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10 pieces of advice from police spouses for a successful marriage Olivia Johnson - Peer Support

10 pieces of advice from police spouses for a successful marriage

Sometimes the key to a happy and successful marriage becomes known those who have been divorced and/or married more than once and learned from the situation - Full Story

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Avoid 'crashing' your budget with long-term money management Jason Hoschouer - Motors and Monies

Avoid 'crashing' your budget with long-term money management

If you keep your head and eyes focused on where you want to go, you will significantly reduce your chances of deviating from your course and suffering the iniquities of poor self-discipline - Full Story

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Practice gun safety at home

Let’s review some gun safety rules. We’re cops, so of course we know the rules, right? Some... - Full Story Secure - Login Required

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Fla. bill would expand benefits for families of fallen

Fla. bill would expand benefits for families of fallen

Dubbed the Deputy Scott Pine Survivor's Pension Plan, proposal would give families of cops killed 90 days to switch from an investment plan to a pension - Full Story

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Ga. chief who shot sleeping wife had no violent past

Ga. chief who shot sleeping wife had no violent past

Agents from the Georgia Bureau of Investigation and a local prosecutor are conducting a criminal probe - Full Story

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Foundation to pay off slain NYPD officers' mortgages

Foundation to pay off slain NYPD officers' mortgages

A foundation created to honor a firefighter killed on Sept. 11 has raised enough money to pay off the mortgages and make repairs on the homes of 2 slain cops - Full Story

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Ga. chief's wife upgraded to fair condition after gunshot

The wife of a Georgia police chief who told a 911 dispatcher that he accidentally shot her is improving at a hospital - Full Story

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Utah troopers drive 87-year-old mother to see gravely ill son

Hitting a patrol car isn't the best way to end a traffic stop, but it worked out for one 87-year-old Nevada woman rushing to see her ailing son - Full Story

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Tenn. cops get homeless family food, room after shelter turns them down

Tim Lejeune says on one of the coldest nights of the year, the Salvation Army turned his family away.