The next day, Sheen donated $75,000 to the Hermosa Beach Police Officers Association, which supports the Jasmine Faulk fund that the officer established in honor of his daughter.
What does POA stand for?
POA stands for Police Officers Association
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- Planet of the Abts (band)
- Pledge of Allegiance
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- Point of Analysis
- Point of Arrival
- Point of Attachment
- Points of Agreement
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- Ponies of America (horse breed)
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- Port of Anchorage
- Portable Object Adaptor (CORBA)
- Porto Alegre, Rio Grande Do Sul, Brazil - Salgado Filho (Airport Code)
- Position of Attention
- Position Organizational Address (US DoD)
- Post Office Agent
- Posto Osservazione Allarme (Italian: Place Observation Alarm)
- Pot of Avarice
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amp;#8220;We are very thankful for the support that CyraCom International, Inc has provided for this year's Kids, Cops, and Christmas program,” said Sergeant John Strader, President of the Tucson Police Officers Association.
The San Antonio Police Officers Association ordered 550 M&P15A patrol rifles for individual officer purchase.
The North Las Vegas Police Officers Association filed an ethics complaint with the state Elections Department, claiming Robinson tried to deceive voters regarding law enforcement support.
It's all right to have a Black Police Officers Association but if anyone tried to form a White Police Officers Association, the sky would fall in.
Meanwhile, it allows itself to be dictated to by the Black Police Officers Association and the Muslim Police Officers Association.
Louis Police Officers Association – and ultimately the Democratic primary.
In a speech to the Black Police Officers Association two years ago he said many stop-and-searches were based more on physical appearance than on specific intelligence, and called for an independent judicial inquiry into radicalisation of young Muslims following the July 7 attacks in London.