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Chicago PD Raises Minimum Eligibility Age to 25

October 29, 2010
Applicants must now be 25 to take the police entrance exam with the exception of military veterans who have served at least three consecutive years of active duty. They can still apply after they turn 21.

City Ballot Measure Would Scale Back LAPD Pensions

October 27, 2010
If voters approve the March 8 measure, the city is estimated to save $152 million over 10 years by requiring new hires to work longer and pay more into retirement and health care systems than current workers.

Chicago Police Recruit Good Samaritan Hospitalized

October 22, 2010
The recruit's condition is not life threatening, and he was taken to John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of Cook County for head trauma.

Chicago PD's 200 Cops Won't Cover Attrition

October 12, 2010
The two new classes will not be enough to keep pace with the "natural rate of attrition" that prompted 358 officers to retire during the first six months of this year, according to the FOP.

Rookie L.A. Sheriff's Deputy Mistook Clerk for Robber

October 5, 2010
Sahilu began pointing at the deputies who were about 50 feet away outside his store. The unidentified deputy fired at the unarmed Sahilu, thinking he was pointing a gun at them.

Pima County (Ariz.) Opens Application Process To Hire Deputies

September 30, 2010
Applications for Pima County Sheriff's deputy will be available through Friday (Oct. 1). A multiple-choice test will be given Saturday. The physical fitness test will be given Oct. 23. Oral boards are scheduled for Oct. 25 to 29.

New Jersey's Municipal Officers Top Nation Wth $90,672 Median Pay

September 20, 2010
New Jersey is rivaled only by California at $78,460, according to federal statistics. Illinois trails in third with $69,900. New York is ninth at $60,620, Connecticut 10th at $60,490, and Pennsylvania 19th at $54,140.
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Hufcor Wall Systems Chooses Action Target as Global Representative

September 15, 2010
Movable wall systems-manufacturer Hufcor has chosen Action Target to represent FlexTact reconfigurable simunitions wall systems to law enforcement and military markets worldwide. The Hufcor FlexTact system provides scenarios of multiple building layouts using specially designed wall panels suspended from an overhead tracking system.

More Than 3,000 Apply For Police Jobs With Ohio Agency

September 13, 2010
The Dayton (Ohio) PD accepted more than 3,000 applications for its upcoming recruit class to achieve a more diverse force by 2012 to meet the terms of a federal consent decree.

Women Frequently 'Dismiss Police Work' In Kentucky

September 13, 2010
Efforts to recruit more women into police work in Kentucky are meeting with resistance from candidates who express concern about the physical aspects of the job.
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