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January 28, 2016

Calif. deputy loses AR-15 rifle, tweets public for help

The deputy had placed the rifle, inside its case, on the trunk lid of his patrol car when he became distracted and drove off - Full Story
January 28, 2016

Gang members arrested in Calif. jail break probe, manhunt continues for inmates

Sheriff’s officials have turned their attention to the local Vietnamese community in recent days - Full Story
January 28, 2016

New Philly bill would give police authority to approve bands touring in city

After an outcry by musicians and fans on social media, lawmakers are considering amendments - Full Story
January 28, 2016

Audit: DC police don't use firearms excessively

Washington's police department agreed voluntarily to Justice Department oversight in 2001 - Full Story
January 28, 2016
3 more arrested as Bundy urges refuge occupiers to leave

3 more arrested as Bundy urges refuge occupiers to leave

It was unclear whether the rest of Bundy's followers still holed up at the refuge were ready to heed his advice - Full Story
January 28, 2016

Chicago tech project will make police misconduct complaints more accessible

Since 2007, the Knight News Challenge has invested in projects that present innovative ways to use data to affect citizens - Full Story
January 28, 2016

St. Louis police going high-tech in analyzing officer-involved shootings

New devices and precise measurements will let detectives create electronic three-dimensional models - Full Story
January 28, 2016

Bundy, authorities asks holdouts at Ore. wildlife refuge to go home

The confrontation came amid increasing calls for law enforcement to take action - Full Story
January 27, 2016

Gliniewicz, wife exchanged text messages about funds

Melodie Gliniewicz, 51, was indicted on felony counts of money laundering and using charitable funds from youth program - Full Story
January 27, 2016

UK police enter unlocked homes, tweet photos

The officers wanted to bring awareness to crime prevention - Full Story

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