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Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced that Casandra Skinner Hoekstra will serve as Interim Secretary for the North Carolina Department of Public Safety (NCDPS).
Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced that Casandra Skinner Hoekstra will serve as Interim Secretary for the North Carolina Department of Public Safety (NCDPS).
 
Public Safety Secretary Erik A. Hooks today announced his plans to retire from state service on August 1.
Public Safety Secretary Erik A. Hooks today announced his plans to retire from state service on August 1.
 
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services and the NC Department of Public Safety sent a letter to local leaders asking them to help slow the spread of the virus by promoting the 3 Ws and considering local actions to improve compliance with executive orders.
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services and the NC Department of Public Safety sent a letter to local leaders asking them to help slow the spread of the virus by promoting the 3 Ws and considering local actions to improve compliance with executive orders.
 
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Public Safety are partnering to create a new medication-assisted treatment (MAT) program to reduce the overdose-related deaths of people with an opioid disorder who are re-entering their communities upon leaving prison.
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Public Safety are partnering to create a new medication-assisted treatment (MAT) program to reduce the overdose-related deaths of people with an opioid disorder who are re-entering their communities upon leaving prison.
 
North Carolina schools, which now refer more than 40 percent of all offenders in the state's juvenile justice system, need to stop arresting and charging kids for minor, nonviolent offenses, state court and public safety leaders say
North Carolina schools, which now refer more than 40 percent of all offenders in the state's juvenile justice system, need to stop arresting and charging kids for minor, nonviolent offenses, state court and public safety leaders say
 
Michael Kerr, starving, incoherent, and dehydrated, was loaded into a van March 12, 2014, at Alexander Correctional Institution in Taylorsville. The 53-year-old inmate was bound for a hospital at Central Prison in Raleigh
Michael Kerr, starving, incoherent, and dehydrated, was loaded into a van March 12, 2014, at Alexander Correctional Institution in Taylorsville. The 53-year-old inmate was bound for a hospital at Central Prison in Raleigh
 
I've been spending a lot of my time recently on projects that facilitate constructive conversation across political differences
I've been spending a lot of my time recently on projects that facilitate constructive conversation across political differences
 
Governor Roy Cooper today named Erik Hooks to lead the state's public safety department to direct law statewide law enforcement, emergency management, juvenile justice, and corrections divisions
Governor Roy Cooper today named Erik Hooks to lead the state's public safety department to direct law statewide law enforcement, emergency management, juvenile justice, and corrections divisions
 
Two workers in the Department of Public Safety violated rules for state vehicles which cost taxpayers more than $7,000, a new report by state Auditor Beth Wood's office says
Two workers in the Department of Public Safety violated rules for state vehicles which cost taxpayers more than $7,000, a new report by state Auditor Beth Wood's office says
 
A new audit shows that a physician contracted by the state Department of Public Safety to provide services to five prisons over-billed taxpayers by more than half a million dollars between 2011 and 2014
A new audit shows that a physician contracted by the state Department of Public Safety to provide services to five prisons over-billed taxpayers by more than half a million dollars between 2011 and 2014
 
Department of Public Safety (DPS) Secretary Frank L. Perry and State Budget Director Lee Roberts met with Moore County leaders today to highlight the public safety improvements included in Governor Pat McCrory's Connect NC bond proposal.
Department of Public Safety (DPS) Secretary Frank L. Perry and State Budget Director Lee Roberts met with Moore County leaders today to highlight the public safety improvements included in Governor Pat McCrory's Connect NC bond proposal.
 
Governor Pat McCrory has instructed the Department of Public Safety and the North Carolina National Guard to step up security measures at the NCNG recruiting centers, armories and readiness centers statewide. The heightened security measures are in response to the shootings at the two military...
Governor Pat McCrory has instructed the Department of Public Safety and the North Carolina National Guard to step up security measures at the NCNG recruiting centers, armories and readiness centers statewide. The heightened security measures are in response to the shootings at the two military...
 
Governor Pat McCrory joined Department of Transportation Secretary Tony Tata and Department of Public Safety Law Enforcement Commissioner Greg Baker today to give an update on Hurricane Arthur preparations.
Governor Pat McCrory joined Department of Transportation Secretary Tony Tata and Department of Public Safety Law Enforcement Commissioner Greg Baker today to give an update on Hurricane Arthur preparations.
 
While the snow and sleet has ended for most of the state, the coastal counties could see an additional one to three inches of snow/sleet mixed through this afternoon.
While the snow and sleet has ended for most of the state, the coastal counties could see an additional one to three inches of snow/sleet mixed through this afternoon.
 
Governor McCrory has proclaimed Sunday, December 1, as "Drive Safer Sunday" in North Carolina. The Sunday after the Thanksgiving holiday is traditionally one of the busiest travel days of the year.
Governor McCrory has proclaimed Sunday, December 1, as "Drive Safer Sunday" in North Carolina. The Sunday after the Thanksgiving holiday is traditionally one of the busiest travel days of the year.
 
Court Will Support Veterans under Judicial Monitoring by Offering Resources for Treatment, Education and Vocational Programs and Community Resources.
Court Will Support Veterans under Judicial Monitoring by Offering Resources for Treatment, Education and Vocational Programs and Community Resources.
 
North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory accepted the Center for Safer Schools 2013 Report from Department of Public Safety Secretary Frank L. Perry today.
North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory accepted the Center for Safer Schools 2013 Report from Department of Public Safety Secretary Frank L. Perry today.
 
Governor Pat McCrory announced today that Frank L. Perry will become the new Department of Public Safety Secretary.
Governor Pat McCrory announced today that Frank L. Perry will become the new Department of Public Safety Secretary.
 
Yesterday, Governor Pat McCrory accepted the resignation of Kieran Shanahan, the Secretary of the North Carolina Department of Public Safety, effective July 31.
Yesterday, Governor Pat McCrory accepted the resignation of Kieran Shanahan, the Secretary of the North Carolina Department of Public Safety, effective July 31.
 
Yesterday, Governor Pat McCrory accepted the resignation of Kieran Shanahan, the Secretary of the North Carolina Department of Public Safety, effective July 31.
Yesterday, Governor Pat McCrory accepted the resignation of Kieran Shanahan, the Secretary of the North Carolina Department of Public Safety, effective July 31.
 
We reported Tuesday (7-16-13) about the House effectively killing HB 786. That bill would have given drivers licenses to illegal aliens, among a long list of "comprehensive immigration reform" measures.
We reported Tuesday (7-16-13) about the House effectively killing HB 786. That bill would have given drivers licenses to illegal aliens, among a long list of "comprehensive immigration reform" measures.
 
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