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DOJ announces plan to track police officer suicides

The US Department of Justice will keep track of law enforcement suicides, and will offer grants to police departments law enforcement agencies to improve police mental health services, reports Policemag.com. A new bipartisan bill would add $5 million to the Law Enforcement Mental Health and Wellness Act for this purpose. A non-profit called Blue H.E.L.P. […]

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Manchester City Council to implement ‘Martyn’s Law’ in memory of Arena Attack victim Martyn Hett

The long fight of the mother of one of the victims of the 2017 Manchester terror attack has progressed — Martyn’s Law,  a law ensuring increased security at large venues, will be implemented by Manchester’s City Council. The council does not have legislative powers, but will implement safety strategies suggested by Martyn’s Law. Martyn Hett, […]

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Gregory Reszka, 9/11 survivor who assisted 75 others to safety, dies at 66

Gregory “Greg” Reszka, who helped 75 people escape from the World Trade Center during the terrorist attacks of 2001, has died aged 66.

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