Turmoil In Spokane PD

SPOKANE, WA – A Spokane police sergeant charged with the rape of another officer was laid off Friday, and the president of the city police union was accused of sharing information about the case when he shouldn’t have. An internal review panel looked at the charge against Sgt. Gordon Ennis and recommended barring him from work without pay per city policy, according to a news release from city officials….

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Statewide Connecticut Police Union Set To Merge With Municipal Employees Union

After nearly 50 years, the state’s largest police union will fold into a larger statewide municipal union due to rising expenses, loss of membership and the unwillingness to pay higher membership dues, according to its president, Patrick Gaynor. Gaynor, a police captain in Meriden, confirmed Council 15 Connecticut Council of Police is transitioning to become part of Council 4. Both unions are affiliated with the American Federation of State,…

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Police Associations Meet With Rams Over Players’ Demonstration

The five St. Louis Rams football players who held their arms up in the “hands up, don’t shoot” gesture first seen on the streets of Ferguson, Missouri, have set off a firestorm of controversy. The move, which took place at the start of Sunday night’s game against the Oakland Raiders, drew a sharp rebuke from the St. Louis Police Officers Association (SLPOA). The organization called the demonstration “tasteless, offensive…

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