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Calif. police to cull racial data during traffic stops

San Diego voluntarily instituted the practice in 2000 to combat a perception that some officers made stops based solely on race, ethnicity, age or gender - Full Story

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Bieber arrested for OUI, drag racing

Bieber arrested for OUI, drag racing

Underage pop star charged with offenses after failing field sobriety test, racing Lamborghini on city streets - Full Story

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Google Glass traffic ticket thrown out in Calif. court

Woman was given citation for wearing device on her head while driving; cour case could have precedent for wearable heads-up displays

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Google Glass traffic ticket thrown out in Calif. court

Woman was given citation for wearing device on her head while driving; court case could have precedent for wearable heads-up displays - Full Story

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Why 17 is my measure of success Thane Gallagher - Patrolling the Border

Why 17 is my measure of success

That's how many officers are dedicated to full-time narcotics interdiction on the tangled highways of the part of Southern California where I work - Full Story

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For Cops, By Cops: Field sobriety made easy with the all-in-one iPhone app

For Cops, By Cops: Field sobriety made easy with the all-in-one iPhone app

From the moment you spot the weaving car to the time you generate your report, MyFSTs gathers the data you need to make an arrest stand up. - Full Story

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When do you let a ticket slide? P1 Community - The Question

When do you let a ticket slide?

A question posted recently on Quora asked, “What makes an officer more or less likely to issue a speeding ticket?” Former police officer Justin Freeman gave his opinion on... - Full Story

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10-8 The Comic: Improper Hand Signals Tim Buchannan - 10-8 The Comic

10-8 The Comic: Improper Hand Signals

10-8 The Comic is a fictional comic strip detailing the daily encounters and experiences of Officer Sa... - Full Story

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Civilian crashes battle tank on highway in Ore.

Civilian crashes battle tank on highway in Ore.

Owner of 1969 Chieftain was trying to drive the behemoth up a nearby street when it slipped out of gear, rolling back across US 101 - Full Story

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GPS "cannon" could reduce frequency of high speed chases.

NOVEMBER 21, 2013, 6:24 AM|Police are using a new tool, known as the GPS "cannon," to reduce dangerous high speed chases. The device is fired onto the back of the suspect's car, and allows police to track their location through real-time GPS information. CBS News' Jeff Pegues reports.



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