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Baltimore Chief Wants State to Relax Restrictions on Past Marijuana Use for Recruits

July 22, 2016
Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis wants to relax a hiring policy for police officers in Maryland that disqualifies applicants for past marijuana use, saying it is "fundamentally inconsistent with where we are as a society" and hurts local hiring efforts.
<p>Former Mayor of Houston and Former NYC Police Commissioner Dr. Lee Brown will be the keynote speaker at the 2016 NOBLE Training Conference. (Photo: NOBLE)</p>

NOBLE Hosts 40th Anniversary Training Conference in Washington D.C.

July 15, 2016
More than 2,000 NOBLE members and guests from throughout the United States are expected to attend the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives' 40th Anniversary Training Conference to be held at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, D.C.

Video: Dallas Police Overwhelmed by Calls and E-mails from People Wanting to Join Force

July 14, 2016
It was a brief appeal in a news conference earlier this week: "We're hiring," said Dallas Police Chief David Brown. "Get off that protest line, and put in an application."

Video: Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Recruit Collapses and Dies During Training

July 7, 2016
Authorities said that around 8:30 a.m., newly hired police candidates with CMPD were conducting state mandated physical fitness training when one candidate, Jeremy Moseley, collapsed.

Assault Counter Tactics Training to Benefit Orlando Shooting Victims

July 5, 2016
Assault Counter Tactics is hosting an event called Training with Legends this week, with all proceeds to benefit victims of the Orlando shooting at Pulse night club. The event will take place July 9 at the American Police Hall of Fame and Museum in Titusville, FL.
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North Carolina Department Has First All-Female Swearing In Ceremony

June 28, 2016
The swearing in of the first-ever all-women lineup of officers for the Greenville (NC) Police Department on Monday not only made history, it also served as a big step in helping the department meet a national average.

Milwaukee Could Lose 20% of Police to Retirement by 2018

June 24, 2016
Some 339 officers with the Milwaukee Police Department will be eligible to retire by the end of 2017. That means nearly 20% of the city's 1,889 sworn police officers could retire over the next 18 months.

Video: Michigan Agencies Need to Fill 4,000 Vacant Posts

June 23, 2016
There are thousands of law enforcement jobs open all over the state of Michigan, 4,000 to be exact. So why are they still open?

PropertyRoom.com Awards Scholarship Grant for Law Enforcement Education

June 21, 2016
Online auction site PropertyRoom.com recently awarded the 3rd Annual Chief Daryl Gates Memorial Educational Scholarship Grant at the 2016 California Association of Property & Evidence (C.A.P.E) Training Seminar.

Video: Teen Who Rescued Philly Officer Graduates from Police Academy

June 17, 2016
A 19-year-old man who rescued a Philadelphia police officer from a burning patrol car recently graduated from the Delaware County Police Academy. His chance encounter with Philadelphia Police Officer Matt Kimsey led him to seek a career in law enforcement.
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