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Capitol Police Want 60-Day Extension on National Guard Aid

Black Florida SRO Fired Over Using N-Word

Officer Delvin White, who served in a local middle school, was fired for “violations of policy that prohibit discriminatory conduct,” said a news release. He was an eight-year veteran of the department.

March 3, 2021

First Look: Ending Towing Headaches

First Look: Ending Towing Headaches

AutoReturn enables more efficient response to towing requests, reducing the amount of time police wait for tow trucks and improving officer safety.

March 3, 2021

AL Chief Thanks Illinois Governor for Signing Police Reform Bill, Sending Good Officers South
Budget Cuts Could Result in San Francisco Police Layoffs

Budget Cuts Could Result in San Francisco Police Layoffs

San Francisco police are facing possible budget cuts that could result in 167 officers — or 11 percent of the force — and 43 civilians being laid off as the pandemic prompts city departments to tighten their belts.

February 18, 2021

Capitol Police Vote No Confidence in New Chief

The union said that 92% of its members voted no confidence in acting Chief Yogananda Pittman, who assumed the role two days after the riots. Union Chairman Gus Papathanasiou said there are leaders within the department that are better suited for leadership.

February 16, 2021

Oakland Police Veteran Sworn in as City's New Chief
Lieutenant Explains Why She Left Minneapolis PD

Lieutenant Explains Why She Left Minneapolis PD

While our leadership held us back and we remained unsupported by our state, our city and our police administration, our neighborhoods burned. We felt helpless. And to add insult to injury, they gave up our home [station], and called it "just bricks and mortar."

February 5, 2021

NJ Chief "Claws" Across Ice to Rescue Mother and Toddler from Frozen River

CA Lawmakers Want Sheriffs with No Police Experience

“Sheriff is one of the most powerful elected offices,” said state Senator Scott Wiener, who sponsored the bill, which was introduced Thursday. “For 139 years, from 1850 to 1989, anyone could run for sheriff and the people could select who they wanted to hold this very powerful and impactful position.”

February 3, 2021