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Small OH Department Strives for Big Youth Impact

"They need to see and have a consistent observation that the police are good at really, really, young ages because your imprinting years are from 0 to 8. So, if they have all of these positive experiences with us, that is going to stay with them the rest of their lives,” Chief Tom Wetzel says.

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CA Lieutenant With Autistic Son Leads Awareness Efforts; He and Wife Design Special Patch

Lt. Brian Corletto, of the Whittier (CA) Police Department, is leading his department’s efforts to educate the community about individuals on the autism spectrum as Autism Acceptance Month is observed across the nation during April. The veteran officer of 16 years understands the need to create understanding and acceptance not just as a first responder but also as a parent.

Tennessee Agency Building Positive Relationships with City's Juveniles

“The focus of our department is to help our youth make better decisions before they reach a point of no return,” Clarksville Police Chief David Crockarell says.

Girls’ Basketball League Named in Memory of Fallen MA Trooper

The Trooper Tamar Bucci Unity Basketball League (UBL) for Girls compliments ongoing UBL divisions in Brockton, Fall River, Chicopee, Worcester, and Boston.

FOP Issues Statement Supporting "Broken Windows" Policing

"We have to address this now with a sense of urgency, which is why I was so heartened to see the recent comments by New York City Mayor and former police captain Eric Adams calling for a return to “broken windows” policing," FOP President Patrick Yoes said.

Little Boy Imitates AL Officer

“Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Never forget why you do this job, but most importantly, never forget who is watching.”

Police Clear Snow From Seniors’ Homes Near Chicago

Nearly two feet of snow had fallen in the village and Ray Hicks needed to clear a path in front of his home. However, officers from the Merrionette Park Police Department soon arrived to take care of the cold task.

False Alarm Siren in Ohio Offers Reminder for Police Trainers

There was no report of severe weather in the area and the Emergency Alert System is functioning correctly. KPD apologizes for any inconvenience caused by the alarm.

5 Elements of a Professional Agency

Accreditation is the foundation of professionalism. You build on it with high-quality policies, effective communication, and transparency with the community.

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Chiefs Discuss Challenges of Technology and Need for Transparency During Veritone Webinar

The moderator asked the chiefs if their greatest technology challenge was: interoperability, obsolescence, or the cost of acquiring technology.

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