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FOP donates iPads to burglarized W. Phila. school The local Fraternal Order of Police lodge donated 20 iPads to Our Mother of Sorrows St. Ignatius School on Monday as part of an effort by the organization to replenish the school's computer lab, which was burglarized in early June.
Employment Opportunity: Police Chief, West Allis, WI Application deadline: August 21, 2015
Employment Opportunity: Executive Director, Kalamazoo County (MI) Consolidated Dispatch Authority

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IMPD Chief and representatives with Fraternal Order of Police discuss trip to Washington, D.C. The chief joined other top law enforcement officials from across the country and the U.S. Attorney General. They group discussed ways to implement a series of recommendations outlined in report that aims to strengthen police training, oversight and transparency.
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IMRF could manage police, fire pension investments GALESBURG, IL – Increases in contributions from the city into police and firefighter pensions is the largest budgetary concern facing the City Council today, and it is due to regulations mandated by the state.
Buffalo Common Council to Vote on Police Contract Buffalo police officers have been working without a contract for a decade. But by tomorrow, they could have a deal with the city.
City kicks off budget hearings Police Cheif Karl Jegeris presented a roughly $14.7 million budget for the department in 2016, which is up from about $13.5 million in 2015. Parks Director Jeff Biegler asked for roughly $8.5 million in funding.

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