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Dozens ask Pa. sheriff: Where's our money?

Three aides to the Sheriff's Office were fired last week and the city controller is hiring forensic auditors - Full Story

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Retired NJ cops say they're owed money

Say the township is offering less than they are due and less than officials previously implied they would pay - Full Story

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Crime reports drop with temperature, snow in Tenn.

Police have had to shift normal routines with the heavy snow and ice over the last week - Full Story

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NJ city's police, firefighter talks stalled

Camden, N.J. routinely ranked as one of the most dangerous and poorest cities in the country, is facing an unprecedented budget shortfall - Full Story

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Univ. cop on leave for campus-gun leak

"I understand that people are uncomfortable with displayed firearms ... but it should be a right that is protected" - Full Story

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Do NYPD cops feel pressure to downgrade crimes?

The department has appointed a panel to do a six-month study on how they track crime - Full Story

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Pa. cop may finally get health coverage

Second injury was ruled unrelated to police work so he was denied benefits, including coverage for his wife and kids - Full Story

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Committee: Use cops to staff new Los Angeles jail

A city panel signed off Monday on a plan to reassign 83 LAPD officers to work as jailers at new Metropolitan Detention Center - Full Story

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NJ discusses help for soon-decimated Camden police

Among possibilities being considered are deploying officers from the Camden County Sheriff's Office and the Park Police to supplement city patrols - Full Story

Videos

Tim Goergen: Building a Positive Organization

Dave Smith sits down with Street Survival Instructor, Chief Tim Goergen, to discuss effective ways to facilitate organizational change. He explains the importance of coming up with a plan and taking into consideration all parts of the organization that will be affected by a new policy or piece of equipment. If you want to help your agency come up with innovative ways to make positive changes, the first step is to create a plan with a list of action items.



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