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49-Year-Old Deputy Dies at IN Academy
The new deputy was set to graduate in two weeks from the academy.
San Francisco Welcomes Largest Recruit Class Since 2020
“I am overjoyed as I look on at this class of recruits,” Chief William Scott said. “Our recruitment unit has worked hard to streamline the hiring process and double down on the quality of applicants as well as the quantity. I thank them..."
Vector Solutions Offers Free Online Guide to Legislation Affecting Police
The legislative guide focuses on law enforcement concerns such as use of force, training requirements, criminal justice reform initiatives, data transparency, and more.
Columbia Southern Lets Potential Students Compare College Costs With Online Cost Calculator
“Information is power,” said CSU Chief Marketing Officer Dale Leatherwood, who led the calculator development team.
3 Fargo Officers Shot, One Killed, at Accident Scene
Officer Jake Wallin, 23, a military veteran who served in both Afghanistan and Iraq joined the Fargo Police Department less than three months ago.
OR Agency Proposes Accelerated Training Schedule for New Officers
The agency proposed a $6.4 million plan to add night classes and grow academies from the traditional 40-person class to 60 people. It would mean hundreds more new officers trained over the next two years.
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Atlanta Council Approves Funding for “Cop City” Training Center After 13 Hour Meeting
Shortly before 5: 30 a.m. Tuesday, having exhausted all speakers, the City Council passed the vote to the boos of the crowd that still remained.
10 Tips for Responding to Mental Health Crisis Calls
The Harris County Sheriff's Office is a model for other agencies that want to learn about crisis intervention and mental health crisis response. Sgt. Jose Gomez shares the story of their programs and provides 10 tips for mental health crisis call response
Ohio Deputy Dies After Medical Emergency at Police Academy
Sheriff Charmaine McGuffey announced that Deputy Marcus Zeigler died after experiencing a medical emergency while "participating in police academy activities."
MILO’s Modular Shooting Range
Known for its training simulators, MILO is now building and delivering turnkey live-fire shooting range systems that can be set up in a parking lot.
10 Tips for Reviewing Use-of-Force Reports
While the burden of accurately reporting use-of-force situations is on an individual deputy or officer, the person reviewing those reports shares in the responsibility of making sure the reporting is done properly, with clear details included.
Coroner Says MS Police Recruit Died by Suicide at Academy
Hinds County Coroner Sharon Grisham Stewart said Tuesday that the unnamed recruit "took his own life by gunfire.”
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