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Video: Officer's Suspension for Hair Pulling Overturned

January 3, 2013
A civil service panel has overturned the 15-day suspension imposed on a Baton Rouge (La.) Police officer who pulled a woman out of a ditch by her hair at an accident scene in late 2011.

Survey: 46% of Campus Public Safety Departments Understaffed

November 28, 2012
Training, public safety department staffing and pay, as well as active shooter and active bomber response are the biggest areas of concern revealed by Campus Safety magazine's Opinion Survey.

S.F. Chief Nation's Highest Paid Cop

August 27, 2012
San Francisco isn't the nation's biggest city, and it's certainly not the most crime ridden. But that doesn't mean it can't have the country's highest-paid cop.

Okla. Captain Sues Department Over Mosque Assignment

August 16, 2012
A Tulsa police officer and devout Christian is suing his department after being punished for refusing to go to a mosque for a mandatory cultural event.

Pa. City Reverses Minimum Wage Pay for Police

August 1, 2012
Scranton, Pa., and its police, fire and public works unions have reached a settlement over Mayor Chris Doherty's decision to cut city employees' pay to minimum wage for one pay period earlier this month.

Detroit Cops Face 10% Pay Cut

July 16, 2012
Detroit Police officers face a 10% wage cut and increased medical expenses under a city proposal offered today that would supplant the department's existing union contract.

Pa. Mayor Cuts Police Pay To Minimum Wage

July 10, 2012
The police and fire unions in Scranton, Pa., promised a federal lawsuit challenging the mayor's decision to pay them the federal minimum wage as a budget-balancing tactic.

Mo. County Exec Vetoes Higher Pay Hikes for Deputies

December 29, 2011
St. Charles County's (Mo.) executive has vetoed extra pay raises for veteran sheriff's deputies, saying they shouldn't be treated differently from other county workers.

LAPD Officers To Pay Increased Health-Care Costs In Labor Deal

July 5, 2011
Los Angeles Police officers will pass up a cost-of-living raise and shoulder increased health-care costs under a new labor deal with the city that was announced today.

N.J. Senate Caps Police Raises at 2 Percent

December 13, 2010
The New Jersey state Senate has approved a bill that would limit police and firefighter raises to 2 percent, if no contract agreement can be reached.

NYPD Cuts Officer Holiday Work

December 6, 2010
Officers who have obtained approval for "working" vacation shifts won't be affected. The move is estimated to save $4.1 million annually.

California Police Union Wants 'Bad Apple' Lieutenant Investigated

October 29, 2010
During a press conference, members of the Bell Police Officers Association showed a picture of Lt. Ty Henshaw's face superimposed onto a rotten apple. They also showed an e-mail Rizzo sent to city administrators asking them to boost Henshaw's monthly salary to $10,500.

City Ballot Measure Would Scale Back LAPD Pensions

October 27, 2010
If voters approve the March 8 measure, the city is estimated to save $152 million over 10 years by requiring new hires to work longer and pay more into retirement and health care systems than current workers.

Indicted California Officials Cut Officer Pensions As They Boosted Their Own

October 3, 2010
As city leaders of Bell increased their own retirement benefits to record levels, they were also reducing pension benefits for new officers, including pushing back eligibility from 50 to 55 years old.

New Jersey's Municipal Officers Top Nation Wth $90,672 Median Pay

September 20, 2010
New Jersey is rivaled only by California at $78,460, according to federal statistics. Illinois trails in third with $69,900. New York is ninth at $60,620, Connecticut 10th at $60,490, and Pennsylvania 19th at $54,140.

New Haven Violated Wage Law With Recruit OT Pay

November 10, 2009
The city violated a state law by paying recruits for a flat 40 hours per week regardless of how many hours they worked. The city will need to make it up with retroactive overtime pay.

The State of American Law Enforcement - The Blue Mosaic

February 1, 2008

Who becomes a cop? Who are the men and women that comprise the ranks of a profession where they can be killed for no reason other than the fact that they are cops?

The State of American Law Enforcement - The Thinning Blue Line

January 1, 2008

America is running short of cops. There aren't enough to go around. And it won't be long until a shortage becomes a full-fledged crisis.

Time Should Be Money

August 1, 2004

After much debate, the Fair Labor Standards Act has been changed to protect law enforcement officers who receive overtime compensation.

Corruption: Cracking Down on Bad Cops

October 1, 2003

Not all police misconduct is plastered across national newspapers, but it all has the same results. It erodes the public’s trust in law enforcement and it damages good cops, sometimes destroying their careers.

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