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Peer Counseling Available Statewide for Georgia First Responders

“This is a testament to the State of Georgia for their commitment to the mental wellness of our first responders and I think that this is unique across the country with everything that you see about the police and defunding the police. Here in Georgia, we are actually investing in the wellbeing of our officers,” says Wes Horne, director..

April 29, 2022

NC Department Focuses on Women in Policing, Recruiting

NC Department Focuses on Women in Policing, Recruiting

“The policing profession is historically male dominated. We have to acknowledge that, and we have to do everything in our power so that women feel welcomed from all walks of life and all cultures. Those are intentional conversations we had when we launched 30x30,” says Capt. Gene Lim, part of the CMPD recruiting division.

April 25, 2022

TX State Troopers Face Waistline Mandate

Many Chicago Cops Remain Unvaccinated as Mandate Deadline Passes

As the latest deadline for Chicago police officers to get the COVID-19 vaccine came and went Wednesday, up to 681 police employees — or 5.5% of the department — could be refusing to get the vaccine without a valid accommodation in place.

April 14, 2022

Safer Narcotics Identification: A Guide for Communities and Agencies

Safer Narcotics Identification: A Guide for Communities and Agencies

Download this eBook to learn more about critical issues from constantly evolving narcotics challenges around the world, how it is impacting our communities and what solutions are available in order to safely and accurately identify narcotics today.

March 1, 2022

Woman Sues LAPD, Airport Police Over Mistaken Identity Arrest

Woman Sues LAPD, Airport Police Over Mistaken Identity Arrest

Farber and the wanted woman -- also named Bethany Farber -- "had nothing in common besides their name. (The plaintiff) is a young woman with long, blonde hair, while the other woman is older with short brown hair," according to the complaint.

February 24, 2022

Philadelphia FOP Sues City Over Driving Equity Bill

Philadelphia FOP Sues City Over Driving Equity Bill

"These stops, they lead to bigger things, they find guns, they find drugs, it leads to bigger things. Whether you're black, whether you're white, whether you're Asian, whether you're Hispanic, obey the law. Get behind the wheel of a legally safe car and you'll be fine."

February 24, 2022

Chicago Police Propose Revised Foot Pursuit Policy

Chicago Police Propose Revised Foot Pursuit Policy

Foot pursuits stemming from minor traffic offenses remain prohibited under the revised policy. The revised policy also expands the role of supervisors to ensure there is appropriate supervision and communication if a pursuit is initiated, according to a statement from the police department.

February 14, 2022

5 Elements of a Professional Agency

5 Elements of a Professional Agency

Accreditation is the foundation of professionalism. You build on it with high-quality policies, effective communication, and transparency with the community.

January 5, 2022

Civilian Oversight Asks Austin Police to Rewrite Use-of-Force Policy

The recommendations outlined suggest APD officers should do a better job of de-escalating tense situations, exhaust all other options before using force, give more warning before firing their guns and step in if they see fellow officers using force excessively.

October 14, 2021

OR Trooper On Leave After Posting Video in Opposition to State's Vaccine Mandate
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