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Managing law enforcement stress through emotional intelligence

Law enforcement emotional intelligence in the workplace is defined as the ability of the officer to manage and use his or her emotions in a positive and constructive way to manage healthy relationships within the department and with supporting agencies of the criminal justices system.
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Supreme Court Cases: Warrantless searches

Supreme Court Cases: Warrantless searches by Carole Moore Created: April 9, 2014 The U.S. Supreme Court’s 6-to-3 decision to uphold the constitutionality of a 2006 Los Angeles Police Dept. search of the residence of a man named Walter Fernandez has sparked some fires in our nation’s newsrooms. A robbery suspect and suspected... The U.S.
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Lakeville police car allegedly stolen, used in attempted robbery before found sunk in river

Farmington man charged with felony theft A Farmington man has been charged with felony theft for allegedly stealing a new, unused Lakeville-owned vehicle that was later recovered from a river in Eagan.
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Bills honor 2 fallen Minnesota heroes with memorial highways

Two Minnesota highways would soon be named after two of the state’s fallen heroes. The House unanimously passed two separate bills that will honor Nicholas Spehar, a Navy SEAL killed in Afghanistan, and North St. Paul police officer Richard Crittenden, who died while responding to a domestic dispute call, KARE 11 reports.
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Minn. cops sue NFL over ban on off-duty officers bringing guns into stadiums

The powerful National Football League has been slapped with a lawsuit by two Minnesota law enforcement organizations challenging its authority to prohibit off-duty officers from bringing guns into stadiums. Since 2003, state law has allowed licensed peace officers to carry weapons in private establishments, even if signs banning guns are posted.
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What's New at MNFOP Lodge 14
Managing law enforcement stress through emotional intelligence
Law enforcement emotional intelligence in the workplace is defined as the ability of the officer to manage and use his or her emotions in a positive and constructive way to manage healthy relationships within the department and with supporting agencies of the criminal justices system. Read More...
Supreme Court Cases: Warrantless searches
Supreme Court Cases: Warrantless searches by Carole Moore Created: April 9, 2014 The U.S. Supreme Court’s 6-to-3 decision to uphold the constitutionality of a 2006 Los Angeles Police Dept. search of the residence of a man named Walter Fernandez has sparked some fires in our nation’s newsrooms. A robbery suspect and suspected... The U.S. Read More...
Lakeville police car allegedly stolen, used in attempted robbery before found sunk in river
Farmington man charged with felony theft A Farmington man has been charged with felony theft for allegedly stealing a new, unused Lakeville-owned vehicle that was later recovered from a river in Eagan. Read More...
Bills honor 2 fallen Minnesota heroes with memorial highways
Two Minnesota highways would soon be named after two of the state’s fallen heroes. The House unanimously passed two separate bills that will honor Nicholas Spehar, a Navy SEAL killed in Afghanistan, and North St. Paul police officer Richard Crittenden, who died while responding to a domestic dispute call, KARE 11 reports. Read More...
Minn. cops sue NFL over ban on off-duty officers bringing guns into stadiums
The powerful National Football League has been slapped with a lawsuit by two Minnesota law enforcement organizations challenging its authority to prohibit off-duty officers from bringing guns into stadiums. Since 2003, state law has allowed licensed peace officers to carry weapons in private establishments, even if signs banning guns are posted. Read More...
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