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Lawyer: Man Who Hit CA Recruits with SUV Fell Asleep at Wheel, One Recruit in Grave Condition

One of the critically injured recruits, Alejandro Martinez, has taken a turn for the worse and is in grave condition in the hospital. Martinez suffered broken legs, brain swelling and internal bleeding from the crash.

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2 CA Recruits Still Critical After Being Hit by SUV, Suspect Released

Gutierrez was released from custody Thursday evening, citing California penal code 849(B)(1), which authorizes peace officers to release arrested persons from custody due to insufficient grounds to file a complaint against that person

Examining PERF's "40 Guiding Principles" to "Retool" Police Recruit Training

If police trainers can examine—with an objective and critical eye—some of the suggestions made in the new Police Executive Research Forum (PERF) report on recruit training, a great deal of good can potentially come of it for officers, agencies, and the communities they serve.

Driver of SUV That Hit CA Recruits Charged with Attempted Murder

Nicholas Joseph Gutierrez, 22, was charged with attempted murder on a peace officer with additional charges pending.

25 CA Recruits Injured When Hit by SUV

“We're going to look at the totality of this incident, from an intentional act, to distracted driving, to possibly impaired driving, to an accident. We will not leave anything uninvestigated at this point right now,” says CHP Capt. Charlie Sampson.

OSHP Launches TikTok Account to Recruit Troopers

“TikTok provides us with another avenue to begin conversations with individuals who we know are looking for a meaningful career of service," Col. Charles A. Jones, patrol superintendent, says.

Financial Incentives Meant to Address the Recruiting Crisis Mostly Miss the Mark

As the Los Angeles Police Department continues to look for new ways to attract young officers into its ranks, it has unveiled plans for a program intended to lure recruits to the agency that centers on financial assistance for housing.

TX Police Recruit Collapses During Training and Dies

Marquis Kennedy was training in defensive tactics Friday when he let staff know that he was not feeling well. “He was immediately removed from the exercise and told to sit with a member of the training staff for further monitoring. A short time later, he collapsed,” the Arlington Police Department reported.

Judge Rules DC Vax Mandate Unlawful, Potentially Enticing New Police Recruits

It remains to be seen whether the recruiting dilemma in the District will soon be fully solved—or if Mayor Bowser and Chief Contee will be saved by the court—but it is clear that there is a pressing need to have patrol officers working in the city on the Potomac.

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Phoenix Recruit Applications Increase as $20k Raise Begins

“We are really excited about the response we’ve been getting. People are telling us they want to join the City of Phoenix and we’re getting more and more people signing up to be recruits."

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