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Florida Department Celebrates K-9's Retirement

Officers with the Jupiter (FL) Police Department are celebrating the successful career of one of its K-9s.

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Video: Massachusetts Officer Retires with Emotional Final Radio Call

For 41 years, Officer Steve Zecco of the Leicester Police Department served his community. On Friday he entered into retirement with an emotional final radio call.

How To Retire a Police K-9

Handlers and agencies should decide early on who will be taking on which costs and responsibilities for a dog retiring from law enforcement work.

Video: Retiring Tennessee Officer Makes Final Radio Call to Dispatcher Daughter

After 25 years of service with the Chattanooga Police Department, Officer Austin Garrett signed off for the final time on Friday. Austin's daughter, Haley, was the Hamilton County 911 Emergency Communications District Dispatcher on the other end of that emotional call.

Wyoming Officer Wounded in 2018 Gunfight Decides to Retire

According to Laramie Live, 27-year-old Jacob Carlson is retiring to focus on his health and his family, saying, "Both my physical and mental health have steadily declined."

Boston's Famous "Bullpen Cop" to Retire from the Department

The officer with the Boston (MA) Police Department who was made instantly famous for his unbridled emotional response to a David Ortiz game-tying grand slam in the eighth inning of Game 2 of the American League Championship Series is scheduled to retire this month.

Veteran California Officer Retires after 50+ Years of Service

Ron McDonald passed the 50-year milestone in 2015, but has decided in 2018 that it's finally time to stop working.

The Growing Gap in Pension Funding

Government retirement programs may not be as safe as you think. Here's what you can do to protect your future.

LAPD Officer Arrested, Accused of Deferred Retirement Fraud

Police Officer Terry Johns joined the Deferred Retirement Option Plan, or DROP, in July 2014. The following month he filed a workers' compensation claim for a bad back, public records show.

Baltimore Judge Rules City Violated Contracts by Cutting Police, Fire Pension Benefits

A judge ruled Tuesday that former Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's overhaul of pension benefits "unlawfully withdrew" a variable pension benefit that paid out more money to retirees when the stock market improved.