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All Bluefield Police Department officers to wear body cameras BLUEFIELD, WV – Officers with the Bluefield Police Department will soon be equipped with body cameras.
FOP donates iPads to burglarized W. Phila. school The local Fraternal Order of Police lodge donated 20 iPads to Our Mother of Sorrows St. Ignatius School on Monday as part of an effort by the organization to replenish the school's computer lab, which was burglarized in early June.
Employment Opportunity: Police Chief, West Allis, WI Application deadline: August 21, 2015

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IMPD Chief and representatives with Fraternal Order of Police discuss trip to Washington, D.C. The chief joined other top law enforcement officials from across the country and the U.S. Attorney General. They group discussed ways to implement a series of recommendations outlined in report that aims to strengthen police training, oversight and transparency.
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N4T Investigators: Pima County Sheriff's deputies say they're being denied boosts in pay "We don't need to be a training ground," says Costaki Manoleas, president of the Fraternal Order of Police Pima Lodge 20. But that's what's been happening over this year as Pima County declines to give deputies an expected step increase in pay.
San Bernardino, police negotiators agree on contract City officials trumpeted the deal, although it must be ratified by the City Council before it goes into effect. The police union met Friday night to discuss the deal and tallied their votes Wednesday, said San Bernardino Police Officers Association attorney Ron Oliner.
IMRF could manage police, fire pension investments GALESBURG, IL – Increases in contributions from the city into police and firefighter pensions is the largest budgetary concern facing the City Council today, and it is due to regulations mandated by the state.

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