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Retired North Carolina officer bikes cross country to raise awareness for suicide among first responders

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Retired Gaston police officer Chris Lowrance is biking more than 4,000 miles across the country to raise awareness about mental health and suicide among first responders. Having set out from Astoria, Oregon, he […]

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Amazon’s Ring security device app aims to be more transparent with police requests

1 day 7 hours ago

Amazon’s Ring, a camera unit that attaches to doorbells and other areas to monitor users’ homes, is changing the way police request video footage after calls for more transparency. Previously, police would make […]

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New Jersey Supreme Court rules in favor of disclosing the identity of police officers disciplined for misconduct

2 days 13 hours ago

The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled in favor of overturning policies that shield the identity of officers subjected to internal discipline for misconduct. The year-long lawsuit arose from directives by New Jersey Attorney […]

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Police officer who began working after 9/11 explains how public sentiment towards police has changed

3 days 13 hours ago

A veteran police officer in the tristate area who chose to remain anonymous for privacy reasons explained to Business Insider how the law enforcement profession has changed since he joined around the time […]

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Wisconsin bill aims to de-certify police officers to prevent job-hopping

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Wisconsin lawmakers have proposed a bill aiming to prevent problematic police officers from job-hopping by expanding the scope of decertification. The bill, introduced by Rep. Moore Omokunde, would create statutes to de-certify officers […]

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