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Philly police commissioner announces he is retiring

Philly police commissioner announces he is retiring

Charles Ramsey's 47-year career in law enforcement is coming to an end - Full Story

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Chicago mayor blames city’s crime uptick on officers second-guessing themselves

The mayor believes, in light of high-profile incidents, officers do not want to see a news story about themselves - Full Story

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State emergency law sparked by NIU shooting

Public college and university campuses across the country are required by federal law to have a plan in place to deal with massacres - Full Story

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Drone lands at park near White House; operator cited

Man said he was trying to take pictures of the monument and the wind blew the drone across the street - Full Story

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Calif. law extends privacy rights to electronic data

Civil-liberties advocates called the new law an important advance - Full Story

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Texas police groups file suit alleging unfair treatment

Officers have been mum about the circumstances that splintered the force - Full Story

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NY cop who tackled ex-tennis star will face administrative trial

The mayor and police commissioner apologized to James Blake but he believes the officer should be fired - Full Story

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Ore. union launches 'Having Enough Police Matters' campaign

Portland Police Association started a campaign intended to put pressure on lawmakers to find funding for hiring officers - Full Story

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House bill would cut prison time for some offenders

Republicans and Democrats have come together to propose major legislation that would reduce prison sentences for some nonviolent drug offenders - Full Story

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Chicago gun laws not as strict as they once were

The city has a reputation for having some of the strictest gun laws but has experienced an increase in homicides - Full Story



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