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When Kathleen Jackson felt like she couldn't pedal her bicycle any longer, she grabbed for a picture of fallen Burbank Police Officer Matthew Pavelka hanging around her neck for inspiration. Pavelka's aunt was one of roughly 1,600 people —...
The Burbank Police Department has embarked on a multiyear quest to achieve accreditation from an independent agency established by the U.S. Department of Justice. The process through the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies is in...
Burbank Police will host its first Spanish-language community academy next year. If it is successful, an academy in Armenian could follow. Police said they plan to reach to out to Spanish speakers to help them understand U.S. laws. They also hope to...
City officials are recommending that the City Council hire two outside consultants to ensure that the Burbank Police Department emerges from officer misconduct investigations on solid footing. In his report to the Police Commission and City Council,...
LOS ANGELES — Local, state and federal law enforcement agents swarmed a Burbank home Monday in a training exercise aimed at finding a potential radiological device. The drill started with the mock detonation of an improvised explosive device in...
The following release was issued Wednesday morning by the Van Buren County Sheriff's Department: Sheriff Dale R. Gribler is pleased to announce that the Van Buren County Sheriff's Office K9s will be receiving bullet and stab protective vests thanks to...
email@example.comSTANFORD — Residents in the Lincoln County area might want to be extra cautious with their cash while local law enforcement is dealing with an influx of counterfeit money. Over the past two or three weeks, police have recovered $200-$300 worth...
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The L.A. County Sheriff's Department is seeking to fire a narcotics deputy charged with lying about finding drugs after detaining a couple, whom the county will pay $550,000 to settle a false-arrest lawsuit, officials said. Francisco Enriquez has...
An overgrown 8-acre plot in Opa-locka in northwest Miami-Dade County is the focus of a new search for the body of a woman who disappeared from Hallandale Beach three years ago. Lynda Meier, 40, was last seen in the pre-dawn hours of June 4, 2010....
SUNRISE BEACH, Mo--Authorities at Lake of the Ozarks are looking for a man wanted in connection to a kidnapping from northern Missouri. The Camden County Sheriff's office was involved in a short pursuit with Brian Adkinson on Monday. According to a...
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A couple who alleged that they were falsely arrested and framed for drug possession were awarded $550,000 on Tuesday in a legal settlement involving a Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy who has been charged with perjury. The county Board of Supervisors...
Imperial Valley Press Staff Writer, Copy EditorBRAWLEY – With the full support of his family and young friends, 16-year-old Gabriel Gastelo has his sights set on a career in law enforcement. “Ever since I was young I wanted to be a cop,” he said. And as a Brawley Police Explorer...
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