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Officials: Climb in Wash. trooper salaries reducing officer shortage–
The patrol has a historically large class of 55 cadets in training to become troopers in April
Conan becomes a Texas deputy–
Conan goes to Johnson County to pursue a career in law enforcement. He just needs to pass a few tests.
Pa. troopers union criticizes plan to scrap lie-detector tests for recruits–
Officials confirmed this week that applicants vying to become troopers will no longer undergo polygraph testing as part of a background check
3 Mass. cops fired over use of force seek reinstatement, video of incident released–
The officers were fired after the mayor accused them of using excessive force on a man in custody at police HQ
Mass. police receive $100K to increase police presence–
The city will once again receive a sizable state grant in an effort to put more police officers on the street in 2017
Police union: Baltimore at 'tipping point' because of too few cops on streets–
The FOP president said he wants the police commish to take action to improve the situation before the city is unable to "provide basic police protection to its citizens"
NC Highway Patrol Honor Guard turned away from basketball game–
Security allegedly turned the troopers away because they didn’t turn in their guns
Oakland mayor hires new police chief–
Anne Kirkpatrick, a licensed attorney, has spent almost 30 years in law enforcement
Dallas Police Department faces hiring crisis–
City Manager A.C. Gonzalez called the plan to hire 451 new officers this year "extremely difficult if not impossible"
Why cops should join non-profit law enforcement associations–
As we continue to see a shift in the role of the American cop, it is important to take the steps necessary to meet the demands of the profession
Maine town without a police department after 'personnel issue'–
The department was allegedly shut down due to a "personnel issue"
NYPD to allow Sikhs to wear turbans, grow beards–
Officers must first get approval and the turbans must be navy blue and have the NYPD insignia attached
2016 in Review: Was this the year of the criminal?–
Spoiler alert: Despite an increase in violent crime in many cities, along with a rise in ambush attacks on police officers, 2016 was actually “The Year of the American Cop”
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