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FULL LIST OF Police Jobs and Careers - page 15 RESULTS
Texas officers give morale, administration low marks–
The survey was sent to 149 sworn officers
San Francisco chief releases racist texts, orders training–
About half the officers are white, roughly reflecting the white population in the city
La. deputy says goodbye to sheriff's office to play professional baseball–
Bossier Sheriff's Corrections officers and personnel at the Medium-Security Facility said goodbye today to Deputy Randy Zeigler, who has been recruited by a professional baseball team, the Lincoln, Neb. Saltdogs.
Newspapers pursuing records on 'disgraced' Mass. cop–
The newspapers asked the Health Department for copies of all communications involving the ex-officer
Entire Colo. city's police force quits ahead of new mayor's swearing in–
This isn't the first case of uncertainty that Green Mountain Falls has had with its police department
Police: No issues staffing security for Beyonce's Fla. concert–
The officers are paid $41 per hour to work events at the stadium
Baltimore union sues department over social media policy, cop's reassignment–
The lawsuit calls the department's social media policy 'overbroad, vague and otherwise unconstitutional'
Willie Williams, trailblazing top cop for 2 cities, dies–
Colleagues said Williams was firm, fair, charismatic and committed to community policing
How art can help cops analyze–
Some officers are getting off the streets and into museums to improve techniques needed for their job.
How cops are sharpening their skills by looking at art–
Officers are learning to observe and notice details through art
Fla. chief: Officers should use as little force as possible–
The department used force in 5.6 percent of their arrests during a 10-month period, more than double of other agencies
Cops weigh in: 15 best rookie police prank moments–
It's a rite of passage
Man with Trump posing as cop actually convicted felon–
The man was wearing a hat suggesting he was a retired police officer
High court sides with police officer in NJ free speech case–
The Supreme Court's decision does not necessarily mean the officer will win his lawsuit
Why cultural awareness benefits officers–
Team One Network Instructor Joe Willis talks with PoliceOne Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie about how officers need to be aware of culture.
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