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What are the different ranks in law enforcement

February 28, 2012

The law enforcement ranks of police agencies in the U.S. vary widely depending on whether the agency is a metropolitan law enforcement department, a s... Read More

Law enforcement forums: Why they're important

February 28, 2012

Law enforcement forums are not hard to come by online. They are a good way to convey the latest information about law enforcemen... Read More

What are the response times for law enforcement?

February 28, 2012

Law enforcement response times must be quick in order for crimes to be averted and public safety maintained.  While responding quickly to a 911 emergency is imperative in b... Read More

The role of riot police in law enforcement

February 28, 2012

The role of riot law enforcement in the U.S. is to control the general public when there’s a demonstration, protest or other activity that threatens to become violent or d... Read More

What are law enforcement forums

February 28, 2012

If you’re considering going into police work, or are already in the profession, you might be wondering about the role law enforcement forums.&nb... Read More

How to apply for law enforcement university

February 28, 2012

  First off, your choice of a law enforcement career is an admirable one.  Although police work can be stressful, you’ll be entering a profession in whic... Read More

How to find law enforcement training schools

February 28, 2012

  Police careers offer great employment opportunities, with good pay, benefits and opportunity for advancement.  A career in law enforcement is also something ... Read More

What to study to become a law enforcement officer

February 28, 2012

It always helps to have college level training in the area of criminal justice if you seriously want to become a law enforcement officer.  Some areas of the country are esp... Read More

What education do I need to become a law enforcement officer?

February 28, 2012

  The first thing you need to become a law enforcement officer in most local police departments is a high school diploma or a GED (General Equivalency Degree). ... Read More

What it takes to become a law enforcement detective

February 28, 2012

As of 2009, there were just over 110,000 people employed in law enforcement detective jobs in the U.S.  This number includes local, state and federal departments. While the... Read More

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