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The Police Recruiting topic provides resources and tips for those charged with recruiting the department's next generation of great cops. From improving existing hiring strategies to using new technologies and tools such as Facebook and social networking, this section features a wide range of information.
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Aspiring Fla. officers to get own high school

The Miami Herald MIAMI — Come fall 2009, teenagers eager to investigate homicides, keep the peace... - Full Story


U.S. Border Patrol undergoing unprecedented hiring boom

By Alicia A. Caldwel The Associated Press EL PASO, Texas — A NASCAR race car, sponsored by the... - Full Story


Wisconsin victims' families press for screening changes

Six people were killed by an off-duty deputy in October By ROBERT IMRIE Associated Press CRANDON, Wis.—... - Full Story


Calif. department to cut police force; will lose 25 LEOs

Adam Ashton The Modesto Bee MODESTO, Calif. — Budget cuts the Modesto City Council approved Tuesday night... - Full Story


NYPD recruits will get iPods to study for exams

The New York Sun NEW YORK — The police commissioner is hoping that police recruits nervous about upcoming... - Full Story


The thick blue line? Denver PD has 65 more officers than budgeted

By Daniel J. Chacon The Rocky Mountain News DENVER, Colo. — After the biggest hiring push in the Denver... - Full Story


Tenn. police force turns to local candidates to fill shortages

By Lauren Gregory The Chattanooga Times Free Press CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — Chattanooga police officials,... - Full Story


Dallas PD eases hiring rules on drug use

By Tanya Eiserer The Dallas Morning News DALLAS — The Dallas Police Department recently made changes... - Full Story


Calif. department offering $10K signing bonus

The Associated Press Related: N.Y. department's high salaries draw record number of applicants SANTA... - Full Story


Some small towns are turning in their badges

By John Ferak The Omaha World-Herald, Neb. SYRACUSE, Neb. — When children ride the bus or walk to school... - Full Story

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