Yvonna Lex, FRBT on 10.9.23
Each year in the US, approximately 264,000 women and 2,400 men are diagnosed with breast cancer. Different people have different symptoms; some don’t experience symptoms at all. Many factors, including family history and simply getting older, can increase the risk of breast cancer, but these risks can be mitigated with regular self-exams and annual screenings.Read more
The Presidents Message
I know that it has been a while since I was out on the streets chasing crooks, but I still get in uniform from time to time, and not just for the discount at Lubys. But when you put that uniform on there are things you think about that will never leave you. Be it the good time you had with other officers like I did in the Gang Unit at Southeast, or the bad times at the funerals of friends lost. All of these things play into who we are as individuals.
There are other things that play into who we are, like the responses we have to certain events. We have all been somewhere and noticed that something just isn’t right. Our senses heighten, we pay attention to everyone around us, and making sure we have a plan if something does go down. This is who we are, the vigilant who see things