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Hard Rock Cafe Offers Cops 71-Cent Hamburgers on June 14

June 12, 2008
For the second consecutive year, on Saturday, June 14th, participating Hard Rock Cafes in the continental U.S., Canada, and Europe will host the Burger Badge Bash, a birthday celebration like no other. Community servants, including police, firefighters, and emergency medical technicians, are invited to celebrate the birth of an instant classic by enjoying any of Hard Rock's Legendary Burgers for just 71 cents.

Enhance Your Training Knowledge at TREXPO East

June 11, 2008
In addition to a multi-track conference and trade show in Chantilly, Va., this August, TREXPO East will offer a full afternoon of extended specialized training courses on Thursday, August 28. All attendees can take a lesson directly from manufacturers and some of the country's top trainers.

Fuel Costs Trim Raise for N.M. Deputies

June 10, 2008
Torrance County, N.M., sheriff's deputies will not be getting as big a raise as they thought this year because the sheriff's department is spending more than planned for fuel.

Phoenix Burglary Suspect Killed After Using Officer's TASER

June 9, 2008
A brawl outside a Phoenix home turned into a fatal shooting Saturday morning, when officers said they were forced to shoot a suspect who used a Taser stun gun on them.

Utah Judge Says Man's Ninth DUI Conviction Will Stick

June 5, 2008
A judge denied a Wednesday motion to overturn a man's ninth DUI conviction, instead sentencing him to up to five years in prison. "I feel like I'm being judged on my past, which maybe I am and maybe I deserve," Robert Kent Vandyke told the judge.

Monadnock Announces 28th Annual International Training Seminar

May 28, 2008
Monadnock, part of the BAE Systems Products Group, announces today the Monadnock Police Training Council has scheduled its 28th annual International Training Seminar for September 7-12. This program offers certification or recertification as an Instructor or Instructor-Trainer in the Monadnock Expandable Baton (MEB) program, the PR-24 program or the Monadnock Defensive Tactics System (MDTS) program.

L.A. County Sheriff's Department Training Halted to Fix Violations

May 14, 2008
Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca has ordered his academy to stop training new recruits until it addresses problems exposed by state inspectors, including the revelation that one instructor gave recruits the answers to their tests.

LAPD Dietician Tries To Arrest Obesity

May 10, 2008
Rana Parker wants to protect and serve the LAPD -- protect them from doughnuts and serve them healthy food.

Utah Detective Cleared in Shooting Death

April 25, 2008
The district attorney has cleared a Salt Lake County sheriff's detective in the March shooting death of a suspected drug runner.

Arizona Officers Shoot, Kill Murder Suspect

April 25, 2008
A man suspected of fatally shooting a man and woman subsequently was shot and killed during a confrontation with Mesa police.
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