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Actor gets 10 years in prison for N.Y. officer's shooting death

By Colleen Long Associated PressNEW YORK — A former actor on "The Sopranos" was sentenced... - Full Story

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Texas sheriff says he wants more deputies

By Mike Snyder Houston ChronicleHOUSTON — Harris County needs more "boots on the ground"... - Full Story

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No gunman found after 3-hour standoff in Utah

By Ethan Thomas Deseret Morning NewsSALT LAKE CITY, Utah — Police contained an area around a Salt... - Full Story

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NYPD explores cell phone jamming during terror attacks, hostage-takings

Editor's Note: PoliceOne has collected the thoughts of several people in law enforcement with the purpose... - Full Story

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Indy police get gift of night sight

ITT donates 20 night-vision goggles to FWPD, sheriff's departmentBy Nate Hodges, Aaron Organ News-SentinelFORT... - Full Story

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PoliceOne Member Photo of the Week: Belt buckle contraband

This is a belt buckle taken from a defendant at the court entrance for the defendant's time in the courthouse.... - Full Story

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N.Y. cops ease up on petty crimes to focus on major offenses, counterterrorism

By Murray Weiss New York PostNEW YORK — Some petty crime is apparently too petty for the NYPD.The... - Full Story

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Man threatened to bomb L.A.-bound jet

Associated PressLOS ANGELES — A Kentucky man who claimed to have a bomb aboard a Los Angeles-bound... - Full Story

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Mass. officers use GPS to find kidnapped girl

By George Barnes and Danielle Williamson Telegram & GazetteATHOL, Mass. — Using technology... - Full Story

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Baltimore police to stop identifying officers who kill, injure suspects

Baltimore police to stop identifying
officers who kill, injure suspects

BALTIMORE — An officer looks at a patrol car that a man set on fire behind Baltimore police headquarters. Baltimore police will no longer release the names of officers who kill or injure people, changing a long-standing practice that the department believes put officers at risk. Regionally and across the country, police agencies differ in their disclosure of police-involved shootings; some release the names within hours and others withhold the information altogether. - Full Story



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