Nonprofit Helps Law Enforcement Families Cope With Tragedy Of Fallen OfficersConcerns Of Police Survivors is a nonprofit that provides resources for families of fallen police officers. Its mission is to help repair shattered lives.
OSHA Recommends 'Cops' Makes Changes After Crewman's Death By Police During ArrestIn the letter to Langley Productions, OSHA recommended teaching employees how to film from a distance when there is gunfire in the area, taking precautionary measures when deciding whether to accompany law enforcement into crime scenes and removing bonus incentives that encourage employees to take risks to capture more action-packed stories.
Calif. Given Federal Grant To Hire 100 New Law Enforcement OfficersCalifornia is receiving nearly $20 million in federal grants to help hire more than 100 new law enforcement officers across the state.
Bankrupt Stockton Hires Additional Cops To Qualify For Federal GrantThe bankrupt city of Stockton is ready to bring in 17 more police officers after meeting hiring levels required for a federal grant.
The Don Geronimo Show - April 5, 2013
Stockton Mayor Proposes Tax Hike To Fund Public Safety ProgramsThe Stockton bankruptcy trial continued today. A management consultant for Stockton wrapped up testimony saying the city cannot financially pay its debt.