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Study confirms: Force-on-force benefits top traditional target training In the first study of its kind, researchers have confirmed that force-on-force training is significantly superior to traditional firearms practice in at least three important ways:
National FOP Now Accepting Proposals for National Conference Services Audio Visual Services, Decorator Services, Registration Program, Voting Program RFPs available

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Vice President Biden Joins FOP in Salute to Fallen Heroes 33rd Annual Memorial Service Honors Officers' Sacrifice
LEGISLATIVE ALERT: National Blue Alert Bill Seeks vote on bill to create a National Blue Alert system
Coburn Blocks Blue Alert and Vest Bills Leahy and Cardin Seek Votes on Senate Floor, but OK Senator Objects

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Labor News
St. Paul police to get 6.25 percent raise over 3 years, arbitrator says MINNESOTA – St. Paul police officers and some 911 center workers are slated to get a 6.25 percent raise over their three-year contract — slightly more than the city's offer and significantly less than what the police union was seeking.
For $50 fee, Lexington officers would be able to drive cruisers for personal use KENTUCKY – Lexington police are considering changes to the city's cruiser policy that would allow officers to use city-owned vehicles for personal use for a $50 monthly fee.
Glenview Police Union Contract Extended GLENVIEW, IL – Glenview village trustees have approved a police union contract extension through 2018 that was also ratified by rank and file officers earlier this month.

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