Supreme Court Upholds Michigan’s Ban On Race And Gender Preferences In Employment, Education

The following post will be the lead article in the May issue of our newsletter, Public Safety Labor News. To learn more about Public Safety Labor News and how to subscribe, visit The United States Supreme Court continues to whittle around the edge of the basic constitutional question concerning affirmative action programs – do […]

Force Science Institute Details Reasons For Delaying Interviews With OIS Survivors

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Dallas Police Department To Resume Training For Field Sobriety Tests

DALLAS, TX &#8211 The Dallas Police Department announced Monday night that it was reinstating field sobriety test training for officer recruits after concerns were raised that the exam was more prone to flunking minority recruits than whites. Chief David Brown has determined that the curriculum meets established standards, based on consultation with a state administrator, […]

Diabetic Syracuse Firefighter Suing To Get Job Back

SYRACUSE, NY &#8211 A Syracuse firefighter with lifelong diabetes is suing after the city fired him for fear he’d put others in danger. John Williams claims the city broke civil service law by forcing him off the job without explanation on Aug. 25, 2011. That was a day after Williams suffered from low blood sugar […]