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Ford works with police agencies after cops sickened by fumes–
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has said its investigation suggests the cars are experiencing exhaust manifold cracks that are hard to detect
6 Mass. cops treated for carbon monoxide poisoning after officer crash–
A total of 10 police department Ford Explorer SUVs with the Interceptor packages tested positive for carbon monoxide and were removed from the fleet
What SC is doing to prevent future officer suicides–
Experts say law enforcement officers are twice as likely to die by their own hand than be killed in the line of duty
Ford to fix carbon monoxide issues in police SUVs–
Ford said it will cover the cost of repairs for carbon monoxide odors "regardless of age, mileage or aftermarket modifications made after purchase"
SC deputy kills himself in patrol car while on duty–
Senior Deputy Derek Fish, who was known as "Nemo" in the department, joined the agency in May 2011
Fumes force Austin police to pull Ford Explorers off patrol–
The Austin Police Department pulled nearly 400 Ford Explorer SUVs from its patrol fleet over worries about exhaust fumes inside the vehicles
3 brain hacks to help cops deal with emotional stress–
The human body is wired to experience stress; how your brain deals with it is what's important
Feds expand probe into Ford Explorer exhaust fume leaks–
The agency said it has upgraded the probe from an investigation to an engineering analysis, a step closer to a recall
Man killing self tells police: 'Hurry up,' I'm an organ donor–
The man’s body was sent to the state medical examiner's office, precluding the harvesting of organs
Every contact leaves a trace–
John talks about his career in London's Metropolitan Police and his experience of depression. He reveals how a principle of forensic investigation, that every contact leaves a trance, applies to all our lives and relationships.
The No. 1 silent killer in law enforcement–
About 11 months ago, Michael McSellers didn't know if he would ever wear the uniform again. He had experienced trauma from things he had seen while wearing the uniform. After being away for six months, Michael strapped on his vest and promised from that day forward, he would bring awareness to the No. 1 silent killer of LEOs: PTSD.
SC to require psychological tests for aspiring officers–
Psychological screening is already a standard part of the hiring process for the 59 agencies in South Carolina that are either state or nationally accredited
Orlando cop with PTSD after Pulse attack granted early retirement–
"Just because you can't see his injuries does not mean they are not there"
Fla. sheriff pushes others to get help after deputy dies from suicide–
Deputy Adam Rendall was found dead in his home from suicide Wednesday morning
Judge: City's police fitness test discriminated against women–
The test "shamed and ostracized" the 12 plaintiffs - many of them decorated officers with decades of service - while providing "meaningless" results
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