#HotCops of Hurricane #Irma...The Silver Edition

posted by Nathalie Rodriguez - 

Pembroke Pines Police has us cracking up with their selfie post in response to the trending #HurricaneIrma #HotCops selfie.

On a serious note, though, were all so thankful for the hard work and dedication of our local authorities and first responders in this time of need... no matter if they're the young or "old man edition." 

The #PPPD "Old Man Edition" with Officers Cusack, Burgs, and Elias! 🤣🤣🤣 While our officers are enjoying these tiny moments of levity following #HurricaneIrma, we want to encourage all #SouthFlorida residents to get involved and give back to your community via donations or volunteering. @handsonbroward is always in need of volunteers, and @americanredcross and @unicef are collecting donations for both #Irma and #HurricaneHarvey victims. 👮👮‍♀️💙👍 #police #officers #cops #lawenforcement #leo #pembrokepines @gainesvillepolice @knoxville_pd #community #broward #volunteer #giveback #harvey #hurricane #disaster #recovery

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Some of our #PPPD officers gather for their 12-hour "Alpha/Bravo" shifts. Officers worked these extra-long shifts in preparation for #HurricaneIrma, and throughout the post-Irma disaster recovery. THANK YOU to our amazing officers for their hard work and dedication to our #PembrokePines community! #officers #cops #police #lawenforcement #leo #hurricane #irma #community #florida #broward

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And PPPD aren't alone... Hellooooooo, Coral Springs!! 

#FLHotCopSelfie: Sorry for the delay @GainesvillePD - Our cops were busy cleaning up after #Irma2017 #hurricaneirma Visit Coralsprings.org/cares to donate to the victims of Irma.

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