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Philadelphia Police Ordered to Wear Face Masks to Protect Against Coronavirus

Pennsylvania Police Union Loses in Fight Over Tattoos

The Philadelphia Fraternal Order of Police lost in its bid to defend officers who have visible tattoos that some might construe as offensive following an incident in which an officer was seen in a short-sleeve uniform shirt revealing a tattoo some argued was a Nazi symbol.

October 18, 2019

Killing Police Morale

Killing Police Morale

Verbal and physical attacks on officers are taking a toll on the officers and on the nation's safety.

August 5, 2019

Pennsylvania School Police Officers to Lose Arrest Powers

Seven months after a Snyder County judge granted full arrest powers to Selinsgrove Area School District Police Chief Mark Wolfberg and two of his part-time officers, Pennsylvania lawmakers have stripped much of their authority away.

August 2, 2019

Nuance Teams Up with CAD/RMS Provider Nexgen

This partnership is designed to meet public safety's needs by combining Nuance's powerful Dragon Law Enforcement speech recognition technology with Nexgen's robust set of software system offerings – with both partners bringing decades of experience in their sectors to bear.

June 27, 2018

PA Troopers' Use of Force in Shooting Justified, DA Says

Having watched that video, Morganelli said, he has nothing but praise for the restraint Cpl. Seth J. Kelly and Trooper Ryan Seiple showed before their suspect was able to break free, grab a gun from his car, and open fire, critically injuring Kelly.

November 16, 2017

Boston Mayor Opposes Military Gear for Officers

Clinton Campaigns in New York Calling for Police Reform

“Hillary will make new investments to ensure law enforcement officials are properly trained on issues like implicit bias, conflict resolution, and use of force so they’re equipped to protect their own safety and the safety of others,” it says on her campaign site.

April 4, 2016

N.J. Police Can Now Use Stun Guns in More Situations

North Jersey law enforcement officials praised new guidelines Thursday that give officers broader discretion in deciding when to deploy stun guns, while a leading civil rights organization criticized them as giving too much power to police.

March 4, 2016

NYPD Hopes More Potent Pepper Spray Will Lead to Fewer Police Shootings