Order your own MONTHLY subscription today. Call 1-800-234-0056 or go to www.apbweb.com T H E V O I C E O F T H E N A T I O N ’ S L A W E N F O R C E M E N T C O M M U N I T Y APRIL 2017 VOLUME XXIV NO. 4 ➤ PRICE $4.95 ➤ www.APBweb.com 33 10 Top Ten List 16 Opinion/Editorial 34 In the Line of Duty Inside News You Can Use NEW RULES The new rules for immigration enforcement are basically just grab whoever you want and don’t forget to “have fun!” PLUS . . . 22 EVICTIONS If you want to know why law enforcement people are so stressed out, try throwing an old lady out of her house. 04 BACK TO LIFE Some cops go an entire career without saving anyone, but these guys saved two people that were clinically dead in one shift. Deal looks good for rank & file by Mark Nichols In Bean Town, better known as Boston, patrol officers just got a re- ally, really good deal. It’s no secret that mostly it’s com- pensation and other issues like pen- sions that have made it so hard to recruit and retain qualified officers. In Boston, that just got a lot easier because the rank and file are getting a 16 percent raise over four years. Needless to say, police officers and supporters are thrilled but some folks have a slightly different take. “It’s expensive, it’s going to have an impact,” Sam Tyler, president of the Boston Municipal Research Continued on page 24 Continued on page 28 Cops on the east or west coasts tend to make more money It’s 287G all over again. As federal agents now have more authority, there are changes in terms of who gets targeted. See pages 21, 33. Police arrest a protester outside of the Elizabeth Detention Center during a rally attended by immigrant residents and activists in New Jersey. Over 100 demonstrators chanted and held up signs outside of the center which is currently holding people awaiting deportation. Around the country stories of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raids have sent fear through immigrant communities. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images) We enforce laws; it’s not about our feelings by Lou Vallario I oppose “sanctuary” policies. I believe a public entity such as a town, city, state, school district or sheriff who officially enacts sanctuary policies should have sanc- tions imposed on them. I believe anyone who is in this country illegally and is committing crimes should be deported. I believe the United States has an absolute THIS IS A NAME CHANGER TASER INTERNATIONAL IS NOW AXON ENTERPRISE Learn more at axon.com/future WE ARE