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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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Police agencies getting older recruits

Police agencies getting older recruits

Police recruiters are reporting that the law enforcement field has grown more diverse since the economy took a downward turn. College-educated and career-shifting recruits have started filling the ranks of aspiring police officers, ushered in part by both layoffs and job scarcity. - Full Story

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In down economy, police agencies see older recruits

College-educated and career-shifting recruits have started filling the ranks of aspiring police officers - Full Story

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Improving training through Bloom's Taxonomy

Why police instructors should avoid a cookie-cutter approach to training new officers - Full Story

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Ill. cadet says he was fired over 'raspy voice'

The officer claims he was fired after training that tested how far his voice would carry - Full Story

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How to buy emergency preparedness products

Domestic terrorism and natural disasters aggravated by climate changes have made public safety agencies mo... - Full Story

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Chicago Supt. Jody Weis: Police exam 'not about race'

Police Supt. Jody P. Weis explains the reasoning behind cutting the entrance exam - Full Story

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How to avoid the pitfalls of social networking websites

How to avoid the pitfalls of social networking websites

Many officers have forfeited an otherwise promising career for a few moments of posting euphoria. While other folks may garner only a chuckle in response to their online adventures, a professional law enforcer is held to a higher standard than ordinary citizens. But bear in mind that even in the private sector, many an employee has been sent packing by an employer unhappy over some social networking misstep. - Full Story

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Chicago police may scrap entrance exam

Fraternal Order of Police President Mark Donahue said the idea "sounds too stupid to be true" - Full Story

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Fla. police recruit dies during agility test

Orlando SentinelHOLLY HILL, Fla. — Holly Hill Police recruit who died Saturday during a physical-agility... - Full Story



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