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New Fraternal Order of Police programs to involve families Palm Beach, FL – With a new president and vice president at the helm, Fraternal Order of Police Associates #19 last week announced new programs designed to boost police department morale and include families of employees.
Law enforcement, supporters hold "All Lives Matter" rally in Huntsville HUNTSVILLE, AL (WHNT) – The rally at the Huntsville Public Safety Complex began with simple words: "Police lives matter, all lives matter." Law enforcement and their supporters came, despite the rain, to share that message as a team.
Lower Providence police K-9 honored for 10 years of service MONTGOMERY COUNTY, PA – LOWER PROVIDENCE >> After 10 years of dogged service to the Lower Providence Police Department's K-9 unit, the furry Shadow was honored by the board of supervisors with a proclamation Feb. 19.

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Statement of Fraternal Order of Police National President Chuck Canterbury on Pasco Shooting
Task Force Calls for More Police Body Cameras Established by President Obama after last year's police killings, group sees need to connect officers and neighborhoods. A presidential task force on policing is calling for increased use of body cameras and other technology, and expanded efforts to connect officers with neighborhoods, among a list of proposals aimed at building trust between law enforcement and communities.
FOP Slams Congress - Will Score Vote on DHS Funding Don't Put Politics Ahead of Public Safety

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Former Wesley man heads Des Moines Police Department A former Wesley resident is the new chief of police in Iowa's capital city.
Marshall board approves police union contract MARSHALL, WI – The Marshall Village Board approved a three-year contract with the police union Jan. 13. The contract includes a 1 percent wage increase on July 1, a one-half percent wage increase on July 1, 2016 and a re-opener clause for wages for the third year of the contract.
Oceanside police pay set to increase OCEANSIDE, CA – Oceanside police officers could see a 4.5 percent bump in pay over the next two years under a proposed contract up for a vote by the City Council today.

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