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<p>Secret Service Director Joseph Clancy announced his retirement. (official photo)</p>

Secret Service Director Clancy Leaving Agency

February 15, 2017
Secret Service Director Joseph Clancy announced his retirement Tuesday, two years after President Barack Obama appointed him to head up the agency.

Video: 2 NC Officers, Deputy Injured in Motorcycle Crash During Training Exercise

February 8, 2017
Two Durham, NC, police motorcycle officers and a sheriff's deputy on a motorcycle were involved in a serious crash during a training exercise Tuesday afternoon in the 8500 block of South Lowell Road.

DC Council Member Proposing Move to Retain Experienced Officers

February 8, 2017
To combat violence in the city, Washington D.C. Council member Vincent Gray is proposing an incentive to keep experienced officers from retiring. This week, the council will consider emergency legislation to fund it.

SniperWeek 25 Training Event Registration Open

January 31, 2017
This year, Snipercraft celebrates its 25th year producing SniperWeek. SniperWeek is a unique training event for police and military snipers that will take place , which will take place in St. Petersburg, FL, Apr. 5–8, 2017.

NYPD Plans $275 Million Upgrade to Training Facility

January 24, 2017
“It is an extremely out-of-date, dilapidated facility,” said Vincent Grippo, the deputy commissioner for management and budget for the Police Department. “Nothing’s been done for 40 or 50 years.”

IWCE 2017 Celebrates 40 Years of Educating Communications Technology Professionals

January 24, 2017
International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE), an annual event for communications technology professionals, offers a comprehensive education program for the communications technology industry, including over 100 sessions to choose from.
<p>Photo: Baltimore PD Facebook</p>

Baltimore PD to Double In-Service Training Requirement for Officers

January 11, 2017
The Baltimore Police Department is requiring all of its officers to go through 80 hours of in-service training this year, twice as many hours as last year, Commissioner Kevin Davis said on Tuesday.
<p>Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed and new Chief of Police Erika Shields (Photo: Atlanta PD)</p>

Atlanta's New Police Chief Sworn In

January 11, 2017
Erika Shields was sworn in as Atlanta's Chief of Police on Tuesday, making her the second woman to take the post in the department's history.
<p>Universal K9 provided a grant to put K-9 Berry with her new handler. (Photo: Facebook)</p>

Group Trains 'Pit Bulls' to be Police K-9s

December 26, 2016
Most people envision a police dog as a German shepherd, Belgian malinois, bloodhound, or maybe a Labrador retriever. But some are hoping to change that by introducing mixed-breed shelter dogs that many call "pit bulls."

AL Training Center Exposed 9,700 First Responders to Toxic Ricin

December 16, 2016
Almost 10,000 first responders training at Anniston's Center for Domestic Preparedness in Alabama unknowingly trained with a toxic form of ricin over the last four years.
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