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Spotlight: American Police Hall of Fame & Museum
Nation's first national law enforcement museum and memorial dedicated to officers killed in the line of duty
NY senator calls for $20M to aid police drug effort
StarGazette.com ELMIRA, NY — U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer visited Elmira City Hall on Monday afternoon and called for more funding to equip police officers with screening devices to identify potentially dangerous street drugs. The bill, dubbed the Providing Officers With Electronic Resources — or POWER Act — would create a $20 million grant program through the U.S. Department of...
Ala. governor awards grant to police department for drug detection device
WVTM13.com MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey has awarded a nearly $23,000 grant to the Moody Police Department to upgrade equipment and assist officers on the job. A news release from the governor's office said the $22,955 grant will go toward the purchase of a hand-held analyzing device which can identify 450 illegal drugs, including heroin and methamphetamine. The device allows...
NH grants used to improve school security
WMUR.com LACONIA, N.H. — New Hampshire schools are using millions of dollars in grants from the state to improve security. About 90 percent of all kindergarten through grade 12 public schools received some type of funding, including SAU 30 in Laconia. "Laconia received approximately half a million dollars for improvements to all of the city schools," Police Chief Matt Canfield...
Understanding bias and power in community policing
Police-community relationship often fail because the law enforcement officer is unaware of a fact the community constituency knows all too well
Judge bars immigration policing criteria for 2 grants
A judge blocked the Trump administration from imposing conditions for police departments to cooperate with ICE to receive law enforcement grants
How faux collaboration stymies community policing efforts
The idea that somebody else should get to vote on our course of action is contrary to our instincts – but it is key to successful community policing
Icarus Aerospace and Boeing create new UAV capabilities for public safety officials
Ability to use the Boeing S-100 unmanned system in poor weather conditions will significantly decrease dangers to responders
Ill. state trooper helps driver with blown tire
The officer said he did not think twice about giving the man a ride and monitoring traffic while he changed the tire
Ohio deputy who was set on fire out of the hospital
An Ohio deputy who was set on fire while arresting a fugitive is out of the hospital and "in good spirits"
 



 


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