Law Enforcement

Taxation by Citation: City of Adrian Used Court Fund to Pay Bonuses for Police Department

City of Adrian bank statements show a handful of bonuses paid to employees of the police department from the city’s.

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Officer Killed in the Line of Duty to Be Laid to Rest Friday

The middle Georgia police officer killed in the line of duty last weekend will be laid to rest Friday. Alamo,.

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DPS Receives H.E.A.T. Grant to Continue DUI Task Force and ALS Program

The Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (GOHS) has awarded the Georgia Department of Public Safety (DPS) a Highway Enforcement of.

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GBI Releases Add’l Information on Chase, Shooting in Evans County

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation released a summary of events following preliminary investigations after Friday night’s chase and shooting in.

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VIDEO: Suspect Goes Facebook Live While Fleeing From, Shooting At Police in Evans County

WARNING: The video contains explicit language, references to and audio of violence, and other graphic content. It is not suitable.

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Georgia Department of Public Safety: Salary increase for employees is ‘mandatory’

(The Center Square) – One of Georgia’s top law enforcement officials is calling on Georgia lawmakers to increase taxpayer-funded pay.

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Kemp Will Use Some COVID-19 Funds for $1,000 Bonus for First Responders

Governor Brian Kemp announced Monday that a $1,000 pay supplement for all eligible sworn law enforcement officials and first responders.

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Law enforcement leaders call for mandatory minimum sentences in Georgia

(The Center Square) – Top law enforcement officials in Georgia are calling for mandatory minimum sentences for offenders to reduce.

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Van Vleck Cohort of Savannah Tech Police Academy Graduates 9

Nine students from the Savannah Technical College Peace Officer Academy recently celebrated graduating from the program with a completion ceremony. Liberty County.

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Judge tosses Minneapolis policing ballot language

(The Center Square) – A Hennepin County judge tossed proposal ballot language asking voters if they want to replace the Minneapolis Police.

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