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Council at odds with mayor over 1K more cops in NYPD

Mayor Bill De Blasio and Commissioner William J. Bratton say that the current head count — 34,604 — is sufficient - Full Story

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DPA president slams 'reduced' test standards for recruits

Commanders have "significantly reduced" testing standards for recruits, threatening the public's safety, the president of the Dallas Police Association said Thursday - Full Story

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How a focus on ethics can elevate the police profession Marty Katz - Past the Uniform

How a focus on ethics can elevate the police profession

Reinforcing — and reestablishing — trust among those we serve and protect can be achieved by establishing and adhering to higher ethical standards for our officers, leaders, and civilian employees - Full Story

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Conn. police look to fill 100 vacancies

Vacancies in the New Haven Police Department have caused the city to rely more heavily on overtime - Full Story

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Violence-plagued Calif. city gets 47 new cops

Nearly four dozen new police officers will soon start walking their beats on the Oakland streets, as the California city's embattled department welcomes its largest-ever class of recruits - Full Story

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NM chief talks reforms after violent protest

NM chief talks reforms after violent protest

City's new police chief said he is about to unveil reforms that include changes to the embattled department's recruiting process - Full Story

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Md. cop to serve 2 months for accidental training shooting

Officer William S. Kern, 46, was found guilty of reckless endangerment when he shot police recruit Raymond Gray.

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Mesa explorer recruitment video

Mesa police give potential police explorers a look into what the program would be like.

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Best police recruitment video ever?

The community of Hillsboro created a recruitment video in hopes of finding their new police chief, and made their qualifications clear: a new chief must be passionate about the town, and most importantly, fun.