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Updated: Sep. 24 (14:07)

Gov Christie 200 Million Dollar Drug Initiative
New Jersey Law Enforcement Commanding Officers Association
El Paso police, firefighters return from Hurricane Harvey flood-ravaged Houston region
El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
LETTER TO THE MEMBERSHIP REGARDING CONTRACT NEGOTIATIONS
Little Rock Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge #17
Funeral Services for Retired Detective John Seelig
El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
Felon Who Killed NM Officer In 2016 Sentenced To Life Without Parole
El Paso Municipal Police Officers' Association
Wayzata Officer William Mathews
South Metro MN Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 14
 
     
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New FOP Benefits Marketplace

The FOP has been working diligently to bring you new products and services to help protect you and your family. We have formed FOP Benefits for our members. Please visit your new marketplace at www.fop-benefits.com to review the new offering of benefits, including: Critical Illness & Accident – NEW!! Assault & Needlestick – NEW!! Pension Protection Plan – NEW.
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State Announces Deposit To Rainy Day Fund, Downward Revision To FY 2017 Revenue Outlook

State Announces Deposit To Rainy Day Fund, Downward Revision To FY 2017 Revenue Outlook The state budget office put the final touches on the Fiscal Year 2016 books Wednesday, with more money going into a reserve fund but a tempered outlook for current year finances. Office of Budget and Management Director Tim Keen said a stronger-than-expected ending balance for FY 2016 allowed for $29.
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Flying While Armed Course Offering
Flying While Armed 12/27/2016 Officers and departments often need to use air travel on official business as a quick and cost effective way to travel.  According to the U.S.
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Ohio Supreme Court: Base sentences on pure cocaine, not filler
By Andrew Welsh-Huggins, The Associated Press Posted: 12/23/16, 3:30 PM COLUMBUS >> Sentences for Ohio drug offenders caught with cocaine must be based on how much pure cocaine the suspects had, not on the weight of the entire amount of suspected drugs, which could include filler material such as baking soda, the state Supreme Court ruled Friday.
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