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Chief Says Phoenix Police on "Maximum Staffing" for Tuesday's Trump Event

Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams issued a statement Tuesday, assuring the public that her department is "well prepared" for the visit to the city by President Donald Trump on Tuesday.

FL Deputy Seriously Injured in Multi-Vehicle Accident

An Orange County (FL) Sheriff’s deputy and two other drivers, were injured when the deputy lost control of her cruiser Saturday night, Florida Highway Patrol troopers said.

OK Sheriff's Office Hires Former Tulsa Officer Betty Shelby

The Rogers County (OK) Sheriff's Office has hired the former Tulsa police officer acquitted in the deadly shooting of Terence Crutcher.

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Not Afraid to Be a Woman

Being feminine is often seen as a hindrance as opposed to an attribute when garnering respect from male coworkers because they...

Tips for Joining Investigative Units

Investigative units in law enforcement seem to be more welcoming to females than the more male-dominated units. This could be...

How To Deal With Pregnancy In Law Enforcement

Being a female in law enforcement has its challenges. Being a pregnant female in law enforcement is its own unique animal. I'm...

   
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