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House passes resolution urging police to use body cameras

House passes resolution urging police to use body cameras

The non-binding resolution was passed on Wednesday by a vote of 421-6 - Full Story

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House committee approves Ohio police training changes

New legislation requires all candidates for law enforcement jobs to have a high school diploma moving forward - Full Story

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Rule stops Denver police from shooting at cars unless driver fires

Rule stops Denver police from shooting at cars unless driver fires

Police can no longer fire on moving vehicles unless the driver is shooting at officers or civilians - Full Story

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Before Gray arrest, prosecutors called for more cops

Before Gray arrest, prosecutors called for more cops

Cops charged in the death of Freddie Gray demanded removal of the city's top prosecutor from their case Tuesday, saying she was the one who asked for "enhanced" police attention at the intersection where they encountered him - Full Story

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Lawmakers OK off-duty officers with guns in Wis. schools

Current state law generally bans people from possessing guns on school grounds as well as within 1,000 feet of school grounds - Full Story

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NYC highway melee trial exposes life as undercover detective

NYC highway melee trial exposes life as undercover detective

Trial sheds an unwanted light on how the nation''s largest police department cultivates, supervises and protects its officers - Full Story

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New law will make Colo. schools liable for violence

New law will make Colo. schools liable for violence

With the law, Colorado will be among a few states that allow school lawsuits for cases of violence - Full Story

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Federal judge signs Albuquerque police reform settlement

Federal judge signs Albuquerque police reform settlement

The settlement is the result of five months of negotiations between the city and federal officials - Full Story

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Wis. cop cleared in fatal OIS

Wis. cop cleared in fatal OIS

Madison Police Department issued a summary of its finding that officer did not violate its deadly force policies - Full Story



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