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June 20, 2008

Hung jury in New Haven officer shooting

By Randall Beach The New Haven RegisterNEW HAVEN, Conn. — After three days of deliberation, jurors... - Full Story
June 19, 2008

Family, friends fight parole for Ill. cop killer

By Monique Garcia The Chicago TribuneCHICAGO — It's been almost 32 years since patrolman Terrence... - Full Story
June 19, 2008

No indictment for Ga. officer in shooting

By Yolanda Rodriguez The Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionATLANTA — A Douglas County grand jury refused... - Full Story
June 19, 2008

Ohio settlement mandates EDP training

Related articles: P1 Exclusive Series: Dealing with mentally ill citizens on patrolBy Barbara Carmen... - Full Story
June 18, 2008

Ex-cop not guilty in death of NY immigrant

By Jim Fitzgerald The Associated Press WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — A former policeman was found not guilty... - Full Story
June 17, 2008

Ill. woman wins $7.9 million after wrongful jailing

By Frank Main The Chicago Sun-TimesCHICAGO — Did Rachelle Jackson help Pierre Mangun steal a handgun... - Full Story
June 17, 2008

D.C. police chief defends checkpoints

By Brian Westley The Associated Press WASHINGTON, D.C. — The District of Columbia's police chief... - Full Story
June 16, 2008

Saga of N.C. police corruption ends

By Martha Quillin The News and ObserverLUMBERTON, N.C. — One after another, 22 former members of... - Full Story
June 16, 2008

Judge blocks LAPD disclosure rule

By Joel Rubin The Los Angeles TimesLOS ANGELES — A federal judge Friday temporarily barred the... - Full Story
June 14, 2008

Jury awards $737,000 to Indiana officer

HAMMOND, Ind. — A Lake County jury has awarded nearly $737,000 in damages to a Hammond police officer... - Full Story

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