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November 17, 2015

Ohio House approves bill to expand concealed weapons law

The new law would allow guns in places such as colleges and day cares and on private aircraft - Full Story
November 17, 2015

Judge: 2008 Boston cop exam was discriminating

A police spokesman says the department is reviewing the decision - Full Story
November 13, 2015

Old laws collide with digital reality in Colo. teen sexting case

Laws intended to protect youth from sexual predators have put schools in a Catch-22 - Full Story
November 12, 2015

NYPD promises crackdown on dangerous driving

More than a dozen New Yorkers have been killed or injured by cars, buses and trucks in the last two weeks - Full Story
November 12, 2015

Colo. department's physical fitness testing suspended for all officers

The decision was the outcome of a discrimination lawsuit filed by 12 female officers - Full Story
November 12, 2015

Police in NC city halt minor traffic stops after racial disparity concerns

The department is conducting its own analysis after a New York Times article criticized policing in the city - Full Story
November 11, 2015

Wis. police retrieve flag burned at GOP debate protest

Photos and video of the incident quickly spread on social media - Full Story
November 11, 2015

Dallas to withhold names of officers involved in shootings for 48 hours

The union had pushed for the department to keep the officers’ names out of the media after a shooting indefinitely - Full Story
November 09, 2015

Bill in honor of slain NY cop makes it harder to avoid jail

The bill, known as Officer Randolph Holder's Law, was dubbed in honor of slain officer - Full Story
November 09, 2015

Md. ends gun 'fingerprint' database after 15 failed years

Plagued by technological problems, the system never solved a single case - Full Story

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