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Social Media Update

Secret Tactics for L.E. Social Media By Capt. Stephen Jones We have discovered some secret knowledge known only to select members ...
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What My Eyes Beheld

What My Eyes Beheld… Jay Martinez (A shovel-man at the top of the bucket brigade) I had no problem driving on a ...
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15 Years Later – Feature Interview

15 Years Later: Bernard Kerik 40th Police Commissioner of the City of New York By George Beck   It’s been 15 years ...
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Exclusive – 8-13 Story of Survival

8-13! A Story of Survival and Brotherhood William “Will” Jimeno By Joe Uliano On Sept. 11, 2001, several Port Authority Police ...
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Tribute

Hold the Door By Lauren Fazio, Daughter of Ronald C. Fazio  I remember the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, like it ...
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Women In Blue

Remembering an American Hero Captain Kathy Mazza-Delosh Port Authority of NY & NJ Police Department By Captain Donna Roman Hernandez (Ret.) Their ...
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Corrections

Inspired by 9-11, NJ Department of Corrections Officer Goes from Marine Corps to Law Enforcement to Police Tactical Training ...
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Up Close Interview

Louie D. Cacchioli By Melinda Inzani Louie D. Cacchioli was born in Borgo Val di Taro, Italy. He moved to the ...
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Gone But Not Forgotten

Who Is Nancy Eulalia Perez? By Julia Torres On Feb. 12, 1965, in the province of Pinar del Rio, Cuba, Nancy ...
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Inside Perspective

9/11: A Recollection By Rafael Rosa  It was like any other September morning, yet what lay ahead on that pleasant and ...
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