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Video: Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Recruit Collapses and Dies During Training

July 7, 2016
Authorities said that around 8:30 a.m., newly hired police candidates with CMPD were conducting state mandated physical fitness training when one candidate, Jeremy Moseley, collapsed.

North Carolina Department Has First All-Female Swearing In Ceremony

June 28, 2016
The swearing in of the first-ever all-women lineup of officers for the Greenville (NC) Police Department on Monday not only made history, it also served as a big step in helping the department meet a national average.

Video: Teen Who Rescued Philly Officer Graduates from Police Academy

June 17, 2016
A 19-year-old man who rescued a Philadelphia police officer from a burning patrol car recently graduated from the Delaware County Police Academy. His chance encounter with Philadelphia Police Officer Matt Kimsey led him to seek a career in law enforcement.

Teen Who Rescued Philly Officer Graduates from Police Academy

June 17, 2016
A 19-year-old man who rescued a Philadelphia police officer from a burning patrol car recently graduated from the Delaware County (PA) Police Academy. His chance encounter with Officer Matt Kimsey led him to seek a career in law enforcement. More Here.

Ohio Police Cadet Injured in Gun-Training Shooting

April 7, 2016
A police cadet in Napoleon, OH, was critically injured after being accidentally shot in the back by one of his classmates on a shooting range.

Former Pro Athlete Dies After Agility Test at Florida Sheriff's Office

December 20, 2015
A 37-year-old former athlete and coach hoping to become a Marion County, FL, sheriff's deputy fell ill after an agility test Tuesday and died Wednesday night at an Ocala hospital.

Oklahoma City Police Recruit's Widow to Receive Benefits

December 10, 2015
The federal government has reversed course and agreed to pay first-responder benefits for the widow and children of Kelley Chase, the Oklahoma City police recruit who died after a training accident.

Ohio House Approves Changes to Police Recruit Requirements

June 18, 2015
Ohio would boost the amount of training to become a police officer and require all candidates for law enforcement jobs to have a high school diploma under a legislative proposal.

Former LAPD Recruits Win Lawsuit Over Department

July 11, 2014
A judge Thursday upheld a jury’s award of more than $2 million apiece to five former Los Angeles police recruits who were denied the temporary city jobs they sought while recovering from injuries suffered during training at the police academy.

Jury Awards More Than $12 Million to Injured LAPD Recruits

May 6, 2014
A jury Monday awarded more than $12 million to a group of former Los Angeles police recruits who were forced out of the LAPD after suffering injuries in the department's training academy.
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