Yesterday at the #SCC first responder clinic, Campbell police officers took part in the first day of #COVID19 vaccination for law enforcement personnel. One step closer to keeping them safe so they continue to keep our community safe.
We’re calling in the big dogs. K9 Lucas came by to meet K9 Ainsley and to show her the ropes. You could say he was a little surprised about how small & fluffy she was. But she won’t stay this small for long and will soon grow into those cute paws of hers. We’re savoring these moments. #K9Crew 🐾
Our officers are not only in the business of fighting crime, they are also dedicated to building lasting relationships with our community. When Agent Billman got to work to start his shift, he realized there was a fan of his waiting to meet him outside the station. Of course, Agent Billman took the time to meet with his new friend and gave him a CPD hat and challenge coin. It’s the little things that brighten our workday.💙 #communitypolicing
The rain has stopped & the sun is shining - but don’t forget the roads are slick! You’ll get there faster if you don’t cause a wreck from speeding. Drive safe out there! #MondayMotivation 🌈
Wishing you a safe, healthy, & happy #NewYear from all of us at Campbell PD! ✨
Happy Holidays from CPD!⛄️ Did anyone else use an old family photo or get creative for their holiday cards this year? Wishing everyone a healthy, safe, & merry Christmas! 🎄
Patiently waiting for Santa to fill their stockings. Happy PAWlidays from our #K9Crew to yours! 🐾🎁
We’ve got ourselves a new patrol car just in time for the #CampbellToyProgram. We can’t wait to see which lucky kid gets to take this new ride for a spin. There’s still time to drop off toys. For a list of drop-off locations visit: www.campbelltoyprogram.com
We are excited to welcome the addition of our first therapy dog #K9Ainsley to the #K9Team. The Therapy Dog Program is the first of its kind for a law enforcement agency in Santa Clara County.🐾 On December 10, 2020, K9 Ainsley, an 8-week-old Bernedoodle, joined the police department as the first therapy dog of our K9 program. K9 Ainsley, named after the historic Campbell family, has been assigned to partner with one of the departments’ Records Specialists & they both promptly began training. Therapy dogs are meticulously trained to encompass specific skills and characteristics to help calm taxing emotions and stressful situations. While much of K9 Ainsley’s training at this early stage will consist of acclimating to her new home and handler, she has already lightened the mood inside the police department. Adding a therapy dog to our K9 program has been a goal of Campbell PD for several years. The department sees the importance of employee wellness and community engagement, especially during these challenging times. Therapy dogs have been proven to help individuals cope with stress and exposure to traumatic incidents. Therapy dogs can significantly reduce heightened short-term anxiety following a critical incident for department employees, victims, and witnesses. In addition to providing mental and emotional wellness benefits, K9 Ainsley will be a tremendous ambassador for our department. As an agency that embraces community engagement, we believe K9 Ainsley will be a beneficial tool for establishing stronger relationships with our diverse population. K9 Ainsley will be able to serve our community in a multitude of ways by supporting our staff, comforting victims and witnesses, visiting schools, and much more. The Therapy Dog Program will assist in creating more opportunities for community involvement and collaboration. Read the full story about K9 Ainsley & our new Therapy Dog Program on our Facebook page.
Lighting our menorah for the 8th day of the Festival of Lights.✨ Wishing you a healthy, safe, & #HappyHanukkah, from our family to yours! ✨