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From MPD Officer To Oakland’s First Female Police Chief

                  When Anne Kirkpatrick returns to Memphis this year for her 40th high school reunion, she’ll have a pretty solid answer to the question, “So what are you doing now?” Kirkpatrick, a graduate of Hutchison School and the University of Memphis and a former Memphis police officer, takes […]

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After $87K Verdict FOr Female Cop, Lawyer For Randolph Reportedly Seeks New Trial

                  The lawyer who represented the Randolph and the township police department against a female officer’s allegations of gender discrimination is trying to obtain a new trial and to set aside the $87,000 verdict awarded to her by a seven-person civil jury last month, the Daily Record reported. […]

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Ventnor To Pay Female Police Officer $50,000 In Sexual Harassment

                  VENTNOR – The city will pay $50,000 to its lone female police officer as part of a settlement of a sexual harassment lawsuit brought against the city, Atlantic City Police Officer Joseph Rodriguez, who heads the county training academy, the Ventnor police chief and captain, and other […]

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Two Police Officers Attacked In The First Two Days of 2017

                  TWO police officers were attacked while on duty in the first two days of the year. A 46-year-old engineer is facing allegations he bit an officer on the shoulder while being arrested when he appears in court later this month. Meanwhile an 18-year-old Worthing woman was […]

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Female Police Officer Files $1M Gender Discrimination Lawsuit Against The City

                  A female Dallas police officer is asking for more than $1 million in a gender discrimination lawsuit against the city, claiming she was assaulted by a male superior. Michelle Herczeg, 36, filed the suit against the city of Dallas on Wednesday, claiming she “was targeted for […]

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Oakland Gets Its First Female Police Chief Who Will Clean Up The Troubled Department After Underage Prostitute Scandel

                  Oakland has appointed its first female police chief after the city’s department became embroiled in a sex-abuse scandal featuring an 17-year-old prostitute. Anne Kirkpatrick from Memphis, Tennessee has been headhunted by Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf to clean up the troubled department. Over the summer, three police […]

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Former Officer Hopes RCMP Turns A Page On Harassment

                  Earlier this month, the Harbour Grace native was among hundreds of former Mounties and civilian members who welcomed news of a settlement to a pair of class-action lawsuits. The federal government has agreed to a $100-million payout. “I was saying it’s almost like getting out of […]

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Half Of Complaints Against RCMP Lead To Discipline, Data Suggests

                  Using RCMP aircraft to poach caribou, leaving a loaded gun at a gas station, sexual offences involving children and not responding to calls for help are among 700 cases over the last five years where the RCMP found its employees had broken its rules or the […]

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Police Officer ‘Joked About Raping A Female Colleague And Groped Her’

                  A police officer asked a junior colleague to sleep with him, commented on her “great norks” and groped her, a court heard. PC Ian Maidlow, 46, asked the new recruit to sleep with him and told her “you’ve got a stick up you’re a***” when she […]

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Two Former Thames Valley Police Officers In Running To Become Country’s Top Police Boss

                  TWO former Thames Valley Police officers are in the running to become the boss of the biggest force in the country. Former chief constable Sara Thornton and Cressida Dick, who served as a superintendent for a brief period in the region, could become the first ever […]

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