Law Enforcement Articles

How to become a 911 Dispatcher

How to become a 911 Dispatcher

A 911 dispatcher is a skilled specialist whose job consists in answering emergency calls and dispatching necessary emergency services that may include police, fire, or medical care. They provide critical information to the callers, classify the needs, and provide the first responders with the required information for the delivery of prompt assistance.

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How to become a Corrections Officer

How to become a Corrections Officer

The corrections officers are the forefront of the order and safety in the prisons, jails and other detention facilities. The main duty is to carry out the set of rules, security checks and emergencies to maintain security in the jail for inmates, staff and entering visitors.

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Peoria AZ Police Recruiting

Peoria AZ Police Recruiting

The Peoria, Arizona, Police Department is Hiring!   Watch Heather Morrell, Police Recruitment and Training Manger, discuss the Recruitment and Hiring Process, including: Sworn and Non-sworn Positions Qualifications Disqualifiers Salary Hiring Process Training To...

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Westminster Police Recruiting

Westminster Police Recruiting

The Westminster Police Department is Hiring! Entry Level and Lateral Police Officers Watch this recruiting video to learn more   Ready to move on? Here are five things to look for in a new police department The importance of self-evaluation when considering a...

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How to Become a Special Agent (1811)

How to Become a Special Agent (1811)

While many individuals equate special agents with the FBI, there are many agencies that offer career opportunities as a criminal investigator. Approximately, there are one hundred federal agencies that have law enforcement functions.

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The Law Enforcement Application Process, An Inside Look

The Law Enforcement Application Process, An Inside Look

Law enforcement agencies around the country are facing a wave of retirements and resignations and are struggling to recruit new officers. A recent U.S. Department of Defense study found that 71% of Americans between the ages of 17 – 24 do not meet the minimum standards for military service.

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