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February 13, 2014

Lawmakers to resume Newtown victim privacy debate

The emotional debate over victim privacy rights that began after the Newtown school shooting is expected to resume in coming weeks - Full Story
February 12, 2014

Calif. officers cleared in Dorner standoff

In a report released Tuesday, officials said the many sheriff's deputies, police officers and game wardens who were involved in the standoff violated no laws - Full Story
February 12, 2014

Mo. judge orders stop to red light camera enforcement

City is prohibited from attempting to enforce the ordinance, sending violation notices, processing payments or sending collection letters relating to the tickets - Full Story
February 12, 2014

Ex-Border Patrol union chief claims vendetta in defraud case

Federal prosecutors on Tuesday dropped nine counts of conspiracy and fraud against the 60-year-old former president of the National Border Patrol Council - Full Story
February 12, 2014

Ex-NM officers face federal 'excessive force' suit

Officers John Doyle and Robert Woolever are accused of excessive, unnecessary force during an '11 arrest - Full Story
February 11, 2014

Reserve officer fired for carrying gun at school

The reserve officer believes he has the right to carry but the Superintendent says the school board must approve - Full Story
February 11, 2014

Teen in banana suit cited for carrying AK-47

The teen was cited for violating a city ordinance that prohibits soliciting in and alongside roadways - Full Story
February 11, 2014

Fla. trooper who stopped cop sues after harassment

FHP Trooper Donna Jane Watts was on routine patrol early one morning when a Miami police car whizzed past at speeds that would eventually top 120 mph - Full Story
February 10, 2014

Bill bars Tenn. officers from helping in federal roadblocks

Lawmaker says police shouldn't be helping federal contractors hold roadblocks where they ask motorists for cheek swabs and blood samples - Full Story
February 10, 2014

New Philly police policy reaches out to transgenders

The policy, Directive 152, is the first in the department's history that addresses how officers interact with the transgender community - Full Story

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