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The problem arises when the Philadelphia and San Jose police departments, and, to various degrees, hundreds of others, go on to explain that because they are paramilitaries, they have found that veterans can transition easily from active military duty into their departments, with some, like the Los Angeles Police Department, actively sending recruiters to military bases around the world.
We are fortunate to be working closely with the San Jose Police Department and Logitech to maximize input from the public to prevent and solve crime," said Greg Whisenant, founder and CEO of CrimeReports.
The professional instructors and command staff of the San Jose Police Department had known such a day might come, and they were prepared.
Smith & Wesson officials learned of the need through The Insider, the official publication of the San Jose Police Department.
One example of how to deal with these challenges may lie in the effort of the San Jose Police Department to enhance its capacity to do leadership with the citizens and agencies of the City of San Jose.
The San Jose Police Department has been collecting administrative fees of $1 per minute per officer for all DUI cases, not just those involving crashes, and has so far this year billed $350,799 to 796 offenders, about one-third of whom have paid, said Officer John Carrillo of the SJPD.
In April 1994, the Secret Service and the San Jose Police Department executed a search warrant at his home.
San Jose Police Department is looking into it as a hate-motivated incident.
The San Jose Police Department has confirmed that it had received many calls from all over the place.
Special guests included a member of the San Jose City Council, the assistant chief of the San Jose Police Department, and the assistant sheriff of the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office.
Police in San Jose have launched an investigation and are treating it as a "hate-motivated incident," the Associated Press reported, citing San Jose Police Department spokesman Sgt.
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