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Calif. judge rules police get paid time to don, doff uniforms

By Bob Egelko The San Francisco Chronicle SAN FRANCISCO — A police uniform is not just a set of clothes,... - Full Story

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Chicago pays $20 mil in police torture case

The Associated Press CHICAGO — The name of Lieutenant Jon Burge has dogged Chicago and its police department... - Full Story

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Chicago wants to drug test any officers involved in shootings

By Fran Spielman The Chicago Sun-Times Related: NYPD may change officer involved shooting policies CHICAGO... - Full Story

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Calif. commanding officers may be indicted for other officer's shooting

By Thadeus Greenson and John Driscoll The Eureka Times-Standard EUREKA, Calif. — The expected grand jury... - Full Story

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Calif. officer sent to prison

Henry K. Lee Chronicle Staff Writer HAYWARD, Calif. — A former Hayward police officer who pleaded no... - Full Story

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Fla. officer who sued family over injuries is fired

By Rene Stutzman The Orlando Sentinel Related: Fla. officer injured during rescue sues CASSELBERRY, Fla.... - Full Story

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Chicago officer suing over alleged sexual bias

The Associated Press CHICAGO, Ill. — A Chicago police officer is suing her former supervisor for sex... - Full Story

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N.Y. officer sues over firing

The Associated Press NEW YORK — A counterterrorism detective who says his failed drug test came because... - Full Story

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N.Y. officer indicted in off-duty shooting

By Rocco Parascandola and Matthew Chayes Newsday NEW YORK — An off-duty police officer who shot an unarmed... - Full Story

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Presence of pit bull doesn't justify 'no knock' warrant in Mass.

Lawyers USA Staff The presence of a pit bull in a house does not provide probable cause for issuance... - Full Story



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