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Educator finds new purpose helping to mold students at historic, cost-free, private residential school in Hershey, Pa.
The Veterans Justice Initiative partners with local law enforcement to identify veterans who could benefit from services and how to improve officer resiliency
There are three common elements that can drive the best outcomes
“[The program] serves as a bridge between the individual skills acquired in the military and the opportunities awaiting them in the civilian workforce,” said Major General Shawn Manke , Minnesota National Guard adjutant general
The tour honors the service of Airmen both past and present in a showcase of musical excellence with all concerts free and open to the public
There were multiple attempts to deploy stop sticks to disable the vehicle, but the attempts failed, the sheriff’s office said
Leon Lott serves as Richland County sheriff and S.C. State Guard commander
Not only do many veterans find law enforcement appealing but employers are typically eager to hire former military personnel
Podcast will address the strategies that allow law enforcement and tactical unit commanders to maintain control of critical incidents
A new state law requires police agencies to establish policies about the use of such equipment
Woman’s journey to recovery fosters healing for military veterans, first responders
A new California law requires police agencies to get approval to use — or continue using — certain equipment
The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office says the SkillsBridge program is a win-win situation
The “mudroom” is that unpleasant place military and law enforcement officers can find themselves thrust into as they engage an opponent in a fierce struggle
Hunter Lopez, 22, had planned to join the sheriff’s office after his deployment, said Sheriff Chad Bianco
The individual was detained and will be transferred to the Metropolitan Police Department, base officials said
Officer George Gonzalez died after he was ambushed on a bus platform outside the Pentagon
While responding to a trespassing call, Officer Rogerson found a small – and very hungry – citizen in need
Children are now safe, police said. The suspect was not immediately identified
The two sailors were flown to a hospital in critical condition, officials said
Maj. William J. Walker testified that he received a “frantic” call from former Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund, but had to wait hours for approval from defense officials
A bill passed by the Senate’s veto override last week includes new guidelines for federal officers
A seemingly random phone call from a 78-year-old North Carolina woman to a Massachusetts detective ended with $65,000 recovered
The exoskeleton uniform of the near future aims to increase decision-making time and safety for officers and decrease the need to go hands-on
6 takeaways from the Army Field Manual doctrine on readiness and sleep cops can use to reduce fatigue
Blue H.E.L.P, an organization dedicated to raising awareness for law enforcement suicide, is spearheading the project
Both professions require tactical approaches that without command, control, coordination and communication could result in death or discipline
State Police and U.S. Navy personnel worked to safely detonate unexploded ordnance that a Massachusetts man found in his yard Saturday
About 300 U.S. flags that were posted along sidewalks in dozens of front yards are expected to fly throughout the weekend