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NJ.com file photo SOUTH BRUNSWICK The South Brunswick Police Department expects heavy traffic around the high school on Monday when the township holds a test to become a police officer. More than 1,130 candidates submitted applications to take the written test at the high school, on Ridge Road. Parking and traffic could be a problem; doors open for the test at 4:30, and congestion could last until 9. "The announcement of the test drew a tremendous response," South Brunswick Police Department Chief Raymond Hayducka said in a news release. 'Applicants have come from all across New Jersey and three other States. The number of candidates reflects the positive image of our community and professionalism of our agency." The New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police will administer the test. It's one of the largest municipal exams in recent memory, according to the association. Additional South Brunswick police officers along with school staff will be on hand to manage traffic or parking issues, police said.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.nj.com/middlesex/index.ssf/2014/03/south_brunswick_traffic_alert_more_than_1000_police_hopefuls_expected_at_high_school.html







UPSC Civil Services Mains 2013 written exam results declared






A detailed list of roll numbers of candidates short listed for Personality Test (Interview) has been released. Candidates will be called for the Personality Test for selection to Indian Administrative Service, Indian Foreign Service, Indian Police Service and other Central Services of Group A and Group B. The Personality Test will cover matters of general interest and judge the overall suitability of the candidate for a career in the Public Services. View the roll numbers of short listed candidates at: The short-listed candidates will be required to submit original certificates regarding proof of age, educational qualifications, and category certificates if applicable at the time of Personality Test. In addition Questionnaire, Attestation Form and TA Form are also to be duly filled and brought to the Personality Test. The Personality Tests are likely to begin from April 7, 2014 at the Office of the Union Public Service Commission at Dholpur House, Shahjahan Road, New Delhi-110069. The candidates will be informed individually about the date and time of their respective Personality test. UPSC will release the mark sheets of the candidates who have not qualified on the UPSC website within 15 days from the date of publication of the final result (after conducting Personality Test) and will remain available on the website for 60 days. The Personality Test is the last step in the Civil Services recruitment process; eligible candidates first attempt the Civil Services Preliminary exams, then the Civil Services Mains exams and finally the Personality Test.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://indiatoday.intoday.in/education/story/upsc-civil-services-mains-2013-results-declared/1/347917.html



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15 Mar 2014










Eventually cornered, the gunman, Bjorn Gunn, smashed his car into Sgt. McPolins patrol car and careened into a home on Hillside Avenue, where he was finally apprehended. In 1988, as an ESU officer, he helped save a seriously hurt worker who had fallen precariously on the Outerbridge Crossing, using a special basket hoist to retrieve him. Another worker died. And he loved to tell the story of rescuing a bearded man on a tiny raft in the Narrows who claimed he was sailing to Europe. He was twice named Staten Island Advance Police Officer of the Month in the same year. He received two commendations from the NYPD, and was cited seven times for excellent police duty, and six times for meritorious police duty. Sgt. McPolin was forced to retire on full disability in 1995 when he suffered a line-of-duty injury while subduing a suspect in Bay Terrace. But injury, retirement and a worsening heart condition did not deter Mr. McPolin from jumping on one of the first Staten Island ferryboats to carry rescuers to Ground Zero on the morning of Sept.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.silive.com/obituaries/index.ssf/2014/03/peter_mcpolin_53_retired_cop_a.html







How Police Tracked Down Steve Jobs' Stolen iPads






Jobs introducing the original iPad Tied with information from AT&T U-verse about the Internet connection, investigators were led to an address in Alameda, on the east side of San Francisco Bay. At that address Kariem McFarlin, the suspect in the case, was paying for AT&T Internet service, according to investigators. While police were building their case there was more activity on the stolen devices. Over a five-day period, Apple investigators recorded activity on McFarlin's iTunes account linked to the iPad that originally connected to restore its operating system, a second iPad stolen from the Jobs' home and an iMac computer that was also missing, according to police. One of the iPads later connected from a Comcast Internet connection in Alameda using a different iTunes account. Investigators say they searched McFarlin's Facebook page and discovered their suspect and the owner of this new iTunes account were friends. Before investigators made their move there was one final check that had to be made. They traveled to the Alameda address where McFarlin lived and swept the immediate area for Wi-Fi signals. Police wanted to determine whether there was an open Wi-Fi network that perhaps was being used without the owners' permission. If the AT&T Internet address was tied to an unsecured connection, it could complicate the case because anyone could have used it. Finding only secured Wi-Fi signals, investigators could argue it was being used by the person paying the bill or those with permission. Caught With Stolen Goods On August 2 police entered McFarlin's apartment and discovered one of the stolen iMac computers on his kitchen table, according to the police report.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.pcworld.com/article/261018/how_police_tracked_down_steve_jobs_stolen_ipads.html



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The claimants contended that the exam was contrary to Section 19 (5) of the Police Service Regulations 2006. The court order was served on the Commissioner of Police yesterday morning. Head of the Police Social and Welfare Association Anand Ramesar noted that there had been a previous compromise whereby persons were exempted from the written exam. He said there had been a conundrum of unfortunate events surrounding the promotion of police officers. However, there were diverse views within the Service on the matter and some police officers held a different view to officers who filed this action. It appears that the association would have to take all the issues before the court, he said. Ramesar said the association had sought to place some of the possible solutions before the Commissoner to consider, but he appeared steadfast and adamant in his position. It is clear that nothing but a court decision would move him to change his mind, Ramesar stated.
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Dayton throws out written police exam scores, will rely on oral interviews only






The panel will then score the applicants answers and the process will be completed in early June. Those who pass the oral exam must then pass a polygraph test and psychological and physical exams before being ranked on a hiring list. Moore disagreed the hiring change was meant to circumvent the citys hiring rules mandated in its charter. But when asked if this creates more wiggle room to subjectively hire candidates, Moore said, that might very well be the case. We are reacting to the consent decree which states that we are not to engage in a selection process that has a disparate impact on a certain race, he said. The Department of Justice sued Dayton in 2008, claiming its hiring practices for police and fire positions discriminated against minorities, mainly blacks. Dayton has since spent more than $500,000 settling terms of the lawsuit, which included new civil service exams and paying some black applicants who failed the 2006 test that was found to be invalid. The city last month agreed to lower the passing scores on the two-part written exams to allow 258 additional people into the passing pool after the DOJ rejected the citys first passing score proposal.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.daytondailynews.com/news/news/local/dayton-throws-out-written-police-exam-scores-will-/nMqnT/







New Hinsdale police sergeants sworn in






19, 2014 8:37 a.m.CST Caption Hinsdale Village President Tom Cauley (left) conducts the swearing in ceremony for Officer Steven Ruban of the Hinsdale Police Department to sergeant at the Board of Trustees meeting Tuesday. (Danny Ciamprone - dciamprone@shawmedia.com) Caption Hinsdale Village President Tom Cauley (left) conducts the swearing in ceremony Tuesday for Officer Thomas Yehl of the Hinsdale Police Department to sergeant at the Board of Trustees meeting. (Danny Ciamprone - dciamprone@shawmedia.com) By DANNY CIAMPRONE - dciamprone@shawmedia.com HINSDALE Two Hinsdale Police Department officers were appointed to sergeant by the Board of Fire and Police Commissioners and sworn in Tuesday at the Hinsdale Board of Trustees meeting. Officers Thomas Yehl and Steven Ruban were promoted following an "intensive" promotional process, which included an orientation session, written test, initial oral interview, assessment center and final interview. "I know it's a difficult process to go through and we really appreciate your service to the village and look forward to working with you as sergeants," Village President Tom Cauley said. Yehl is a 25-year veteran of the Hinsdale Police Department and was most recently assigned to the patrol division. He also served as a firearms instructor, breath test operator and use of force instructor, Cauley said. Ruban, a 14-year veteran of the department, started his career with the village as a 911 dispatcher in 1989. In 1999, he tested and was hired as a patrol officer, Cauley said. Several offices as well as family members were in attendance Tuesday for Yehl and Ruban during their swearing in ceremony as Cauley recognized the camaraderie among the officers.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.mysuburbanlife.com/2014/02/19/new-hinsdale-police-sergeants-sworn-in/aba0yh2/



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Hes been an asset to this department. My objective is not to fire Danny but to do whats best for Danny. I want him to get help if he needs it, said Corley. Corley further explained that the department will start paperwork today and begin their internal investigation on Friday. He explained that DWI is against the departments code of conduct. The first thing that will happen is that Hutchins will be placed on administrative leave, his badge will be taken from him and he will have no powers as a police officer while on this leave. He will not be suspended without pay (at this point), said Corley as he explained the internal investigation will be much like the criminal case, the department will look at the video of the stop and arrest and look at the level of his blood alcohol content. If he violated it (the code of conduct), he will face the consequences and well have to determine what disciplinary action is appropriate, said Corley. Corley stated that at this time Hutchins is not proven guilty.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.bigcountryhomepage.com/story/d/story/brownwood-police-officer-arrested-for-driving-whil/40495/BdVbAwTDAUC34TGSpkldSQ



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13 Feb 2014







Is America becoming a police state?






The sheepish students are now back home after they ran out of money. The class nine students of St Michael High School in this Bihar capital went missing last week and only returned home after their mission to catch Dawood Ibrahim failed, said police on Monday. Patna police is stunned over their motive and mission.Police have now appealed to parents to take greater care of their children. Dreaming to become millionaires overnight, 3 students set out to nab Dawood Ibrahim "Please take care of your wards and keep a watch on their activities, so that they don't take the wrong path," Patna Senior Superintendent of Police Manu Maharaj said. India's top intelligence agencies are trying hard for years to catch the fugitive Dawood Ibrahim. And till date they have failed to make a breakthrough. But the three students, either inspired by films or TV serials, decided to make plenty of money in a short span of time by catching Dawood Ibrahim. "Three of them decided to go on their mission in school itself. They felt that by catching Dawood Ibrahim and handing him over to the Indian government, they would get crores of rupees as reward which they can use to enjoy life later," he said. Manu Maharaj said that police got to know of their motive when they began the search to locate the three missing boys.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://ibnlive.in.com/news/dreaming-to-become-millionaires-overnight-3-students-set-out-to-nab-dawood-ibrahim/449634-3-232.html








Dreaming to become millionaires overnight, 3 students set out to nab Dawood Ibrahim

In the classic human justification, it happened to him. What if it happened to you, though? This is the essence of Whiteheads book, and the fairly famous libertarian exposes a growing police state in this country that is flat-out scary. That doesnt mean we should avert our eyes, however just the opposite. An interesting quote that opens Chapter 10 (Dominate. Intimidate. Control.) comes from passengers rights advocate Kate Hanni: Theyre trying to scare the pants off the American people that we need these things. Fear is a commodity, and theyre selling it. The more they can sell it, the more we buy into it. When American people are afraid, they will accept anything. True dat, and the fact is, a mushrooming police state is certainly looming for American citizens. It is and will be unlike anything weve ever seen or that previous generations could have imagined. Get the WND Whistleblower issue How America Is Becoming a Police State now!
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.wnd.com/2013/12/is-america-becoming-a-police-state/



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03 Feb 2014

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