Full list of Retirement results
Baton Rouge police chief stepping down–
Police Chief Carl Dabadie Jr. submitted his retirement from the department, bringing to a close his 31-year career with city police
Financial fitness for law enforcement officers–
The financial health of officers is extremely important to help reduce stress, alleviate ethical issues, maintain security clearances, and stop living paycheck-to-paycheck
Video: Calif. K-9 signs off for the last time–
K-9 Kai retired after nine years of service
Project aims to help retired K-9s–
Project K-9 Hero provides up to $3,000 per year for medical needs, ships food to the handler and pays up to $500 for cremation or burial services
NYC's 'Hipster Cop' retires from the force–
A NYC police detective known as the "Hipster Cop" for his fashionable wardrobe is letting go of something he's been wearing for 25 years — his badge
Under pressure, Sacramento police chief plans to step down–
Police Chief Sam Somers Jr., a 33-year veteran, announced he will retire in December from the Sacramento Police Department
Dallas police chief holds conference about retirement–
Dallas Police Chief David Brown spoke to the media about his upcoming retirement after 33 years.
Video: Dallas police chief has no regrets, thanks fellow officers–
Police Chief David Brown announced his retirement last week on Twitter, surprising staff, leaders and the community
Dallas Police Chief David Brown announces retirement–
After 33 years with the DPD, Chief Brown will retire in October
DC police chief speaks about retirement–
Washington Chief Cathy Lanier, the first woman to lead the department and one of the nation's longest-serving and most popular big-city police chiefs, announced Tuesday that she is stepping down to become head of security for the National Football League.
Video: DC police chief stepping down to head security for NFL–
After 26 years with the department, the last 10 as chief of police, Cathy Lanier will retire next month to head security for the NFL
Is your police pension enough for a comfortable retirement?–
A pension might be padding for a comfortable retirement, but is it all you need?
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Make the most of your police experience after retirement–
A private security franchise can help you build your own business using the skills and experience gained in your law enforcement career
Blue Hawaii: Some states make CCW under LEOSA tough for cops–
My trip to Hawaii illustrates how some states do not give LEOSA-armed officers such a warm welcome
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