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Judge Shoots Down “Bias” Questions on MA Police Certification Questionnaire

The Peace Officer Standards and Training, or POST, Commission, written into law in 2020, has been seeking to have officers fill out this questionnaire to determine if they have “good moral character” as part of its licensing process.

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NJ Proposed Legislation Would Require License for Cops

The proposed licensing program would require all law enforcement officers to meet certain uniform professional standards to become, or continue to be, an active law enforcement officer in the state.

MA Senate to Vote on Bill Requiring Officers to Re-Certify Every 3 Years

The bill would limit the use of deadly force to instances where de-escalation tactics have failed or are not feasible and "such force is necessary to prevent imminent harm to a person and the amount of force used is proportional to the threat of imminent harm."

CentralSquare Records Customers in Eight States Receive NIBRS Certification

CentralSquare, a leader in public sector technology, has announced that multiple customer agencies have received National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) certification from the Criminal Justice Information Services Division agencies in Colorado, Connecticut, Minnesota, New York, North Carolina, Oregon, Texas, and Wisconsin.

U.S. Department of Defense POST Selects Acadis Readiness Suite

The U.S. Department of Defense Peace Officer Standards and Training (DoD POST) has awarded Envisage Technologies a contract for the Acadis Readiness Suite. It will support legally defensible training and certification records for approximately 120,000 police officers.

Private University Police Department Seeks to Block Decertification Effort

Brigham Young University says it will make every effort to block an effort to decertify the institution's police force.

Utah Agency Faces Decertification Amid Misconduct Allegations

The Brigham Young University Police Department is facing decertification after failing to investigate alleged misconduct by one of its officers.

Understanding the LEOSA Qualification Process

The requirements for a retired officer to carry under the Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act are simple, so agencies and officers shouldn't complicate them.

Former Seattle Chief Argues for National Licensing of Officers

Stamper said that the capacity to revoke a police officer’s license — in the same way a bar association can pull an attorney’s right to practice law — provides a red flag for other departments when they are hiring.

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Genetec Receives SAFETY Act Certification from DHS for Anti-Terrorism Technology

Genetec Inc. has announced that Genetec Security Center, its flagship unified security platform, has been granted the SAFETY Act Designation and Certification by the U.S Department of Homeland Security.

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