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N.C. chief backs detective in off duty shooting

By Christopher D. Kirkpatrick and Cleve R. Wootson Jr. The Charlotte ObserverGASTONIA, N.C. — Gastonia... - Full Story

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New top cop in Naples, Fla. improves morale

By Ryan Mills Naples Daily NewsNAPLES, Fla. — Sometimes it's the small changes that make the biggest... - Full Story

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Ga. mayor taps Sheriff's Office vet for Homeland Security post

By Ben Wright Columbus Ledger-Enquirer A former Army Ranger and eight-year veteran of the Muscogee County... - Full Story

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Mo. County Exec. seeking to oust police chief

By Paul Hampel and Patrick M. O'Connell St. Louis Post-Dispatch CLAYTON, Mo. — St. Louis County... - Full Story

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Maine State Police officer receives elite FBI training

By Sharon Kiley Mack Bangor Daily NewsCORNVILLE, Maine — It has been a long career for Dale Lancaster,... - Full Story

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Calif. officer fatally shoots man with sword

Editor's Note: How do you handle an EDP with a Samurai sword? Dave Smith talks about an incident that... - Full Story

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Texas sheriff says he wants more deputies

By Mike Snyder Houston ChronicleHOUSTON — Harris County needs more "boots on the ground"... - Full Story

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Fugitive Ala. cop sent back from Vegas

By Ken Ritter Associated PressLAS VEGAS — A fugitive police sergeant said Thursday he won't contest... - Full Story

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Ga. police offered foreclosed homes

By Rhonda Cook Atlanta Journal-Constitution ATLANTA — Fulton County Commissioner Robb Pitts thinks... - Full Story

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Baltimore police to stop identifying officers who kill, injure suspects

Baltimore police to stop identifying
officers who kill, injure suspects

BALTIMORE — An officer looks at a patrol car that a man set on fire behind Baltimore police headquarters. Baltimore police will no longer release the names of officers who kill or injure people, changing a long-standing practice that the department believes put officers at risk. Regionally and across the country, police agencies differ in their disclosure of police-involved shootings; some release the names within hours and others withhold the information altogether. - Full Story



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