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URGENT ATTENTION: PTSD Causes Officers to Take Their Own Lives at an Alarming Rate During the Holiday Season & Beyond

URGENT ATTENTION: PTSD Causes Officers to Take Their Own Lives at an Alarming Rate During the Holiday Season & Beyond

NEW YORK, Dec. 30 (Korea Bizwire) – EndPTSD ‘s TTMPT.Org, A Registered 501(c)3 Non-Profit, is Launching their #GivingHolidays Fundraiser and Heightened Awareness Campaign for Police Officers Across The US Suffering From Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The Holidays present a unique set of problems for cops who suffer from PTSD. While most people feel Joyful around the [...]

Police Delete Photos of Former Commissioners Known as Pro-Japanese Personnel

Police Delete Photos of Former Commissioners Known as Pro-Japanese Personnel

JEONJU, Dec. 5 (Korea Bizwire) — The Jeonbuk Provincial Police Agency said Wednesday it has removed photos of eight former police commissioners with clear pro-Japanese activities from its website and the public relations office at headquarters. The former commissioners in question were known for their pro-Japanese activities during the period of Japanese colonial rule, such [...]

Civilian Dog Designated as Civil K-9 for Outstanding Service

Civilian Dog Designated as Civil K-9 for Outstanding Service

SUWON, Nov. 21 (Korea Bizwire) — A Belgian Shepherd dog that received body detection training at a local pet training center showed outstanding performance in finding missing persons. The Gyeonggi Nambu Provincial Police Agency designated Jesper, and her owner Roh Il-ho as Honorary Neighborhood Police Officers. Roh has been running a pet training center in [...]

DNA Analysis Could Help Police Reunite ‘Missing Person’ Adoptees with Family Members

DNA Analysis Could Help Police Reunite ‘Missing Person’ Adoptees with Family Members

SEOUL, Nov. 5 (Korea Bizwire) — Police have decided to start tracking long-term missing persons by comparing genetic information of Korean individuals reported as missing and U.S. adoptees. The National Police Agency plan to share information on long-term missing persons with the U.S.-based Korean American adoption program known as 325KAMRA. The project is being carried [...]