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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
November 09, 2015
Ferguson police present initiative, seek to restore trust

Ferguson police present initiative, seek to restore trust

The Ferguson neighborhood policing program calls for teams of officers to be assigned to a specific area - Full Story
November 07, 2015

NC upholds ban on sex offenders using Facebook

The court's opinion reversed a lower court's finding that the 2008 law was unconstitutional - Full Story
November 05, 2015

Texas police can keep 'In God We Trust' on patrol vehicles

Attorney General rejected arguments that the taxpayer-funded decals improperly mixed religion and government - Full Story
November 04, 2015

Clinton wants to make gun control a 'voting issue'

She's determined to push measures that would expand background checks - Full Story
November 03, 2015

Pa. man uses rope ladder to burglarize supermarket

The man claimed to merely be sleeping on store's roof when he was caught - Full Story
November 03, 2015

Police backlash puts pressure on Tarantino's new movie

A growing number of police groups have called for the boycott of the upcoming 'The Hateful Eight' release - Full Story
November 03, 2015

Ga. woman who supplied cop killer with gun gets probation

The woman bought the gun for her boyfriend who used it to shoot and kill Officer Kerrie Orozoco - Full Story
November 02, 2015

What a Texas department is doing to recruit more women

Of the 1,755 sworn police officers in the department, only 177 are women - Full Story
November 02, 2015

Ohio bill seeks open review when officers use deadly force

The bill would require agencies to adopt written policies for investigating officers after fatal shootings - Full Story

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