A Midlands based organization promoting positive relations between police and private citizens is changing its name – and expanding its reach in the community.
Heroes In Blue
Kassy Alia/Provided COLUMBIA, S.C. (WOLO) – The founder of a non-profit organization aimed at promoting police and community relationships through empathy and action, recently named their new CEO. Heroes In Blue founder Kassy Alia has been named Chief Executive Officer. She founded Heroes In Blue after her husband, Greg Alia, was killed in the line of duty on September 30,…
The 8th annual free Mardi Gras Columbia Festival will take over City Roots Farm Saturday for a full day of revelry.
Support Midlands law enforcement at the Battle for the Blue event at the Ice House Amphitheater in Lexington.
Heroes in Blue, a nonprofit committed to improving relations between law enforcement and community members, is in the midst of its 3rd annual Feed an Officer campaign.
A Forest Acres based organization supporting community policing is hosting a campaign to thank our officers.
All sheriff’s deputies in Newberry County are now equipped with body cameras to record evidence, Newberry County Sheriff Lee Foster announced Thursday.
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COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)– Columbia-based non-profit, ‘Heroes in Blue’ has started a go fund me page to raise money for a state trooper killed in the line of duty Tuesday. Trooper Daniel Rebman was hit by a pick up-truck while parked in an emergency lane on I-385. Trooper Rebman leaves behind a wife and three daughters. www.gofundme.com Categories: ABC Columbia News Update…
Columbia-based non-profit Heroes in Blue will host A Knight of Honor later this month to raise money for its mission of bridging the gap between law enforcement and community members.