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1. Ashland Fraternal Order of Police
Website for Fraternal Order of Police, Ashland Lodge 3. Contains organization info, contact information and social events.
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2. Florida Police Benevolent Association
Provides Florida's law enforcement and corrections officers with a strong and effective political voice before legislative and local government bodies, and protects Florida's law enforcement and corrections officers from any and all sources that attack their salaries, pensions, or working conditions.
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3. North Carolina Department of Justice
NC criminal justice
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4. United States Police Canine Association
Cobra Canine USPCA History The United States Police Canine Association became the largest and oldest active organization of its kind-"Ever Striving for the Betterment of all Police K-9" - in August, 1971 when two existing Associations, the Police K-9 Association and the United States K-9 Association, merged.
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5. National Association of Property Recovery Investigators
Our non-profit police association is the largest in the United States and Canada for property crime practitioners, including sworn and non-sworn Burglary, Theft and Pawnshop personnel, teaming up with the Insurance and Corporate Loss Prevention community to combat property crime.
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6. Cop Network
Developed for law enforcement in an effort to provide and promote FREE police training. In addition, we would like to assist you in your search for other avenues of law enforcement training.
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7. Real Police
Law enforcement resources.
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8. Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs
WASPC is an acronym for the Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs. The association was founded in 1963 and consists of executive and top management personnel from law enforcement agencies statewide. Our membership includes sheriffs, police chiefs, the Washington State Patrol, the Washington Department of Corrections, and representatives of a number of federal agencies. WASPC is governed by its executive board.
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9. Florida Police Chiefs Association
The Florida Police Chiefs Association was organized in 1952 to promote public safety legislation. The FPCA is comprised of city police departments, college and university police, private business and security firms, as well as federal, state and county law enforcement agencies.
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10. Arizona Department of Public Safety
Government agency with responsibilities of the Arizona Highway Patrol, the Law Enforcement Division of the state Department of Liquor Licenses and Control and the Narcotics Division of the state Department of Law.
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