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Eighth person dead in Ga. mobile home attack, suspect at large

Eighth person dead in Ga. mobile home attack, suspect at large

By Russ Bynum Associated PressBRUNSWICK, Ga. — An eighth person has died in an attack on a Georgia... - Full Story

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UC Berkeley police efforts led to kidnap arrest

UC Berkeley police efforts led to kidnap arrest

By Terence Chea Associated PressBERKELEY, Calif. — Two quick-thinking police employees at the University... - Full Story

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Calif. officers 'missed the opportunity' to find kidnap victim

Calif. officers 'missed the opportunity' to find kidnap victim

CNN.comANTIOCH, Calif. — Law-enforcement officers "missed an opportunity" nearly three... - Full Story

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N.M. police suspect 10-year-old shot father

By Melanie Dabovich Associated PressALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — New Mexico police are investigating a 10-year-old... - Full Story

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Texas sheriff among those sentenced in drug ring

By Christopher Sherman Associated PressMcALLEN, Texas — A former South Texas sheriff and a Houston... - Full Story

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Colo. police bust $2 million-a-month meth ring

CNN.comDENVER, Colo. — Investigators in Colorado say they have broken up a massive methamphetamine... - Full Story

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Calif. kidnap victim from '91 found alive

By Juliet Williams Associated PressSACRAMENTO, Calif. — Sheriff's officials said Thursday they... - Full Story

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Police departments using new photo lineup approach

Police departments using new photo lineup approach

DALLAS — Frustrated with a string of wrongful convictions, the Dallas police department is now the nation's largest force to use sequential blind photo lineups - a widely praised technique designed to reduce mistakes made by witnesses trying to identify suspects. Dallas is not the first department to use the pioneering method. But experts hope that by using it in the county that leads the nation in exonerating wrongly convicted inmates, Dallas will inspire other departments to follow suit. - Full Story

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FBI put suspect's face on billboards after multiple heists

FBI put suspect's face on billboards after multiple heists

CNN.comHe has been captured by bank surveillance cameras in eight states, sneering and holding a pistol... - Full Story

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Protecting law enforcement from today's hazards the Office of Justice Programs' National Institute of Justice (NIJ) - TechBeat

Protecting law enforcement from today's hazards

The Office of Justice Programs’ National Institute of Justice (NIJ) has developed a new standard sp... - Full Story



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