Did you know that certain energy drinks contain ingredients that are not deemed by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to be safe in the food supply? Did you also know that if an energy drink company markets its products as dietary supplements, rather than as food products, they can skip around the FDA approval process?
Your League is looking to get communications directly to you at your divisions by introducing the E-Bulletin Boards! This is a pilot program whereby large flat-screen TVs will be set up in a high-traffic area at your station showing pertinent, valuable and interesting information. This information will include (but not limited to):
The League is pleased to announce that we’ve successfully completed the first phase of the LAPPL Wellness Program! The team at the American eHealth Collaborative, led by CEO Jimmy Baldea, spent nearly a month on-site, and performed personalized implementations. We, together with the NYPD Sergeants Benevolent Association, are now actively contributing non-identifier research data, to the American eHealth Collaborative’s Bi-Coastal Police Health Research Study.
The Ferguson effect is the idea that increased scrutiny of police following the 2014 shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., has led to an increased crime rate (or sometimes increased murder rate) in major U.S. cities.
I’m taking on a controversial topic this month. Fact or fiction: Is the “Ferguson effect” a reality within law enforcement, and is it impacting the Los Angeles Police Department in any measurable way?
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