Why So Much Turnover in the Dillingham Police Department?
At the moment the Dillingham Department of Public Safety is fully staffed but if the recent trend continues that won’t last. KDLG’s Mike Mason reports.
Midland Police Department shares credit card safety tips
The Federal Trade Commission reports that hundreds of thousands people fall victim to identity theft and credit card fraud each year in America.
SPECIAL REPORT: How did the state falsely accuse 40,000 of unemployment fraud?
It’s supposed to protect the vulnerable, but when the Unemployment Agency makes a mistake who holds them accountable? Over the past few years, 40,000 Michiganders have been accused of fraud and more than 90% of those were false accusations.
Salinas Police Department Receives Grant
$10,000 donation to the Ralston Police Department on 9/11
On September 11th, the Ralston Police Department received several cards from residents thanking them for their service to the community. Police Chief Ron Murtaugh says no one was more surprised tha…
The Norton Police Department Tip A Cop Huge Success
The Norton Police Department would like to send our most sincere appreciation to Pizza Hut of Norton and the Norton Community. With your support and donations, we were able to raise $1,075.20 for t…
Why the Justice Department’s review of police agreements matters
Apr 4, 2017 Posted by In Politics Tagged Political News US Congress(WASHINGTON) — One of the key — and most controversial roles — the Justice Department has come to play is policing the police in the United States The DOJ has reviewed the Chicago and Baltimore police departments, and it has investigated police-involved shootings, such as the fatal shooting of Michael Brown, in Ferguson, Missouri, and…
Portland Police Department Wants You To Answer The Call
MN Police Department Wins Twitter with Hilarious 4/20 Tweet
ISU police department responds to concerns after student’s death
(Radio Iowa) — The leader of the Iowa State University Police Department says they got a lot of calls from parents with safety concerns following the stabbing death of a student at a golf cou…
The Council Bluffs Police Department Wants Your Drugs! No Questions Asked!
As part of National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, the Council Bluffs Police Department will participate in the semiannual event sponsored by the Drug Enforcement Agency. Our event is designated …
Elk Grove Police Department Investigating Threats Made Against Local Church
The Elk Grove Police Department is investigating threats made against local church.
Read what the Task Force found out about the Chicago Police Department!
Thank you to Lori Lightfoot, Victor Dickerson and Joe Ferguson from the Police Accountabilit
Michigan Police Department Suggests Some Hilarious New Year's Resolutions
Bath Township suggests that instead of resolving to lose a few pounds (because that means no Wendy's Baconators or Pizza Rolls dipped in ranch and that's unacceptable.), you try out some of the following.
Here’s how you can rate the East Moline Police Department
Cedar Rapids Police Department offers holiday crime prevention tips
The Cedar Rapids Police Department would like to remind everyone of a few crime prevention tips this holiday season. The Cedar Rapids Police Department would like to remind everyone of a few crime prevention tips this holiday season.
What are Tulsa Police Department, city employee social media policy guidelines?
A Tulsa World review found the social media policies for Tulsa Police officers - a major issue cited in former Officer Wayne Brown's lawsuit - and guidelines for other city
King City Officials Seeking Input on Future of Police Department
Salinas Man's Family Files Suit Against Police Department
Online rants by would-be shooters create dilemma for police
BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Their anger is all over social media for the whole world to see, with rants about minorities, relationships gone bad or paranoid delusions about perceived slights. The perpetrators of mass shootings often provide a treasure trove of insight into their violent tendencies, but the information is not always seen by law enforcement until after the violence is carried out. In addition, rants and hate speech rarely factor into whether someone passes a background check to buy guns.