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Exploring Policing: Training Young People in the Profession Yields Benefits

Simply by participating in Cadet, Explorer, and Internship programs, young "recruits" almost always become advocates and ambassadors for police within their families and peer groups—that outcome alone is worthwhile return on investment, regardless of whether or not any individual goes on to become a sworn officer.

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TX Officers Rescue Kidnapped Child During Traffic Stop

After running the man’s information, they learned he had an active warrant for kidnapping the child out of Oklahoma in July. He was immediately taken into custody.

School Resource Officers Adjust to the Post-COVID Campus Paradigm

It's fair to say that education in America will never be what it was before the year that COVID hit. As everyone begins to adjust to whatever "new normal" will develop in coming years, it will require effort from students, parents, teachers, administrators, and most notable the SROs whose job it is to keep all of the above safe.

Officer Saved Baby in 2000, Last Week He Pinned a Badge on Her

Her mother, who works in dispatch, began digging. After several calls, she was able to get in contact with Sgt. Jeff Valdivia, who still works with the Escondido Police Department.

2022 Innovative LE Leaders: Missouri Chief Works to Build the Character Of Kids

Through athletics and day camp activities Willard Police Chief Thomas McClain teaches his community’s kids about responsibility, honor, self control, and discernment.

NY Sheriffs to Race at Watkins Glen in Sheriffs’ Showdown 2

“We can't race by the rules of the racetrack. We can't race head-to-head so there's not a start and finish. So, we are racing eight laps and we're looking for the closest to the adjusted track speed for that car you're driving,” explains Sheriff Todd Baxter.

Dallas Police Provide New Shoes to More Than 500 Kids

"Building relationships within our community is a very important aspect of our job. Over the past six years, the Share the Shoes campaign has enabled us to bridge the gap and make a tighter bond and connection with the communities we serve,."

MN Officer Rescues 4 Children from Burning Duplexes

Officer Bill Beaudette was patrolling the city’s East Side when he noticed a cloud of smoke in the area and located a duplex on fire. After calling the fire department, he took action.

Officers Engage Communities During National Night Out

National Night Out, traditionally held on the first Tuesday of August each year, began in 1984. The first annual National Night Out involved 2.5 million neighbors across 400 communities in 23 states. The annual event is organized by the National Association of Town Watch.

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FL Sheriff’s Office Deploys Mobile Video Game Theater for Kids

“A lot of kids, they'll come out to our events, and they get very competitive, and they want to play the deputies in video games. They sit there competing with each other on video games and it's a wonderful experience because that is bridging the gap between them and law enforcement and also the community that we serve,” Bell says.

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