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Brooks recounts with vivid detail her experiences in the police academy and as an officer on patrol.
High-paying “extra duty” jobs — like sitting in a patrol car monitoring traffic at a road construction site — are also protected by the contracts.
HOW THE POLICE BANK MILLIONS THROUGH THEIR UNION CONTRACTSBY ANDREW FORD, ASBURY PARK PRESS, AND AGNES CHANG, JEFF KAO AND AGNEL PHILIP, PROPUBLICAFEBRUARY 8, 2021PROPUBLICA
Anderson says the 9-year-old started screaming, “I want my dad,” and resisted the officers’ efforts to get her into the patrol car.
Two days later, Emery ordered the agency to study the issue of chokeholds in a bid to understand why they were the focus of so many complaints against police officers despite the patrol guide’s ban.
STILL CAN’T BREATHEBY TOPHER SANDERS, PROPUBLICA, AND YOAV GONEN, THE CITY, VIDEO BY LUCAS WALDRON, PROPUBLICAJANUARY 21, 2021PROPUBLICA
To date, none of the patrol unions have ever gone on strike.
She held a variety of duties, including working as an evidence technician, and most recently working as a patrol officer.
Montgomery County Police Chief Marcus Jones recently said the department will change its body-camera regulations to require all SWAT officers to wear the devices, just as the county’s uniformed patrol officers have worn them for several years.
Armijo has directed each of the department’s three divisions of the department — support operations, investigations and patrol.
His department beefed up patrols during overnight curfew hours in Cameron County during the first phase of the pandemic.
Video footage — Cameron did not say from where — began at the point when area patrol officers arrived at the location.

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