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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:
Employment Opportunity for US Citizens with UN Police Mission Experience

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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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City Council Puts Off Pension Funding Again SPRINGFIELD, IL – $230 million, that's the total amount of unfunded liability the city of Springfield has. Tuesday night, city council put off making a decision on how to fund those pensions once again.
Hilliard, police union ink three-year deal OHIO – Hilliard police officers will receive a 5.5 percent salary increase this year but agreed to hand over to the city administration all decisions concerning health-care plans as part of a three-year contract between Hilliard and Fraternal Order of Police Capital City Lodge No. 9.
New Lenox Police to Get Pay Bump in New Contracts ILLINOIS – New Lenox police patrol officers and sergeants will see pay increases, after the village board Monday approved new contracts.

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