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Colo. lawmakers weigh electronic police citations

The proposal includes a new optional system of people self-reporting their ethnicity when they get a driver's licenses - Full Story


Colo. sheriff evaluating 'take-home' vehicles for deputies

The sheriff's office was not demonstrated whether the $17M take-home vehicle program benefits taxpayers - Full Story


Ga. authorities embrace controversial 'In God We Trust' decals

The movement was spurred by confrontations nationwide between police and civilians - Full Story


4 tips to improve police use of TASERs Capt. Greg Meyer (ret.) - Less Lethal Issues in Law Enforcement

4 tips to improve police use of TASERs

By taking all available time to assemble a number of officers in non-emergency cases, understanding why TASERs “fail,” reconsidering the use of the drive-stun, and knowing when immediate action is the best course of action, we can improve our use of nonlethal weapons - Full Story


States grapple with public disclosure of police body-camera footage

States grapple with public disclosure of police body-camera footage

Many are struggling to strike a balance between the public’s right to know and privacy protections - Full Story


Police: Baffling Pa. highway shooting was case of mistaken ID

Police discovered the gunman was targeting someone else driving a similar SUV - Full Story


Mich. sheriff tells lawmakers to stop 'peppering' poorly drafted legislation

An Oakland County sheriff asked lawmakers to include LEOs in their discussions - Full Story


Couple seeks damages in Calif. kidnapping case police called hoax

Vallejo police said at a news conference the kidnapping was a hoax and have since apologized - Full Story


Judge: Arrest for cursing on ticket is a rights violation

A village named Liberty must stand trial for arresting a man who wrote curse words on a speeding ticket - Full Story

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