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Ken Steward
· October 26, 2017
I was a Riverside Police Explorer Post 714 member from 75-77. I would post a picture of me as an explorer providing security on stage with Boomer from Battlestar Galactica in 1976.
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Alissa Moy
· July 26, 2017
The good for nothing, completely worthless, and justify all the wrong. I've lived in a lot of counties in Riverside County police I have to be the absolute worst.
Alex Bennett
· March 9, 2017
The officers presented a very well organized presentation of the program.
Brian Mooney
March 29, 2013
The Riverside Youth Judo Club is sponsored by the Riverside Police Foundation and RPOA. We teach traditional Judo to kids 5-17 years old. Please stop by and check us out on Facebook....
David Muadhen
June 9, 2012
Profile all of the former Post 714 advisors like Officer D. Braly, (retired) and all of the Post 714 alumni that went on to have careers in law enforcement. There are a tons.
Julio Luevano
· September 18, 2014
Best Post Ever !!!!!!!!! :D
Julieta Leiva
· February 4, 2015
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A MESSAGE FROM CHIEF SERGIO DIAZ...

It is with great sadness that I have to report to you on the death of an American Army soldier and former member of the Riverside Police Explorers Post 714.

Todd Lane McGurn was a Riverside Police Explorer from June 2014 to February 2016. Todd entered the youth program with a heart to succeed and a dream to one day become a Riverside Police K-9 Officer. He was a great mentor, very motivated, and someone to look up to. He had a huge heart an...d impacted many lives to include his fellow Police Explorers and Explorer Advisors. During his time in the program, Todd was recognized for various accomplishments but the most notable recognition came during a Christmas Banquet in 2014. During the banquet, Todd was awarded the "Most Inspirational / Most Improved award for his success in losing over 80 pounds and meeting his lifetime goal of being in shape. Todd took his health very serious and wanted to become someone important in life.

Being focused on his future, Todd enlisted in the United States Army as an Infantryman. Todd graduated from Basic Training and Infantry school in August of 2016. He was then assigned to the 1st Battalion, 6th Infantry Regiment, 1st Armored Division out of Fort Bliss, Texas, where he was part of a Mortar Team. Earlier this year, his unit deployed to Iraq for Operation Inherent Resolve.

On November 25, 2017, Todd paid the ultimate sacrifice and was killed in Iraq during a live-fire training accident. Todd leaves behind the following loved ones: His mother Lori, father Todd, sisters Tierney and Tawnie, and girlfriend Silver. Todd’s family has set up a GoFundMe account for the upcoming travel and funeral expenses of the extended family. Anything you can do for the family would be greatly appreciated.

Todd’s body will return to California in the coming weeks and a funeral date is yet to be set. Todd will be missed and the legacy he left behind will live on forever.

To make a contribution to the family on GoFundMe go here:
https://www.gofundme.com/fallen-hero-todd-mcgurn-memorial

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A MESSAGE FROM CHIEF SERGIO DIAZ...

It is with great sadness that I have to report to you on the death of an American Army soldier and former member of the Rive...rside Police Explorers Post 714.

Todd Lane McGurn was a Riverside Police Explorer from June 2014 to February 2016. Todd entered the youth program with a heart to succeed and a dream to one day become a Riverside Police K-9 Officer. He was a great mentor, very motivated, and someone to look up to. He had a huge heart and impacted many lives to include his fellow Police Explorers and Explorer Advisors. During his time in the program, Todd was recognized for various accomplishments but the most notable recognition came during a Christmas Banquet in 2014. During the banquet, Todd was awarded the "Most Inspirational / Most Improved award for his success in losing over 80 pounds and meeting his lifetime goal of being in shape. Todd took his health very serious and wanted to become someone important in life.

Being focused on his future, Todd enlisted in the United States Army as an Infantryman. Todd graduated from Basic Training and Infantry school in August of 2016. He was then assigned to the 1st Battalion, 6th Infantry Regiment, 1st Armored Division out of Fort Bliss, Texas, where he was part of a Mortar Team. Earlier this year, his unit deployed to Iraq for Operation Inherent Resolve.

On November 25, 2017, Todd paid the ultimate sacrifice and was killed in Iraq during a live-fire training accident. Todd leaves behind the following loved ones: His mother Lori, father Todd, sisters Tierney and Tawnie, and girlfriend Silver. Todd’s family has set up a GoFundMe account for the upcoming travel and funeral expenses of the extended family. Anything you can do for the family would be greatly appreciated.

Todd’s body will return to California in the coming weeks and a funeral date is yet to be set. Todd will be missed and the legacy he left behind will live on forever.

To make a contribution to the family on GoFundMe go here:
https://www.gofundme.com/fallen-hero-todd-mcgurn-memorial

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NEW POLICE EXPLORER ORIENTATION

The Riverside Police Explorers Post 714 are having orientation for new members on January 17, 2018, at 5:00 p.m. at our Magnolia Station (10540 Magnolia Avenue).

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