If you can’t be a professional, leave the profession

If you can’t be a professional, leave the profession

Author: Mike Wood I recently had the opportunity to spend the day at a law enforcement academy, mingling with cadets and staff. Although I never attended this academy, the sights and sounds brought back many memories of the four years...
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Chicago PD release video of LEOs responding to call of Jussie Smollett’s alleged staged attack

Chicago PD release video of LEOs responding to call of Jussie Smollett’s alleged staged attack

By PoliceOne Staff CHICAGO — Chicago police released nearly 70 hours' worth of video Monday of the alleged staged attack on “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett. Video shows an officer responding to a 911 call at Smollett’s apartment, AB...
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Charges filed in killing of Mo. officer

Charges filed in killing of Mo. officer

Associated Press ST. LOUIS — A man with a violent criminal history in North Carolina was charged Monday in the shooting death of a Missouri police officer. Officer Michael Langsdorf of the North County Police Cooperative was killed Sunday afternoon...
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Automate shift bidding to increase productivity, transparency and morale (white paper)

Automate shift bidding to increase productivity, transparency and morale (white paper)

Sponsored by Kronos Employee scheduling is a challenge for any organization, especially public safety agencies, which must balance 24/7/365 demands with union rules, labor compliance guidelines, common workplace practices and employee safety and fatigue concer...
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Cocaine haul from ship at Philadelphia port grows, arrests now stand at 6

Cocaine haul from ship at Philadelphia port grows, arrests now stand at 6

Associated Press PHILADELPHIA — Federal authorities have upped the amount of cocaine they seized from a ship at the Philadelphia port to more than 35,000 pounds, or 15,876 kilograms, making it the largest cocaine haul in the history of U.S....
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Police officer fatally shot at Mo. food market

Police officer fatally shot at Mo. food market

Associated Press ST. LOUIS — A police officer responding to a bad check complaint at a food market has been shot and killed near St. Louis. North County Police Cooperative Chief John Buchannan says officer Michael Langsdorf responded to a...
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Philadelphia cocaine haul from ship grows, arrests now stand at 6

Philadelphia cocaine haul from ship grows, arrests now stand at 6

Associated Press PHILADELPHIA — Federal authorities have upped the amount of cocaine they seized from a ship at the Philadelphia port to more than 35,000 pounds, or 15,876 kilograms, making it the largest cocaine haul in the history of U.S....
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Police arrest 70 climate change protesters outside New York Times

Police arrest 70 climate change protesters outside New York Times

Associated Press NEW YORK — Police say 70 climate change protesters were arrested after they blocked traffic outside the New York Times building. The protesters from the group Extinction Rebellion hung banners on the skyscraper in midtown Manhattan on Sa...
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Agency chief: US border faces ‘overwhelming’ strain

By Jarrell Dillard Bloomberg News WASHINGTON — The head of U.S. Border Patrol defended using military personnel at the U.S.-Mexico border, saying extra resources are needed “as long as we face this crisis” of an influx of migrants. Speaking a...
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5 tactics to protect your police agency from ransomware

5 tactics to protect your police agency from ransomware

Author: Cole Zercoe It was around 6 p.m. on Dec. 7, 2014 when an officer at the Tewksbury Police Department noticed erratic behavior on the department’s computers. They were suddenly sluggish and strange errors were occurring. As the night went...
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