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March 29, 2011

W.Va. city lifts hiring freeze for PD

The Charleston Police Department has been given authorization to bring its number of officers to 173 - Full Story
March 29, 2011

Trial of Texas officer accused of sexual assault moved to June

By Aaron Bracamontes The El Paso Times The trial of an El Paso Police Department officer accused of sexual... - Full Story
March 29, 2011

Court-martial begins for USCG officer charged in Calif. boat crash

Petty Officer 2nd Class Ian Howell is charged only with dereliction of duty now that the most serious charges of negligent homicide, assault, and negligence with a boat were dropped - Full Story
March 28, 2011

Schools are cutting SROs as budgets tighten

Others are finding ways to keep the deputies and police officers whose job it is to build bridges with students - Full Story
March 24, 2011

Facebook job post gets agency 400 applicants

The department’s Facebook page has more than 4,500 followers and admins post multiple times a day - Full Story
March 23, 2011

Incoming Va. chief aims to beef up training

Lt. Col. Douglas A. Middleton is a 38-year veteran of Henrico Police who has served as second in command since 1998 - Full Story
March 22, 2011

N. Ireland police to stop Catholic affirmative action

Affirmative action policy since 2001 can no longer be justified because the police service has risen to nearly 30 percent - Full Story
March 22, 2011

Philly cop honored for heroism in duck-boat tragedy

Philadelphia Detective Timothy Brooks sprang into action and started pulling people from the Delaware when a tour boat struck a barge last summer - Full Story
March 19, 2011

Editorial: Perks for uniformed personnel strain government budgets?

USA TODAYWASHINGTON, DC — Americans are rightly grateful for the men and women who protect them... - Full Story
March 19, 2011

Civilian workers in Tenn. want police pensions

Four employees say other civilian workers should be included in the plan - Full Story



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