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NYPD Implements Policy to Protect Most Vulnerable Officers from COVID-19
Portland Chief Named New Philly Commissioner

Portland Chief Named New Philly Commissioner

In taking over in Philadelphia, Outlaw would lead the nation’s fourth-largest municipal police department, which has about 6,600 sworn officers and 800 civilian employees. By comparison, the Portland Police Bureau has 877 sworn officers and 300 civilian employees.

December 30, 2019

Social Media Scandal Rocks Command of Burlington, VT, PD

Social Media Scandal Rocks Command of Burlington, VT, PD

The first casualty was Brandon del Pozo, who resigned as chief after it came out that he was using a fake Twitter account to heckle activists who were critical of the city. Stepping in to take his place was casualty number two, Jan Wright, who was shortly after put on paid administrative leave after it emerged that she had a fake Facebook account

December 23, 2019

NYPD Commissioner Resigns, Replacement Named
Veteran NYPD Chief Dies by Suicide Before Mandatory Retirement

Boston's Top Cop Fires Back at ACLU "Paper Warriors"

Boston Police Commissioner William Gross ripped into ACLU "paper warriors" for suing the city over a gang database, saying the civil rights advocates are turning a blind eye to "atrocities" committed by gang members.

November 26, 2018

Syracuse Names Kenton Buckner As its Next Chief of Police

Connecticut Police Officer Fired Over "Trigger Happy" Comment

The department said in a Facebook post that Officer Stephen Barone was fired "after the completion of internal investigations and a formal hearing process regarding charges related to his interaction with a group of people in August 2018 and his supervision of a traffic incident in July 2018."

October 18, 2018

Canines Bring Comfort to Victims

Canines Bring Comfort to Victims

The goal whenever a comfort dog is used during a crisis is to "calm people down then push them off to the resources they need. We also do a lot of work with first responders, especially in debriefings."

October 2, 2018