, March 21, 2019.

  • Chad Logan

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    Chad Logan

    Chad Logan was a finalist for the 2018 Hoover Police Officer of the Year award.

  • Cyle Cutcliff

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    Cyle Cutcliff

    Cyle Cutcliff was a finalist for the 2018 Hoover Police Officer of the Year award.

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