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The Veterans Justice Initiative partners with local law enforcement to identify veterans who could benefit from services and how to improve officer resiliency
“Both professions are good at recruiting members in but are lacking in adequately preparing members to exit out.”
It’s not unusual for officers to have prior military experience — and that’s evident by our roundup of departments acknowledging their dedication and service
Texas deputy Bill Hardin started his law enforcement career on Feb. 1, 1947
A web-based police training course outlines public safety de-escalation tactics for military veterans in crisis
These restaurants and retailers are offering discounts to celebrate, thank and honor all those who have served in the U.S. military
Lt. Joseph Fix credits his time in the military as an Army Ranger and police SWAT training for his ability to remain calm and focused
Kane County (IL) is using alternative court programs to help military veterans heal their brains and their bodies
We owe the one-half of one percent who don the uniform the opportunity to acclimate back into society and deal with any demons from their military service
Not only do many veterans find law enforcement appealing but employers are typically eager to hire former military personnel
The Bipartisan Safer Communities Act includes funding to expand mental health and support services in schools