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Toronto police deny ignoring body parts case tip

Man claims he called Toronto police and told them he had seen a video that he believed depicted the killing of a man - Full Story


Calif. deputies face weapons charges

Investigators said at least two weapons reached criminals, though there is no evidence the deputies had that intent - Full Story


Father of Seattle gunman: 'I'm so sorry'

Father of Seattle gunman: 'I'm so sorry'

City has seen as many homicides so far this year as all of last year - Full Story


Phoenix shooting has echoes of Trayvon Martin case

'Stand your ground' law looms large in shooting death in parking lot - Full Story


Trial in murder of American Samoa officer gets underway

Associated Press PAGO PAGO, American Samoa — The High Court of American Samoa has ordered the territorial... - Full Story


Detecting deception (on wheels!)

During one of my myriad “hallway confabs” at ILEETA 2012 in Wheeling last month, I was speaking... - Full Story Secure - Law Enforcement Only


ALPR systems cause privacy concerns Tim Dees - Police Tech & Gear

ALPR systems cause privacy concerns

Citizens want to know how information is being used - Full Story


The drowning man in the interview room John Bowden - On Language, Communication, and Leadership

The drowning man in the interview room

A genuine, truthful response should be respected and investigated more fully before charging in with guns-a-blazing, full speed ahead, to get the confession - Full Story


NJ Muslims angry over NYPD surveillance findings

New Jersey's FBI chief, Michael Ward, also has been critical of the NYPD for not conducting the operations within the umbrella of the Joint Terrorism Task Force - Full Story


P1 First Person: CSI as public relations PoliceOne Special Contributors - P1 First Person

P1 First Person: CSI as public relations

By Joe LeFevre PoliceOne Member For the past three months every other Wednesday morning I have been cond... - Full Story

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