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Changes in NYPD street stops proposed after federal trial

Changes to the NYPD's patrol guide are needed to clear up confusion over the department's stop-and-frisk tactics - Full Story


Chicago police OK independent stop-and-frisk evaluations

Chicago police OK independent stop-and-frisk evaluations

Under new agreement, twice a year public reports on Chicago police investigatory stops and pat downs will be released - Full Story


Ferguson spurs 40 new state measures; activists want more

Police groups have been urging lawmakers to proceed with caution when altering laws on the way they do their jobs - Full Story


Retailers to pay $300K in NY toy gun settlement

The push to regulate toy guns has increased since a Cleveland police officer fatally shot 12-year-old Tamir Rice - Full Story


Cities make police policy changes after unrest over fatal shootings

A look at some of the incidents that drew national attention and the subsequent changes - Full Story


Snowball case melts; teen sues Detroit district over arrest

Teen who spent nearly 40 days in custody before a judge cleared him of throwing a dangerous snowball is suing - Full Story


SC body camera law spurred by Ferguson

Issue didn't pick up steam until after South Carolina had its own Ferguson-esque moment - Full Story


One of new La. laws taking effect Aug. targets revenge porn

Many of the statute changes are modest adjustments to existing laws - Full Story


How surreptitious DNA sampling is knocking on the Supreme Court’s door Val Van Brocklin - Cop Gumbo

How surreptitious DNA sampling is knocking on the Supreme Court’s door

Know the issues so your investigative practices can shape the debate and not result in unintended consequences in the form of a SCOUTS ruling - Full Story

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