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Ky. trooper's 1991 Ford Mustang SSP finds new life

Ky. trooper's 1991 Ford Mustang SSP finds new life

The vehicle was designed as a lightweight option for law enforcement to keep up with sports cars of the time in pursuits - Full Story

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For retired Ill. chief, military service was road to being an officer

A childhood dream to be a cop took retired Chief Alan Love through a war in another country - Full Story

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20 years ago OJ Simpson receives acquittal

If there was ever a murder case perfectly suited for media and public consumption it was the O.J. Simpson murder trial - Full Story

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Video: NM hires first female motorcycle officer in state history

Officer Vanessa Martinez is the first female to pass all requirements to be a motorcycle officer - Full Story

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Ferguson, one year later: From a city to a symbol

Ferguson, one year later: From a city to a symbol

Today, to America and to the world, the word “Ferguson” means far more than just another city - Full Story

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Papers signed by famous '30s FBI man found in Ohio

Papers signed by famous '30s FBI man found in Ohio

Record-keepers have found some unremarkable depositions with a noteworthy signature: Melvin Purvis Jr. - Full Story

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LAPD's first Latina officer passes away

LAPD's first Latina officer passes away

The fee that Josephine Serrano Collier paid in 1946 for the application to become a policewoman was just $1, but it cost her much more than that - Full Story

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A police legend Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - Be Advised...

A police legend "retires": What Chuck Remsberg has meant to PoliceOne (and me)

Chuck is more than merely my mentor, so join me in celebrating his retirement by adding your thoughts in the comments area below - Full Story
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