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NAUMD announces winners of Best Dressed Public Safety Award®
The program calls attention to the important role uniforms play in LE and public safety
Shortage of emergency dispatchers prompts Maine to consider improving benefits
A proposed bill would open up special state retirement plans that previously were available only to police, fire and EMS personnel
How Columbine gave rise to threat assessment teams
While hindsight is 20/20, looking back over the last 20 years we can identify several red flags that could have been raised on the Columbine shooters
Roundtable: 20 years after Columbine, are our schools safer?
Police response to school shooters has changed dramatically since Columbine, but what work remains to be done to protect our schools?
Keys to successful multi-jurisdictional, multi-disciplinary response
Doug sits down with Chief Bill Harvey to discuss response to large-scale events
Photo of the Week: Power shift
This week's photo comes from Officer Kyle Taylor. Taylor writes: "My wife took this picture of me after a 21-hour 'power shift.' More like a 'power through it shift.' A long night of crime-fighting followed by scheduled training and I couldn’t even get my boots off lol. At least she’s a lieutenant for our sheriff’s office jail and understands how hard...
Senior slugger: 65-year-old woman hits burglar with bat
"He better be glad I didn't have a gun," Clarese Gainey said
Wife of wounded Orlando LEO sues apartment complex, gunman's estate
Officer Kevin Valencia remains in a coma following the encounter
Minneapolis to ban 'warrior' training for police, mayor says
Officers will no longer be permitted to participate in “warrior”-style training, even on their own time
Gunman shoots off-duty LEO twice at home in ambush attack
The suspect shot and wounded an off-duty Nez Perce Tribal Police officer Wednesday before being killed in a shootout


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