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Life Saving Incident

February 11, 2022
Kern County

On February 11, 2022 Officer Ogas was dispatched to a residence for a suspected overdose. Upon arriving he determined that the victim was unconscious and unresponsive. He immediately administered Narcan and applied rescue breaths. After several minutes the victim began to respond. He was transported to a hospital and ultimately made a full recovery. Officer Ogas has received five life saving awards. In another instance he and his partner Office Corey Rinaldi were at the scene of a child submerged in a small body of water at a residence. While Rinaldi sped to a hospital Ogas administered CPR and the child ultimately recovered.

The history of law enforcement in the United States is a long and wonderful history of bravery. This website is dedicated to documenting the heroic deeds of law enforcement officers throughout the United States who have either given or risked their lives to save others. There are many stories of bravery and heroism for many who are considered first responders. However, it is those in law enforcement who are most likely to be the first to arrive upon a location requiring life saving acts engaging dangerous hostage takers, running into burning buildings/vehicles, providing first aid to seriously injured victims, saving near drowning victims and much more are what the women and men of law enforcement do routinely and at many times, great peril to their own safety.
It is our mission to document the history of lives saved by those dedicated women and men in law enforcement. To share with others the dramatic deeds of those individuals who are the first, first responders. It is so important for our citizens to understand that law "enforcement" is not always about enforcing the law but rather being there when our citizens need us.
It is to this end we are dedicated to promoting documentation regarding the history of law enforcement and the lives they have saved.