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NY Corrections Sergeant Dies During Dive Training

September 23, 2016
Sgt. Kerry Winters, 51, a 30-year veteran of the Ulster County Sheriff's Office Corrections Division, died Thursday during an in-water dive training exercise.
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Ring's Manufacturing Introduces Walther PPS M2 Training Bluegun

September 21, 2016
Ring's Manufacturing has introduced a Walther PPS M2 Bluegun training pistol replica. The PPS training pistol is molded from solid blue polyurethane to differentiate it from a live weapon.

NASRO Releases Statement on Federal School Policing Recommendations

September 16, 2016
Like Education Secretary King, we believe that administering formal school discipline belongs solely in the hands of educators, and that educators should be well trained to address behavioral issues through a variety of interventions that do not involve law enforcement officers.

GA Governor Plans Big Boost in State Officer Pay, Revamp of Police Training

September 12, 2016
Gov. Nathan Deal proposed Thursday a 20% pay increase for state law enforcement officers and an overhaul of police training to include more courses on use of force and community policing.

Axon Public Safety Canada Inc. Partners with Canadian Centre of Public Safety Excellence

September 6, 2016
Axon Public Safety Canada Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of TASER International, today announced a partnership with the Canadian Centre of Public Safety Excellence (CCPSE). The one-of-a-kind training centre delivers up-to-date training to law enforcement and public safety officials.
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Dallas Police Chief David Brown to Retire in October

September 1, 2016
Dallas Police Chief David Brown announced his decision to retire Thursday, while on a golf trip with his wife in Austin, surprising many city leaders and his own staff.
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Austin Police Try New Recruiting Tactics to Bolster, Diversify Ranks

August 30, 2016
Outreach efforts toward prospective female applicants are part of a series of responses by Austin police to address a recruiting problem that a consulting group's recently released report said is the biggest challenge facing the department.

Video: CO Officers Disciplined for Playing Pokémon Go On Duty

August 26, 2016
Two Commerce City, CO, Police field training officers have been suspended from training recruits after the FTOs were discovered taking recruits on Pokémon Go hunts on-duty.
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Texas City Won't Allow Off-Duty Officers to Work Security at Bars

August 24, 2016
A change in an Odessa (TX) Police Department policy will leave local bars without off-duty police officers to provide security, a move that has left bar owners and managers perplexed and officers upset but unwilling to speak out publicly.

Kansas Law Enforcement Recruits' Fitness Requirements May Change

August 24, 2016
Hoping to attract more potential recruits, some Kansas law enforcement agencies are studying the possibility of easing fitness requirements for applicants.
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