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Meet A Local Group That Is Surprising Our Officers With Random Acts of Kindness

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This group is showing our local enforcement that we care about them and appreciate their service.

10-24 is the police radio code that means an officer is down or needs assistance. It’s also the inspiration for a local group named 10-24 NO MORE, which makes unexpected and delightful deliveries once per week to officers and deputies all over Seminole and Volusia counties.

Started by Stacey Livingston, a firefighter with the Sanford Fire Department, the local group now boasts a Facebook following of more than 2,200 people.


What’s great is that all these people have come together with a simple mission – to thank police officers, sheriffs’ deputies, and officers with the Florida Highway Patrol.


“Central Florida law enforcement officers put their lives on the line for complete strangers every time they put their uniform on,” says Stacey. “Our mission is to thank them for their service and let them know they are appreciated. And with the help of the community, we will continue to do that as long as we can.”


It’s people and local groups like this that make our community a little better each day with random acts of kindness.


Read the full story here.

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