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On most occasions, reading up on pension plans and retirement planning would probably put you to sleep. But there's a good reason to get excited if you're getting started in law enforcement. Changes to Minnesota's public employee pension plan have resulted in a substantial increase in retirements-which could open the door for a wave of new officers and promotions.
This first-of-its-kind training academy will be taught by Rasmussen College instructors and licensed deputies from the Cass County Sheriff's Department.
This year's film Gangster Squad opened with Sgt. O'Mara stating "every man carries a badge," and although it's true every person has their loyalty tied to some concept or ideal, it is law enforcement officers who wear the badge of justice. With this week being National Police week - the time to honor and remember fallen officers - Capt. Paul Ebel from the Green Bay Police Department opened up about the importance of the police badge.
In an age of frenzied social interaction, keep yourself informed about who is writing the most compelling crime-related articles.
There are many opportunities to volunteer in your community, and many valuable reasons to contribute your time. With so many options to volunteer for organizations in your area, it can be overwhelming trying to decide which one is right for you. Don't stress! We have outlined some of the biggest options for local law enforcement volunteer opportunities to make your decision easier for you.
In 1962, President Kennedy proclaimed May 15th as National Peace Officers Memorial Day, and the calendar week in which May 15th falls as National Police Week. This year, National Police Week is May 13-19, and it is dedicated to honor the memory of all law enforcement officers who have given their lives in the line of duty.
On April 3-4, 2012 Rasmussen College in Fargo, North Dakota hosted a Cass County Sheriff's department training on campus.
Rasmussen College Criminal Justice students learn just how important the legal system is from a wrongfully accused man.