Peace Officers


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Peace Officers

Sheriffs, constables, marshals, city police officers, and other public officials whose duty it is to enforce and preserve the public order.

See: police
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The memorial includes the names of 34 New Brunswick peace officers who have died in the line of duty.
1 defines a peace officer as a state patrol officer, a University of Minnesota peace officer, a police officer of any municipality and a state conversation officer in certain situations.
"We honor our law enforcement officers every day of the year, but on Peace Officers Memorial Day, we show our support by lowering our flags to half-staff," said Lori Sharpe Day, Interim Memorial Fund Chief Executive Officer.
It doesn't train school personnel as peace officers but lets them carry their weapons as long as they undergo district-specific training and have a handgun license.
By sponsoring the Criminal Justice Career Skills Certification, the Missouri Peace Officers Association have identified, and validated key knowledge criminal justice professionals should have when pursuing a career.
Don Dease is the national director and secretary of the Correctional Peace Officers Foundation,
Instead it focuses on the role and relationships of Calgary Transit peace officers to illustrate how municipal policing costs can be redistributed.
Kennedy said this observance honors those peace officers who, through their courageous deeds, have lost their lives or have become disabled in the performance of duty.
Chapters on each position give a history of the office, describe the role and duties of modern peace officers, and give information on qualifications and special requirements.
Yet Page's protagonist, the California Correctional Peace Officers Association (CCPOA), offers more depth and pathos than you might expect from an organization of government employees.
The Contra Costa County Peace Officers Monument is located in Martinez, California.