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In unrelated cases, feds arrest men who plotted to blow up courthouse, skyscraper

In unrelated cases, feds arrest men who plotted to blow up courthouse, skyscraper

Los Angeles TimesTwo men who professed devotion to Al Qaeda -- one a convert to Islam, the other a Jordanian... - Full Story

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San Francisco police launch undercover drug stings

By Heather Knight San Francisco ChronicleSAN FRANCISCO — San Francisco police Sgt. Mark Obrochta... - Full Story

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How Boston cops caught the Craigslist killer

CNN.comBOSTON, Mass. — They were crimes born of the Internet age -- romantic solicitations on popular... - Full Story

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Safariland unveils forensics apparel line Lindsey J. Bertomen - Police Products

Safariland unveils forensics apparel line

Safariland recently launched their Forensics Source apparel line for Crime Scene Investigators (CSI). Th... - Full Story

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Wisc. police protecting kids from Internet crimes

By Stefanie Scott Milwaukee Journal SentinelMILWAUKEE, Wisc. — Nude pictures sent via e-mail, sexually... - Full Story

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Concern over Detroit police handling of rape kits

BY Joe Swickard and Chris Christoff Detroit Free PressDETROIT — Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy... - Full Story

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Product Review: TerraLUX TLW-80UV Lindsey J. Bertomen - Police Products

Product Review: TerraLUX TLW-80UV

I recently tested the TerraLUX TLW-80UV Ultraviolet work light and the TerraLUX MiniStar2-UV (TLE-5UV) Ul... - Full Story

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Getting to the unknown unknowns

Rumsfeld was right: sometimes you just don’t know what you don’t know. When you’ve hit an impasse in your investigation, step back a moment and think about the experts who might know a lot more than you do about one of the facets of the case. Dale Ferranto, Assistant Chief (Ret.), California Department of Justice tells PoliceOne about a case that illustrates this point exactly. - Full Story

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Complaint alleges NYPD misstepped in terror probe

Complaint alleges NYPD misstepped in terror probe

By Tom Hays and Devlin Barrett Associated PressNEW YORK — Police acting without the FBI's knowledge... - Full Story

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UC Berkeley officer who helped crack Jaycee Dugard case honored in ceremony

By Jeanine Benca Contra Costa TimesSAN RAMON, Calif. — Lisa Campbell may have started her life... - Full Story



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