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Video: Utah Officer's Widow Says State's Survivor Benefits Need to Improve

April 11, 2014
The murder of Utah County Sgt. Cory Wride Jan. 30 during a traffic stop in Eagle Mountain exposed a fault with Utah's retirement plan for police officers, Wride's widow Nannette Wride says.

Utah Officer's Widow Says State's Survivor Benefits Need to Improve

April 11, 2014

The murder of Utah County Sgt. Cory Wride Jan. 30 during a traffic stop in Eagle Mountain exposed a fault with Utah's retirement plan for police officers, Wride's widow Nannette Wride says. Read Full Story Here.

Senate Rejects Mumia Lawyer for DOJ Post

March 6, 2014
The vote was a victory for Republicans and the National Fraternal Order of Police, who said Adegbile's connection with the legal case of Mumia Abu-Jamal disqualified him from holding high public office.

Police Survivor Fights Nomination of Mumia Lawyer for DOJ Post

March 3, 2014
The National Fraternal Order of Police has classified Obama's nomination of Adegbile as, "A thumb in the eye of our nation's law enforcement," adding "It demonstrates a total lack of regard or empathy for those who strive to keep you and everyone else in our nation safe in your home and neighborhoods."

Philly Car Dealer Criticized for Using Fallen Officers on Billboard

December 13, 2011
On Friday, Philadelphia FOP President John McNesby and the Philadelphia Police Department began receiving calls that a well-known Philly car dealer had used the photos of fallen Philadelphia police officers, the department emblem and the Fraternal Order of Police emblem in his billboard advertisements.

Chicago Police Union May Picket During International Olympic Committee Visit

March 27, 2009
Leaders of Chicago's police union are considering taking the growing acrimony over contract negotiations public at a most inopportune time for Mayor Richard Daley—picketing on the day International Olympic Committee evaluators arrive next week to see the city.

Obama and Law Enforcement: What Will He Do?

January 1, 2009

No one knows how Obama's presidency will play out. The only thing we do know is what he has said that he plans to do in the next four years. The following is an examination of what he's said about issues near and dear to American law enforcement and commentary from leading law enforcement experts on how it will affect you.

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