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February 04, 2016

Wash. bill aims to easily charge officers after fatal shootings

Washington is one the hardest states in the nation to charge an officer for use of deadly force - Full Story
February 03, 2016
Ferguson residents worried about cost of US-mandated police changes

Ferguson residents worried about cost of US-mandated police changes

The cost of implementing the mandated changes would be significant with preliminary estimates at $500K - Full Story
February 02, 2016

Hawaii bill would ban police drone use without a warrant

The bill would make exceptions for emergencies such as searches and rescues, hostage situations - Full Story
January 29, 2016

Little recourse for donors seeking refunds in Gliniewicz case

Authorities said they believe the Gliniewiczes spent more than $10K from accounts meant to support the Explorers post on expenses - Full Story
January 27, 2016
First look: 2016 tech trends cops need to know

First look: 2016 tech trends cops need to know

TASER and Axon have unveiled their first annual law enforcement technology report - Full Story
January 27, 2016

A look at anti-crime measures proposed in NM

Here's a look at some of the measures up for debate - Full Story
January 20, 2016

Baltimore to pay $60K settlement to woman who recorded arrest

The woman sued the department after claiming police deleted a video of a 2014 arrest - Full Story
January 18, 2016

SC counties dole out second chances to fired cops

Some were fired for lying and concealing information, red flags that should have made any chief wary of second chances - Full Story
January 17, 2016

Conn. lawmakers mull more state aid for police cameras

Legislators expect to revisit a law passed last year to encourage municipal police departments to equip officers with body cameras - Full Story
January 17, 2016
Illinois, other states debate laws for police videos

Illinois, other states debate laws for police videos

In Illinois, some legislators want a judge to be the first stop in determining whether a video involving police use of force should be released to the public - Full Story



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