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Search Result: Schenectady (N.Y.) PD

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N.Y. Officer Trapped In House Fire Suffer Minor Injuries

February 15, 2012
Two Schenectady (N.Y.) Police officers suffered minor injuries today searching for residents of a house fire. The officers were treated and released.

How To Recognize a Troubled Operator

February 1, 2012
Leading a tactical team can be a tedious and mentally draining task. When a tactical member, let alone one of your best operators in the game, suddenly has a life crash, keep an open line of communication with that person.

Man Attempts Suicide by Cop at N.Y. Newspaper Office

October 9, 2011
A Schenectady (N.Y.) Police officer shot a knife-wielding man in the lobby of an upstate New York newspaper Saturday afternoon in an apparent suicide-by-cop encounter.

N.Y. Recruit Terminated for Non-Accredited Degree

July 29, 2011
A Schenectady (N.Y.) Police recruit has been terminated a day after he was sworn, after it was determined his bachelor's degree had come from a non-accredited online degree program.

Is Your SWAT Team Really Ready?

March 23, 2010
Two Lenco Bearcat armored rescue vehicles (ARVs) were used to move perimeter personnel farther back and out of the suspect's line of fire. Ultimately as many as 200 officers from many LE agencies responded to the mutual aid calls for assistance. A number of SWAT teams answered the call and worked the inner perimeter.

N.Y. Department's Patrol Cars to Get Priority Start Voltage Monitors

April 16, 2009
The Priority Start voltage monitors cost $100 apiece, so Sanders wanted to try them out before buying 25 of them to outfit all of the patrol cars.
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