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DOJ asks Baltimore residents about police conduct

DOJ asks Baltimore residents about police conduct

Residents who attended the forum at the University of Baltimore Law School broke up into small groups to speak one-on-one with agency attorneys about their experiences with the police - Full Story

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The 5 big lessons from DOJ’s Ferguson report Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D. - Passion for the Job

The 5 big lessons from DOJ’s Ferguson report

Whatever you think of the report, you’d be wise to use it as an opportunity to learn and steer your department away from a similar fate - Full Story

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Cleveland mayor: Police brass not to blame for problems

Cleveland mayor: Police brass not to blame for problems

Mayor acknowledged there are problems within the police department but insisted that they aren't systemic - Full Story

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US unveils federal law enforcement profiling ban

Policy, which expands guidelines established under the Bush administration, will require new training and data collection - Full Story

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Holder to announce new anti-profiling guidelines

Holder to announce new anti-profiling guidelines

Holder traveled to Atlanta to meet with law enforcement and community leaders for the first in a series of regional meetings around the country - Full Story

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5 men sue over police anti-terror info-sharing program

5 men sue over police anti-terror info-sharing program

Five Calif. men sued the Obama administration Thursday over an information-sharing program designed to help flag potential terrorist activity - Full Story

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DOJ: Serious problems found in embattled APD

DOJ: Serious problems found in embattled APD

After more than a year of reviewing hundreds of cases handled by the APD, the DOJ found that officers too frequently used deadly force on people - Full Story

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APD names new deputy chief to oversee reforms

Robert Huntsman will soon serve as the department's fourth deputy chief, a position announced last week as a way to help implement findings of a comprehensive DOJ investigation into APD - Full Story

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Mayor asks DOJ to help with NM police force

Mayor asks DOJ to help with NM police force

Albuquerque Mayor Richard Berry on Wednesday requested the Justice Department to step in and help the city overhaul its troubled police force - Full Story

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DOJ trains cops to work with transgenders

The Justice Department launched a program Thursday to train local police departments to better respond to transgender individuals - Full Story



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