Broward and Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Lose Officers To Coronavirus

Florida’s Broward Sheriff’s Office and Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office lose two officers to Coronavirus; Deputy Shannon Bennett and Sgt. Jose Diaz Ayala.

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Coronavirus Updates from April 3, 2020 MCSA/NCCHC Webinar

Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates and downloadable materials from the 3rd weekly Roundtable For Law Enforcement & Correctional Health Care.

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2nd Riverside County Sheriff’s Deputy Dies Of Coronavirus

A second Riverside County sheriff’s deputy dies from coronavirus, Deputy David Werksman.

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Riverside County Sheriff’s Deputy Dies Of The Coronavirus

Riverside County sheriff’s deputy dies from complications of the coronavirus, the latest sign of how law enforcement is being hit hard by the outbreak.

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AG Distinguished Service in Policing Award Accepting Nominations

The Office of Community Oriented Policing Services is honored to once again administer the Attorney General’s Award for Distinguished Service in Policing.

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Coronavirus Updates from March 27, 2020 MCSA/NCCHC/CDC Webinar

Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates and downloadable materials from the 2nd weekly Roundtable For Law Enforcement & Correctional Health Care.

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Coronavirus Updates from March 20, 2020 MCSA/NCCHC Webinar

Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates and downloadable materials from the 1st weekly Roundtable For Law Enforcement & Correctional Health Care.

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Public Safety Leadership Meets to Discuss Next Generation 911

A press release from the Major County Sheriffs of America and the Major Cities Chiefs Association concerning a nationwide upgrade to the 911 infrastructure.

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Important MCSA Announcement About Coronavirus (COVID-19)

An important announcement from the Major County Sheriffs of America and our fellow Public Safety organizations concerning COVID-19.

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Steps To An Effective Response To COVID-19 – MCSA/NCCHC Webinar

Get the most up-to-date information so you are ready to answer the concerns of staff, inmates, their families and the public about COVID-19.

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