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Hoonah police chief focusing on teamwork, community

...that the community feels like it's a part of - and not apart from - the police department." Millan has a long law enforcement career as both a civilian officer in North Carolina and as a military police officer for the U.S. Marine Corps and...

...the police standards council and the commissioner of the state Department of Public Safety. Vrabec began his law enforcement career at UAF, where he worked as a student security officer while studying for a bachelor's degree in criminal justice...
Assistant police chief to retire

...enjoyed life in the capital. "(Seeing Alaska) was one of those dreams we always had," he said. He started his law enforcement career as a patrolman in Amarillo in 1971. In Juneau he was promoted from captain to assistant chief this spring after...
Former JPD officer featured in TV series

...And it was actually a lot of work. ... It was hard, but it was fun. It was something different." Sears' law enforcement career began more out of curiosity than passion. She wasn't a kid that dreamed of being a police officer or firefighter...
Investigator goes from chasing cops to being one

...still always be an outsider." Tip for a new cop Juneau police officer Kris Sell got some advice early in her law-enforcement career from her uncle a sheriff in a small town in Nebraska. (Her aunt takes police dispatch calls in the couple's...
Military Police - Police Officer Job in 99686, Alaska US |

...Student (High School) National Guard Job Description Police Officer Military PoliceLooking for a law enforcement career? The Army National Guard is looking for dedicated team members to serve their community, state, and nation...
Village safety a priority for state's new top cop

The state's new public safety commissioner said bullets whizzed his way just once during his law enforcement career - when he was an 18-year-old village cop in a Northwest Alaska community. The experience gave Joe Masters Sr., now 44...


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