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With Synthetic Opioids On the Rise, Feds Look to Protect First Responders

June 9, 2017
Some chemical agents used to process illicit drugs are so toxic that even non-users and emergency responders are at risk of an overdose, the Drug Enforcement Administration warned police departments across the United States this week.

Video: Crisis Prevention Training Mandated for All MN Officers

June 8, 2017
Minnesota law enforcement will now be mandated to take a minimum amount of crisis prevention training. It is part of a new law passed in the legislature and signed by the governor.

Trump Signs Bills to Help Police Officers, Veterans

June 5, 2017
President Trump said Friday he was “very happy” to sign into law two bills that would provide help to members of law enforcement and military veterans.
<p>Deputy Devin Hodges (Photo: WYFF4)</p>

SC Deputy Struck, Killed by Boat Propeller in Training Exercise

June 1, 2017
An Anderson County (SC) Sheriff's Office deputy was hit by a boat during a training exercise on Lake Hartwell Thursday morning and subsequently died from his injuries, the coroner said.

Identifying Islamic Extremism: 10 Questions to Ask Suspects

June 1, 2017

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Police are expected to help fight terrorism, but what should they be looking for? A 20-year FBI counterterrorism agent—who has interviewed over 500 Jihadists—highlights 10 warning signs that can help officers assess a person's level of radicalization. If officers suspect radicalization, here are 10 questions they can ask.
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Chicago Police Adopt De-Escalation in Sweeping Change to Use-Of-Force Policy

May 18, 2017
The Chicago Police Department announced Wednesday a sweeping change to its use-of-force policy, embracing the concept of de-escalation during critical incidents.

Bills Would Set Statewide Police Use of Force Policies in Wisconsin

May 18, 2017
A set of Democratic bills proposed Wednesday would set statewide policies for police use of force in Wisconsin. But the head of the state's largest law enforcement union says many of those rules are already in place throughout the state

University of San Diego Master's in Law Enforcement and Public Safety Leadership Announces First Graduating Class

May 8, 2017
On May 27, more than 100 law enforcement officers from local, state, and federal agencies will become the first class to earn a Master of Science in Law Enforcement Leadership from University of San Diego (USD).

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.
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