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Reforms needed as pensions become outrageous BOYNTON BEACH, FL – Last month, a Boynton Beach police sergeant got his job back despite being fired for allegedly viewing porn while at work. That isn't the outrage.
Police union leaders urge Emanuel to alter plan for state police CHICAGO, IL – Police union leaders on Monday urged Mayor Rahm Emanuel to modify his plan to assign 40 state troopers on 30-day loan to Chicago to serve fugitive warrants to get known criminals off the street.
Killeen police officers could see cut to overtime KILLEEN, TX—While the Killeen City Council considers giving an additional raise to civil service employees, Killeen police officers also could see a sizable cut to funds budgeted for overtime next fiscal year.
Tulsa police officers once again allowed to drive patrol cars home TULSA, OK—For the last few years, you may have noticed a bunch of police cars parked near the edge of city limits each night.
Collinsville Police to be first City employees to honor Martin Luther King Jr. Day COLLINSVILLE, IL—By a unanimous vote of the Collinsville City Council Monday, police officers became the first City employees to honor Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Missouri FOP emergency trailer deployed to Ferguson FERGUSON, MO – Two weeks of unrest in Ferguson has created challenging times for Missouri law enforcement.
Thousands of Ind. workers retiring early INDIANA – By month's end, Indiana cities, counties and schools will see thousands of early retirements as some public employees avoid interest rate cuts to their retirement benefits.
Police Department In Oregon City Gives Pay Raise To Its Bilingual Officers HERMISTON, OR – As Hermiston's Hispanic community has grown to more than a third of the city's population, police officers who speak Spanish are in high demand.
Sheriff's Department seeking extra $230K for wages HALL COUNTY, NE – Hall County Sheriff Jerry Watson has lost nearly 20 percent of his sworn officer staff in the last three years to law enforcement agencies in Lancaster County, Fremont, Seward, Crete — and across the hallway from his office to the Grand Island Police Department.
Dallas Police Chief: City Needs Just One Police Group DALLAS, TX – Dallas Police Chief David Brown said in a recent interview that the city would be better served by having one united police association instead of its current four groups. The associations for black and Latino officers involved said they just aren't ready for that yet.