Ray Villa, community-partnership coordinator for Mesa Police Department, said Mendoza's dedication to community policing — a philosophy that relies on relationships between police and residents to identify and address public-safety issues — was also evident in the way people would invite Mendoza into their homes to eat while he was on patrol.
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The strength of those bonds extended to some of the area's youngest residents, who were involved in a youth baseball program that started after officers worked to clear vandals, gang members and transients from the park, said Steve Jimenez, a baseball coach at Guerrero Park and close friend of Mendoza's.
Mendoza would swing by practices weekly while on patrol where the kids on the baseball team would hug him or shake his hand to greet him.
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Running back Cedric Peerman and safety Brandon Wilson are on the Non-Football Injury list and can't practice or play until cleared.