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    Calling all of our friends!! We need your help!! Do you know a member the Nevada State Law Enforcement Officers' Association (NSLEOA) ?? Have you seen them do something AWESOME!? If so, we'd like to hear from you..... We are looking for people who have good stories or a photo of one of our law enforcement officers in action! This can be a member of NHP, P&P, or an investigator from one of the many state law enforcement agencies we represent. To submit a story and/or photo, please send an email to: nsleoaeboard@icloud.com. In the email, please include information about the photo, if you have permission for the photo to be published on Facebook or our website (if applicable), and your contact information, should we have any questions.
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