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Albuquerque, NM, Police Department
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N.M. Police Department to Bring Retired Officers Back to Work

May 30, 2024
The Albuquerque Police Department is taking advantage of a new state law allowing retired officers to return to work at law enforcement agencies and keep their pension payments...
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Survey: Police Hiring Up in 2023 for 1st Time Since Before Pandemic

April 29, 2024
More officers were hired in 2023 than in any of the past four years, and departments saw an overall drop in resignations and retirements last year, according to the Police Executive...
Hartford, CT, Police Department
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Conn. PD to Hire New Chief, 50 Officers with Proposed $2M Budget Bump

April 29, 2024
Short over 100 officers, the Hartford Police Department looks to hire 25 new recruits this fall and another 25 next year, an employment push that is part of the agency's proposed...
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Rethink Law Enforcement Recruiting

April 26, 2024
Recruitment strategies and efforts for police and law enforcement agencies need to be closely scrutinized and adjusted to fit into today’s volatile job markets.
Freeborn County, MN, Sheriff's Office
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Grants to Let Minn. Sheriff's Office Recruit, Train 2 Untraditional Employees

April 24, 2024
Two grants from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety's Office of Justice Programs will go to the Freeborn County Sheriff's Office for people looking to transition into law...
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Analysis: Only 31 Recruits in LAPD's Past 10 Academy Classes

April 22, 2024
The LAPD needs to hire about 60 new officers a month to overcome the force's attrition rate of retirements and job departures, along with the agency's smaller-than-hoped-for academy...