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New UTSA Chief of Police to Focus on Partnerships and Community | UTSA today | UTSA

As Chief of Police, Schoenborn will focus on expanding community and university police partnerships through a wide range of programs and outreach initiatives focused on improving accountability, accessibility and visibility on campus. “My goal is to introduce exciting new strategies that promote safety and a sense of belonging on campus,” …

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Army vet and former law enforcement officer help Bismarck officer protect himself from attack

An army veteran and former law enforcement officer sprang into action on Monday morning when a Bismarck police officer was attacked at the airport. At around 11 a.m. Monday, an officer was asked to check on a man at the airport, according to Bismarck police. They say the man, Christopher …

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Law Enforcement Reports March 3-6, 2022 | News

Here’s a look at the arrests reported by the Cullman Police Department on Friday, Saturday and Sunday: 3/4 Domestic Violence: Katelynn M. McCown, 28, of Cullman, arrested on Main Avenue SW. Public intoxication: Todd A. Woodruff, 27, of Albertville, arrested 2nd Avenue SW. 3/5 Driving under the influence; endangering the …

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Time Travel: A History of Law Enforcement in Dundalk

We have celebrated various events related to the birth of our nation over the past six years, but the one that has been barely mentioned and which has greatly affected Dundalk over the past 100 years is fast approaching.It’s the arrival of the Civic Guards in Dundalk on November 1, …

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Green Mountain Falls Provost warns of new reporting requirements for law enforcement | Mail from Pikes Peak

Green Mountain Falls Marshal Virgil Hodges last month issued a warning about legislation that will add time and cost to every Colorado law enforcement agency. Hodges, who is retiring in April, warned Mayor Jane Newberry and the city’s board of directors to be aware of the new reporting requirements that …

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Accidents kill law enforcement officers in Florida and California

Two crashes – one in a helicopter and the other in a collision with a car – have killed two law enforcement officers in Florida and California. The two officers joined 49 other law enforcement personnel killed in the line of duty across the country so far in 2022, according …

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How this free hiring tool aims to elevate the law enforcement industry

Sponsored by Guardian Alliance Technologies By Courtney Levin, Police1 BrandFocus Staff Very few, if any, of the daily tasks of a cop can be described as “easy”. Not only has it become increasingly difficult to enforce the law safely among the general public, but administrative tasks are sometimes hampered by …

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Platkin issues updated guidelines on law enforcement involvement in election activities

Acting Attorney General Platkin issues updated guidance on Involvement of law enforcement in electoral activities and protections Against illegal voter intimidation Show Tips TRENTON- Acting Attorney General Matthew J. Platkin today issued guidance to New Jersey law enforcement officials regarding new rules regarding election-related law enforcement activities. The acting attorney …

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Lake Region State College program seeks to fill law enforcement jobs – Grand Forks Herald

GRAND FORKS — For the 12th consecutive year, Lake Region State College will bring its law enforcement training program to Grand Forks this summer. John Maritato, LRSC Police Department Lieutenant and Director of the Peace Officer Training Program, came to Grand Forks for each of these academies. Maritato said the …

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Debate on the appropriate use of force for law enforcement | Washington

OLYMPIA — The degree of force used by a police officer must be “proportionate and reasonable,” according to a bill recently approved by the state Senate. The bill also specifies that officers will also be allowed to engage in vehicular pursuits as long as there is a “reasonable suspicion” during …

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Appropriate use of force for law enforcement debated

Appropriate use of force for law enforcement debated By Juan Morfin WNPA News Group • February 11, 2022 6:30 p.m. By Juan Morfin WNPA Press Group The degree of force used by a police officer must be “proportionate and reasonable,” according to a bill recently approved by the state Senate. …

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ASK A COP — Which local law enforcement agency has the most authority? – Port Arthur News

Oscar d’Orange asks: I’m not ashamed to admit that I’m confused about the operational differences between law enforcement agencies in the state of Texas. What is the difference between the municipal police, the DPS, the constable, the sheriff and who has the greatest authority? Responnse: It is confusing for many. …

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Mental health assessment requested for man accused of attacking law enforcement

Feb. 4 – The Troy man accused of injuring Police Chief Katie Davis during his Jan. 2 arrest will undergo a mental health evaluation at Montana State Hospital. Jonathan Joseph Peterson, 33, faces charges of assaulting a peace officer, disorderly conduct, intimidation, resisting arrest and obstructing a peace officer following …

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