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The holidays are approaching and we’ll all be busy shopping for gifts, decorations, and more. For all of our supporters and viewers, we encourage you to please do your online shopping with smile.Amazon.com, which gives you the option to donate to the Alhambra Police Foundation via the AmazonSmile’s donation system.
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The Alhambra Police Foundation is now an option for the AmazonSmile donation program!
Just click on THIS LINK to make the APF your charity to support.
Now, whenever you purchase an eligible smile.amazon.com product, Amazon will donate 0.5% to help us support our Alhambra Police Department. Keep our community safe while you shop!
24th Annual Alhambra Police Foundation Golf Tournament and Police Recognition Dinner
Alhambra Municipal Golf Course
630 South Almansor Street, Alhambra, CA 91801
Click Here to check out our EventBrite page!
Our Golf spots are currently sold out, however we do encourage any
Businesses to sponsor us in other ways by contacting us through EventBrite!
(Platinum, Gold, and Silver options, or advertise on a Tee Sign)
Please help support us by visiting our Store Page, making a donation, or following us on Facebook!
100% of the proceeds directly support programs and services for the Alhambra Police Department. Only 2000 tickets are available.
6 for $100
You’ll gain the chance to win a 2016 BMW 320i with a 24 Month Pre-Paid Lease.
Drawing will be held on November 16, 2016 at 7pm at
New Century BMW
1139 W Main St, Alhambra, CA 91801
For more information or to purchase tickets, contact:
Commander Wiese of the Alhambra Police Department
Our Golf Tournament video is finally up! Check it out and share with friends!
Just click HERE or the image below!
Wow! What an amazing time we had at this year’s 23rd Annual Alhambra Police Foundation Golf Tournament! Thanks to the Alhambra Municipal Golf Course and of course, a special thanks to all of participating contributors!
The Alhambra Police Department appreciates your generosity and support. This fundraiser will go to our Police Officer’s equipment, the Children And Mentors Program, and other valuable programs.
Thanks again to all of you! We greatly appreciate it and we hope to see you again next year!
[Video coming soon!]
“On October 10, 2015, at approximately 4:47 PM, Alhambra Police Department officers responded to a disturbance call at a residence in the 2400 block of South Hitchcock Drive. Upon arrival, the officers located a 20-year-old Hispanic male that was bleeding profusely from a severed artery on his right forearm. The male subject was being held down by several residents and he was struggling with them in an attempt to get up. Officers acted quickly and immediately called for paramedics. Before paramedics arrived, an officer applied a Combat Application Tourniquet (C.A.T.) on the male subject’s upper arm and successfully stopped the bleeding. Prior to the tourniquet application, the male subject had lost several liters of blood. The officer’s quick thinking possibly saved the male subject’s life.
While the subject was being treated, he acted strangely and told the officers to shoot him. Officers learned that the subject punched a plate glass window at the location, which caused the injury. It was later determined that the subject was suffering from a mental disorder. He was transported to Garfield Medical Center for treatment and examination by doctors. The subject’s name will not be released due to his medical privacy rights.
Alhambra Police Department officers received tactical medicine training in August 2015 that was hosted by Huntington Memorial Hospital and South Pasadena Police Department. Officers were issued individual first aid kits and taught proper application of tourniquets, gauze treated with hemostatic agents, and other life-saving interventions. This training, which occurred less than two months ago, proved vital in the above incident. A picture of a Combat Application Tourniquet is attached to this release.”
We here at the APF are extremely appreciative of all the support that we have received! It’s because of your attendance and participation that made these Trauma Kits available to the Alhambra Police Department. Thank you for making a difference!
ATTENTION: The Date of this event has changed from the 22nd of September to the 28th of September!
The Habit is opening in Alhambra and you are invited!
Come celebrate the opening of The Habit’s newest restaurant in Alhambra, have a great meal, and 100% of sales will be donated to the Alhambra Police Foundation.
This pre-opening event is open to all; we hope to see you there!
When: Tuesday, September 28th from 11:30am-1:30pm
What: Grand Opening “pre-event” at The Habit
Where: 100 E. Main Street, Alhambra, CA 91801