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<p>FBI Special Agent Steve Shepherd welcomes attendees to INLETS.</p>

FBI Offers Counterterrorism Training for Officers

April 1, 2017

Sponsored by American Military University

Police officers are expected to play a role in the fight against terrorism, but are they being given the right training and tools? Find out about INLETS, the FBI's unique training program where officers can learn from the firsthand experiences of those who have responded to terrorist attacks.

Dallas Police Chief: "You Should be Very Concerned" About Shrinking Force

April 25, 2017
Pughes told the City Council's public safety committee that the department is down to a nearly critical level of 3,077 officers. That's the smallest force the city has had in about 10 years. Another 100 would-be officers are training in the police academy.
<p>Police recruiting billboard in Phoenix. (Photo: ABC 15 screen shot)</p>

AZ Agencies Struggle to Fill Officer Ranks

April 25, 2017
"We are facing trying times, we are depleted of resources," said Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone at a press conference held at the Phoenix branch of Northern Arizona University on Monday.

Inspirational Keynote by CA Deputy Police Chief to Open National School Safety Conference

April 25, 2017
Long Beach, CA, Deputy Police Chief Michael Beckman will open the July National Association of School Resource Officers' (NASRO) school safety conference in Washington, D.C., with an inspirational keynote address. His presentation is entitled, "Lessons on Life, Legacy and Livelihood."

Columbia Southern University Scholarship to Help Illinois Mom Bring Out Best in Others

April 19, 2017
Chacon of Dixon, IL, was recently awarded a Hero Behind the Hero Scholarship from Columbia Southern University (CSU) in Orange Beach, AL.

Super Bowl-Winning Player Leaves NFL to Join Michigan State Police

April 13, 2017
“I came to the realization that I just wasn’t performing the way that I once was,” said Gordon, 25, a Detroit native. “So I said, ‘What is another career that will allow me to have an impact, have influence on younger kids and also leave behind a positive legacy?’ Instantly, state trooper — law enforcement — jumped into my mind.”
<p>Photo: Glock Professional</p>

Glock Professional Launches Glock Operator Training Course

April 6, 2017
Glock Professional has announced the launch of the Glock Operator Training Course for continuing marksmanship education.
<p>Photo: Boston PD/Facebook</p>

Boston Mayor Opposes Military Gear for Officers

April 3, 2017
Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh voiced concern last week about issuing military-grade equipment to police, even as he backed war-inspired training for Boston officers.

Police Shortage Hits Cities and Small Towns Across the Country

March 20, 2017
Numerous police departments around the country are desperately losing manpower with decreasing numbers of officers and recruits. Law enforcement is becoming less of a desirable career choice due to diminishing pay, high risk, and of course a recent bad rap — a trend that could put public safety at risk, say policing experts.
<p>Photo: Facebook</p>

Recruit Booted From Chicago Police Academy Wins Second Chance After Legal Battle

March 14, 2017
His long legal battle shows the difficulties sometimes faced by the Chicago Police Department in the relatively rare instances in which it fires a recruit from the academy.
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