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Vector Solutions Unveils New Application for Managing Law Enforcement Field Training Officer Programs

The three-part system not only makes it easier to provide training, but it also helps to increase safety measures in the field by ensuring accurate documentation and accountability for every single officer, the company says.

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Online Criminal Justice Degrees

Columbia Southern University offers flexible online criminal justice degrees that allow you to earn your degree at your own pace, while keeping your current job a priority.

2 Atlanta Officers Fired for Alleged Excessive Force During Protest Response

Two officers with the Atlanta Police Department have reportedly been fired for alleged excessive use of force over the weekend while responding to protests and rioting in the city over the weekend.

Michigan Lawmaker Proposes Bill to Increase Police Officer Training

A state senator in Michigan has introduced a bill to "strengthen community-police relations and reduce excessive use of force by police officers."

Acadis Readiness Suite

Highly secure and FedRAMP-authorized, Acadis automates your high-volume training and compliance operations as it integrates tasks like scheduling, registration, testing, inventory, compliance, and more.

LAPD to Award $41M in Bonuses to Officers with Higher Education

The Los Angeles Police Department is set to award officers who have college degrees nearly $41 million in bonuses in the coming budget year, even as thousands of other city employees face pay cuts amid a financial crisis at City Hall.

Missouri Court Upholds Firing of Officer in Use-of-Force Case

A Missouri appellate court upheld the termination of a former officer with the Columbia (MO) Police Department who allegedly injured a prisoner in 2011.

Troy Acoustics Seminar Postponed Until October

The 2020 shooting range design seminar hosted by Troy Acoustics and Siebein Associates will now be held October 28–29 in Jacksonville, Florida.

Annual ILEETA Conference Postponed Until August

The annual conference hosted by the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association (ILEETA) that had been scheduled to take place later this month has been postponed until early August, due to concerns over the rapidly evolving outbreak of COVID-19.

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South Carolina May Prohibit Untrained Police Recruits from Patrolling Alone

Currently, officers with no prior training can patrol by themselves in their first year on the job. This policy has been around for decades because of the long wait times for academy training and the need for officers in some small towns.