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Tenn. Recruit Shot By Instructor During Training

August 12, 2009
A Memphis Police Department recruit was accidentally shot in the wrist by an instructor during firearms training at the Police Training Academy, FoxNews.com reports.

NYPD Will Receive Federal Stimulus Money After All

July 29, 2009
Federal officials have found additional stimulus funds that will allow the New York Police Department to turn the tide from Tuesday's announcement that it had been passed over for funding, the New York Times reports.
Philadelphia police officers gathering, close-up of Lt. Josey. Photo courtesy of Shari DeAngelo (Flickr.com).

U.S. Will Provide $1 Billion to Hire Cops

July 29, 2009
The federal government will give $1 billion in economic stimulus funds to law enforcement agencies in every state to pay for the hiring and re-hiring of officers, Vice President Joe Biden and Attorney General Eric Holder announced.

Gates Arrestor Taught Recruits Peril of Racial Profiling

July 27, 2009
Sgt. James Crowley, the Cambridge police officer criticized by President Obama for his arrest of black scholar Henry Louis Gates Jr., has taught a class to police recruits about the dangers of racial profiling, the Boston Globe reports.

Revision Introduces Photochromic Hellfly Ballistic Sunglasses

July 23, 2009
Revision Eyewear, a leading supplier of ballistic protective eyewear to law enforcement and military worldwide, marks its debut in light changing lens technology with the Photochromic Hellfly Ballistic Sunglass.

St. Louis Police Chief Transfers Three Instructors Out of Police Academy

July 16, 2009
St. Louis Police Chief Dan Isom said Wednesday that he had transferred three of the Police Academy's leaders for meting out what he considered to be uneven discipline to cadets.

Investigators Search for Cause of Colorado Recruit's Death

July 2, 2009
Sergio Aragon had just completed the standard physical agility test conducted by the Pueblo County Sheriff's Department as part of its normal hiring process when he collapsed and became unresponsive.

Colorado Sheriff's Recruit Dies After Physical Test

July 1, 2009
A 34-year-old Pueblo man died Monday shortly after he had completed a physical agility test as part of the hiring process for the Pueblo County Sheriff's Department.
Potential deputies wait for the results of written tests at the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department's Women in Law Enforcement Career Day. The department is aggressively recruiting qualified females.

Los Angeles County Sheriff Prioritizes Female Hiring

June 17, 2009
In an effort to provide more opportunity for qualified female deputies and comply with a consent decree that arose out of a 1980 sexual discrimination lawsuit, the department is stepping up its efforts to recruit more women.

Protective Products International Receives Approval from NIJ for Standard-0101.06 Body Armor

June 5, 2009

Protective Products International (PPI), a wholly owned subsidiary of Protective Products of America Inc. and a manufacturer and distributor of advanced ballistic protective products is one of the first companies to receive compliance status approval for one of its ballistic vests under the the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) Standard-0101.06

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