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Lawsuit filed against Atlanta police over raid at gay club

CNN.comATLANTA — A federal lawsuit was filed Tuesday against Atlanta police over a September raid... - Full Story


Honolulu police posting DUI mug shots on the Web

By Mark Niesse Associated PressHONOLULU — Mug shots of drunken driving suspects are landing on... - Full Story


NYPD actions defended in subway stabbing

By Colleen Long Associated PressNEW YORK — Drifter Dwight Johnson was on the subway with his bag... - Full Story


Mass. police probe security-system tampering in wake of cruiser theft

By Lisa Redmond and Robert Mills Lowell SunLOWELL, Mass. — City police are investigating who tampered... - Full Story


Details emerge in Vegas officer's off-duty murder

By Lawrence Mower and Adrienne Packer Las Vegas Review-JournalLAS VEGAS — Prentice Marshall was... - Full Story

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Gangs using tech to coordinate crimes

Gangs using tech to coordinate crimes

The main 18th Street gang Web site has a link to Kaspers World tattoo shop (pictured above). Some of the country's most notorious street gangs have gotten Web-savvy, showcasing illegal exploits, making threats, and honoring killed and jailed members on digital turf. Gangs are also using the Internet to orchestra crime, commit fraud and traffic drugs. - Full Story


Mixing good 'ole police work and new technology John Rivera - Technology Helpdesk

Mixing good 'ole police work and new technology

I write about technology for PoliceOne mostly because my background has helped me help fellow officers I ... - Full Story


Fort Hood suspect could use insanity defense

By Angela K. Brown The Associated PressFORT WORTH, Texas — An Army psychiatrist accused of killing... - Full Story


The 'lone wolf' problem poses security challenges for feds

The 'lone wolf' problem poses security challenges for feds

By David Tarrant Dallas Morning NewsBoth Hosam "Sam" Smadi and Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan attracted... - Full Story


Troubling emails from Hasan should have tipped off law enforcement

By Pamela Hess and Anne Gearan Associated PressWASHINGTON — There may be additional e-mails that... - Full Story

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