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Retired officer honored at Enid Police Department ENID, OK – Retired Enid Police Department Officer Justin Lamle was honored Thursday for his more than 25 years of serve to the department.
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Police, firefighters receive 'thank you' lunches on Labor Day NILES, OH – Police officers and firefighters were treated to a special lunch courtesy of Olive Garden on Monday.

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City of Red Wing, Minnesota adopts a Resolution in Support of Law Enforcement
FOP Thanks Warren County, OH Sheriffs for Adoption of FOP Model Resolution
President Canterbury Meets with Vice President Biden Discussed Violence against Police, Federal LE Programs

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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
Area police, fire agencies favor survivor medical benefits idea PAW PAW, MI – Representatives of several area police and fire departments Thursday held a press conference to support a proposed state law to grant medical benefits to survivors of fallen police officers or firefighters.
Southwest in money crunch: Commission seeks public's support for joint police department FARRELL, PA – The tone of Southwest Mercer County Regional Police Commission's special meeting was grim Thursday evening as residents and representatives, mostly from Wheatland and West Middlesex, heard announcements regarding the legitimate, looming threat of the department's potential dissolution.

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