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NY cops, firefighters fight for $12,000 payment

Mayor wants to halt annual payments given to retired cops and firefighters on top of their regular pensions - Full Story


SF police brass cash in big in retirement

"We have no discretion on vacation payouts. They are mandatory under state law," said a city representative - Full Story


Sheriff's Office clash pits officials against courts

The City Controller blasted the Sheriff's Office for not providing records of $53 million connected to property sales - Full Story


NY gov. places scrutiny on police vehicles

Cuomo debating whether the govt. needs to buy, fuel and maintain nearly 60,000 state vehicles - Full Story


Tragedy in training: The final hours of a recruit's life

The recruit said he had a headache but wasn't sure if he wanted to tell instructors - Full Story


LA chief sorry for shooting hoax dragnet

"A lot of people were inconvenienced that day, particularly given the fact that we now find out it was based on a fabrication" - Full Story


Calif. police and female lieutenant reach $150,000 deal

Lt. Robin Heinemann said in the suit that the department was 'rife with overt hostility and disparate treatment toward female officers' - Full Story


Make your tech gear last longer Tim Dees - Police Tech & Gear

Make your tech gear last longer

Technology projects have a life cycle that doesn’t end when the product is delivered — in fact, that’s just when things are getting started! - Full Story


A wrenching day for laid-off NJ police

A wrenching day for laid-off NJ police

"When a doctor is laid off, he's still a doctor" said one cop. An officer loses the ability to identify himself as such - Full Story


How to become a police officer

It's a rigorous process and you must have a lot of patience. It may take anywhere from three months to a year from the time you apply, but if you put your mind to it, you'll make it happen.
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