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NYPD's Costs Reach $2 Million on Wall Street Protests

October 11, 2011
The New York Police Department so far has spent almost $2 million, mostly in overtime costs, to patrol lower Manhattan in recent weeks, as Wall Street protesters gear up for another week.

NAACP: Increase Black Troopers In N.J.

October 7, 2011
George Gore, the political action chairman of the NAACP's New Jersey chapter, said the consent decree requires good-faith efforts to recruit blacks, and "they have not lived up to that."

Conn. Rehires 56 Laid-off Troopers

October 4, 2011
The Connecticut State Police on Monday reversed a decision to lay off 56 rookie troopers, following the retirements of 40 veteran officers.

Metro D.C. PD To Hire 300 Cops

October 1, 2011
The Metropolitan (D.C.) Police Department should grow to 3,900 officers in the coming year, following Mayor Vincent Gray's announcement that the agency will hire 300 officers.

Indiana Begins Hiring Process for Troopers

September 27, 2011
Eligible candidates must be a U.S. citizen, be between the ages of 21 and 40 when appointed a police employee, have vision correctable to 20/50, possess a driver's license, and have a high-school diploma or GED.

Maryland State Police Graduate 52 Troopers

September 23, 2011
The Maryland State Police presented badges and diplomas to 52 new troopers at the Century High School in Sykesville today, following a 26-week police academy.

Budget Cuts Force N.C. Highway Patrol to Suspend Academy

September 19, 2011
The North Carolina Highway Patrol has suspended its training academy as budget cuts force a hiring freeze.
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NYPD Cadet Collapses After Training Run

September 13, 2011
A New York City Police recruit collapsed after completing a training run with his academy class. Officer Sherman Adams, 28, died on Monday. Officer Adams had served as a corrections officer for four years.

L.A. Sheriff's Explorer Gunned Down on Whittier Sidewalk

August 29, 2011
A 19-year-old member of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Explorer program was fatally shot in Whittier while standing outside of a residence with a friend.

Video: Dragged Calif. Cop's Partner Relied On Training

August 25, 2011
After realizing his partner Officer Jarred Slocum was down, Officer McFarland relied on the "dummy drag," a technique he learned at the police academy. Officer McFarland holstered his sidearm, moved into the line of fire, hooked his arms around his partner, and dragged him to safety.
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