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Windsor Locks (CT) Residents Back Safety Upgrades During

The new EMS facility is projected to cost $6.6 million. If approved, the old station will be knocked down.
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Maury County (TN) Responders Honored

Members of Maury County's emergency services have been recognized for saving the life of a motorcycle rider earlier this year.

Watch: Some Boston (MA) Mayoral Candidates Attend Emergency Responders Forum

Four of the six Boston mayoral candidates attended a forum put on by Boston first-responders unions, with most of the candidates in attendance saying the police department was understaffed.
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Law Enforcement Struggles to Gain Recruits

Law enforcement saw a wave of retirements and departures and are struggling to recruit the next generation of police officers in the year since George Floyd's killing.
A firefighter from the 423rd Civil Engineer Squadron, listens to a walkie-talkie during an exercise at RAF Molesworth, England, Sept. 23, 2020.

Public Access to Honolulu (HI) Police and Fire Scanners to End

The public's long-standing access to routine radio communications by Honolulu police and firefighters is coming to an end.
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Civilians in Tacoma (WA) Could Be Trained to Take Over Some Police Work

Thousands of emergency calls made in Tacoma could be handled by trained civilians rather than sworn police officers.
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Barron County (WI) Launches Rescue Task Force

Barron County Emergency Services recently created a countywide Rescue Task Force capable of responding in the event of a an active shooter.
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DE Police: Three Officers Stable after Being Shot

A large police presence could be seen after three officers were shot responding to a call, Wilmington police said.
In this image from body-camera footage provided by the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office, deputies approach a set of doors with their weapons drawn inside a building at the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority bus and rail yard after hearing shots fired from beyond the doors, Wednesday, May 26, 2021, in San Jose, Calif.

Police Release Body-Cam Video of CA Rail Yard Shooting

The nearly 4 1/2 minutes of footage is from one deputy who arrived minutes after the first shooting reports and while shots were still being fired.
In this Feb. 11, 2015, file photo, Attorney General Eric Holder and Vice President Joe Biden award the Medal of Valor to Sgt. Jeffrey Pugliese from the Watertown, Mass., Police Department, during a ceremony in the Old Executive Office Building at the White House Complex in Washington.

Officer Who Tackled Boston Marathon Bomber Retires

Watertown police Sgt. Jeffrey Pugliese retired on Monday after more than 41 years on the force.