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June 18, 2015

Texas police union to offer reward in officer's shooting

Keeping their vow made after a man condemned in the 2003 killing of a Houston policeman was set free last week, a police union is planning to offer a reward for information - Full Story
June 18, 2015

Photo: NC cop’s infant son ‘swears in’ at father’s ceremony

Viral photo shows what appears to be a baby, along with his father, being sworn into a police department - Full Story
June 18, 2015
Supreme Court allows use of child abuse evidence

Supreme Court allows use of child abuse evidence

Defendants don't have a constitutional right to cross-examine child accusers - Full Story
June 18, 2015

Ohio House approves change in requirements to become cop

Some changes include boosting hour requirements and a high school diploma - Full Story
June 18, 2015
Ex-officer suing Fla. town over racial profiling investigation

Ex-officer suing Fla. town over racial profiling investigation

Included in the lawsuit are the former chief, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and others - Full Story
June 18, 2015
Report: W.Va. has highest drug overdose death rate

Report: W.Va. has highest drug overdose death rate

Police have tried to cut down on the supply of illegal drugs with at least 406 drug-related arrests this year - Full Story
June 18, 2015
Prosecutor says detention of Va. student in viral photo was justified

Prosecutor says detention of Va. student in viral photo was justified

Said the officers could have used much stronger measures to counter "very significant physical resistance" - Full Story
June 17, 2015
Union says Baltimore PD won't hand over riot transmission tapes

Union says Baltimore PD won't hand over riot transmission tapes

Union questioned PD's commitment to reform, while police officials and mayor accused union of misleading the public - Full Story



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