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Crowd Control

The Crowd Control topic focuses in on the difficult task of controlling large groups of people with a limited number of officers and resources. The articles and tips in this section focus on strategies that can help quell a riled up crowd and riot gear — helmets and shields — that will keep them safe in the process. Law enforcement must be prepared for the worst when a controversial verdict is read or a large sports team wins a championship and the celebration spills to the streets.
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66 protesters arrested at IACP 2015

In all, 47 women and 19 men were arrested on misdemeanor charges of obstructing traffic - Full Story

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FBI used aerial surveillance above Ferguson

FBI uses airplanes during investigations of specific suspects in criminal, terrorism and espionage investigations - Full Story

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Black Lives Matter’s disruptive tactics test LA authorities

Black Lives Matter’s disruptive tactics test LA authorities

Black Lives Matter activists continue to hold smaller but decidedly aggressive protests targeting top police officials - Full Story

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Police disband sit-in at Baltimore City Hall, arrests made

Police disband sit-in at Baltimore City Hall, arrests made

Over 50 people protested a meeting where city officials recommended interim police chief be permanently hired - Full Story

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Attorneys: SC city's handling of Walter Scott shooting is a national model

Both sides are credited with their quick actions to preserve the peace and come to an agreement - Full Story

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Racial profiling law is 'terrible' Calif. legislation, police officials say

For many in law enforcement, the measure creates a massive new bureaucratic headache that does little to help - Full Story

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Mo. police urged to strengthen crowd control tactics

The report found that county police failed to anticipate the extent of the anger officers would face - Full Story



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