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Online Protection for Cops

Online Protection for Cops

As a public servant you are under constant scrutiny and you are held to a higher standard of ethical conduct than other citizens; this higher standard also covers things like online social networking.

November 18, 2011

Brownells Establishes 'Center For Zombie Awareness' Web site

DOJ's CrimeSolutions.gov Rates Justice Programs

The Website, which is under the Office of Justice Programs (OJP) division, is designed as "a central, credible resource to inform practitioners and policymakers about what works in criminal justice, juvenile justice, and crime victim services," according to a DOJ press release.

June 27, 2011

PoliceCommunity.net Training Portal Reaches 10,000 Subscribers

PoliceCommunity.net currently offers nine general subject domain courses representing more than 50 hours of in-service training with three more courses scheduled to come online before the end of this calendar year, and an additional 10 courses now in-progress.

May 6, 2011

Virginia Chiefs Implement PoliceCommunity.net Training Portal

The Virginia Association of Chiefs of Police (VACP) has entered into a strategic partnership with The Response Network (TRN) to provide Virginia law enforcement agencies with specific online in-service training courses offered exclusively by TRN at its PoliceCommunity.net, which provides an online in-service training.

April 29, 2011

COPS Office Announces Online Training Course for LE

The training course, "Team Up: Action Planner for Police-Security Partnerships," provides police and private security partners with assistance in establishing and sustaining partnerships, helping create a customized action plan, and highlighting aspects of successful police-private security partnerships that can be easily replicated.

April 11, 2011

FBI National Academy Offers Online In-Service Training From The Response Network

Texas Detectives Use Online Database to Locate Murder Suspect

Huntsville detectives entered the name of a suspect in the murder of a 17-year-old girl into LeadsOnline, a database used to track stolen goods. Only days later, the suspect was apprehended in Iowa after police followed a lead using information acquired from the database.

September 23, 2010

Officers and LE Support Groups Boycott Portland Cafe
Violator Buys Police Website To Complain About Speed Cameras
Gun Rights Advocates Target California Detective Following Facebook Posts
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