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Colorado Officer Fired for Racial Slur to be Re-Hired

July 12, 2018
Aurora Police Chief Nick Metz said in a Facebook post that Lieutenant Charles DeShazer "made a highly inappropriate and racially inflammatory comment" but following an appeal to the Civil Service Commission, will be re-hired.

CopsWest Training and Expo Gets Social

July 6, 2018
This year the California Peace Officers' Association is offering many ways to network and make meaningful connections with fellow public safety representatives at CopsWest in Sacramento, CA, this September.
<p>Detroit Police Officers Association President Mark Diaz says that the department is losing officers faster than it can hire new ones.&nbsp;</p>

POA President: Detroit Losing Police Officers

July 5, 2018
Detroit Police Officers Association President Mark Diaz says that the department is losing officers faster than it can hire new ones.

California K-9 Separated from Handler Suffering Anxiety

July 2, 2018
San Francisco Police Officer Val Kirwan is trying to cut through the red tape that is preventing him from being together with his partner, Baro, as they retire.

FOP President: IMPD Experiencing a "Mass Exodus" of Officers

July 2, 2018
FOP President Rick Snyder said, "Logistically, it does not appear possible to 'outhire' the number of officers that are leaving."

Washington Police Union Says Officers Are Quitting Over City Politics

June 29, 2018
The Seattle Police Guild called the departures a “mass exodus” that would affect public safety.

PowerDMS Announces the 2018 State of Policy in Law Enforcement Survey

June 28, 2018
For the third consecutive year, the survey will collect data and opinions from law enforcement leaders throughout the country to produce a comprehensive report on the current state of policy and training in policing today. To participate in the survey, visit
<p>Michel Moore has been sworn in as the new chief of the LAPD. Here he is seen with outgoing chief Charlie Beck. Photo: LAPD Chief Michel Moore/Twitter</p>

New LAPD Chief Michel Moore Sworn In

June 27, 2018
The City Council voted unanimously to confirm Michel Moore, 57, to lead the Los Angeles Police Department.

VirTra's Training Simulators Chosen by 3 of Largest U.S. LE Departments

June 27, 2018
The Dallas Police Department, the San Francisco Police Department, and the Southern Desert Regional Police Academy (SDRPA) in Las Vegas have selected VirTra's V-300 use of force, de-escalation, and active shooter training simulator.

National Law Enforcement Museum, Illumination Project Launch Affinity Project

June 27, 2018
The National Law Enforcement Museum at the Motorola Solutions Foundation Building, in partnership with the Charleston, S.C.- based Illumination Project, launched the Affinity Project—a nationwide program designed to strengthen the relationships between law enforcement and the communities they serve.
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