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Gay N.J. officer settles discrimination suit for $450,000

By Karen Keller Herald News HALEDON- A gay cop who sued the borough for discrimination won $450,000 in... - Full Story

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Mo. deputy sheriff wins $5 million judgment for meth raid injuries

By Robert Patrick St. Louis Post-Dispatch A deputy sheriff who is considered one of Missouri's best-known... - Full Story

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"Bucky" gets life, no parole

By CAROLYN THOMPSON The AssociateMayville, N.Y. — An escaped convict who admitted killing a New... - Full Story

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Legal Corner: Use-of-Force and the Issue of Less Intrusive Means

By Mark T. Baganz, Esq.A recurrent question in law enforcement circles is whether or not less intrusive... - Full Story

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On Liars, Mistletoe, and Lack of Respect for Colleagues

By Mel Tucker“The sheepdog must not, can not and should not ever harm the sheep. Any sheepdog who... - Full Story

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Pa. samurai killer wins police brutality case, awarded $1

By Matt Birkbeck The Morning Call PHILADELPHIA- Five Bethlehem police officers used excessive force to... - Full Story

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"Guilty as hell," pleads cop killer "Bucky" Phillips

The Associated Press BUFFALO, N.Y.- A day after swaggering into court and admitting killing one state... - Full Story

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One family’s long wait for justice … and still counting Charles Remsberg - 10-8: Life on the Line

One family’s long wait for justice … and still counting

By Chuck Remsberg Senior PoliceOne Contributor Sponsored by Blauer How long should it take before a suspect who’s in custody stands trial for murdering a police of... - Full Story

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Ex-fugitive "Bucky" Phillips pleads guilty to shooting N.Y. trooper

By BEN DOBBIN, Associated Press Writer (AP File Photo)ELMIRA, N.Y. — The man whose dramatic capture at... - Full Story

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DA: LAPD shooting of child wasn't crime

The Associated Press LOS ANGELES- The district attorney's office will not file charges against 11 police... - Full Story



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