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America's Maritime Cops

July 2, 2013

For more than two centuries, the U.S. Coast Guard has served diligently every day as America's leading maritime law enforcement agency.

Nevada's Gaming Control Board

January 2, 2013

Any casino operator must secure a gaming license from the Nevada Gaming Commission and agree to comply with extensive rules of conduct. These rules are enforced by the sworn agents of the Nevada Gaming Control Board.

Oregon (Ohio) Police Division

April 1, 2009

When it comes to policing the especially permeable maritime borders running through the Great Lakes, security requires an "all hands on deck" approach.

United States Mint Police

December 1, 2006

Most Americans are familiar with the duties of mounted U.S. Park police, overworked Border Patrol agents, dark-suited Secret Service agents, and anti-terrorist Federal Air Marshals. But the Mint Police, not so much.

Anchorage (Alaska) Police Department

November 1, 2006

The Anchorage Police Department is looking for (more than) a few good men and women.

Iowa State University Police

October 1, 2006

Inflatable flamingos, temporary tattoos, and tongue-in-cheek ad campaigns are all part of Iowa State University Police Department's student-safety arsenal, which aims to promote responsible behavior in a fun and fresh way that-omigod!-actually gets students' attention.

Normal (Ill.) Police Department

September 1, 2006

Officers in this college community work hard to keep the peace between the town and the gown.

Cheyenne (Wyo.) Police Department

August 1, 2006

Cheyenne is a city with a relatively low crime rate, averaging one or two homicides a year, and is home to residents who seem to appreciate the work officers do.

University of Central Florida Police Department

June 1, 2006

At the University of Central Florida, campus policing is local in nature, but international in flavor. The university prides itself on attracting a diverse student body.

Oneida Indian Nation Police Department

May 1, 2006

The Oneida Indian Nation Police Department fields veterans like Capt. Robert L. Ryan, who has worked in law enforcement for 37 years, including 21 years with the Madison County Sheriff's Department-nearly 10 of which were spent as sheriff.

Sturgis (S.D.) Police Department

April 1, 2006

Every summer a department of 14 sworn morphs into a large multi-agency police force to accommodate the town’s annual motorcycle rally.

Napa (Calif.) Police Department

March 1, 2006

Sometimes a schoolyard scuffle is just a simple fight. Sometimes it’s a clear cry for help from a kid battling bigger demons at home. And sometimes it portends more serious violence from a disturbed, future-felon-in-the-making.

Conway (Ark.) Police Department

February 1, 2006

Cops in this Little Rock suburb have created a model program for reducing Christmas-time property crime.

Boise (Idaho) Police Department

January 1, 2006

Clearly, the city needed to pay more attention to recreation on and around the river. In response, over the span of several years, Boise PD added four more full-time bike officers as well as eight school resource officers.

Rio Rancho (N.M.) Department of Public Safety

December 1, 2005

Growing along with the city has been the Rio Rancho Department of Public Safety (RRDPS). In less than two decades, the city-with a growing population of nearly 70,000 residents-has watched as the public-safety agency experienced a staggering 455-percent increase in personnel resources.

Nashville (Tenn.) Police Department

November 1, 2005

Last year, in addition to routine patrol duties, officers and their mounts worked more than 600 assignments and events, including NFL Tennessee Titans football games, funerals for fallen police officers, and visits to retirement homes and other community events.

Appleton (Wis.) Police Department

October 1, 2005

The Appleton PD has received national attention for innovations in victim- and social-services-oriented sexual assault investigations, intercultural outreach to ensure services are fairly and effectively distributed to minority communities, and, most notably,  programs that address the real-life needs of its youngest residents.

Hartford (Vt.) Police Department

September 1, 2005

Slicing through the rolling hills and quiet villages of Vermont’s Upper Valley are the dual black-ribbon roadways of interstates 89 and 91. Stretching from the Canadian border into New Hampshire and Connecticut, respectively, the robust thoroughfares form the backbone for travel in western New England.

9/11: Port Authority Police Department

September 1, 2002

Thirty-seven. That's how many New York/New Jersey Port Authority Police officers came to work on Sept. 11, 2001, and never went home. More than 2 percent of the agency's complement of 1,400 was killed in the attack, and to add insult to extreme injury, its headquarters were on the 67th floor of 1 World Trade Center.

Texas Rangers

January 1, 2002

If ever a law enforcement group brought to mind truth, justice and the American way, it's the Texas Rangers.

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