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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.

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Statement of FOP President Chuck Canterbury on Recent Violence Targeting Law Enforcement Officers
NY Post Article: Ambushed Texas cop was shot 15 times in head and back
Another Officer Assassinated: FOP Demands Expansion of Hate Crimes Law to Protect Police

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Labor News
NFOP Collective Bargaining Seminar November 9-12, 2015 Las Vegas, NV Presented by The National Fraternal Order of Police Division of Labor Services
Milwaukee Police Union Asked To Contribute To Pension Fund The city of Milwaukee will try to get its unionized police officers to pay more of their pension contributions, under a discussion tied to Gov. Scott Walker's push to end collective bargaining for most public employees in Wisconsin.
City, police and fire unions reach contract agreements HAYS, KS – The City of Hays and the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 48 have reached a tentative agreement for the years 2016 through 2018. The current agreement is set to expire at the end of 2015.

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