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Small GPS devices help prosecutors win convictions

Related articles: GPS devices to monitor domestic abusers Texas cops use GPS to nab carjacking suspect... - Full Story


San Diego officer gets probation in death of K-9

Related articles: Probe: San Diego K-9 died of heatstroke San Diego officer sued over death of K-9 By... - Full Story


Seattle cop charged in Hells Angels shooting

Related article: Off-duty Seattle cop shoots Hells AngelBy Jennifer Sullivan The Seattle TimesMEADE COUNTY,... - Full Story


NY cop pleads not guilty to injuring woman

Related article: NY policeman charged after injuring womanBy Jim Fitzgerald The Associated PressWHITE... - Full Story


Past allegation not used in N.J. cop's trial

By Kibret Markos The RecordBERGEN COUNTY, N.J. — Prior allegations of sexual misconduct will not... - Full Story


Md. cop killer's trial delayed to question DNA

Defense for man accused of killing officer can raise issue of tainted DNA evidence at crime labRelated... - Full Story


Former Indy officer charged with rape

'Things don't get much worse than this case,' chief saysBy Jon Murray and Vic Ryckaert The Indianapolis... - Full Story


Tom Munsey: Good Report Writing for TASER

One of the most important, but often neglected, aspects of utilizing our force options is report writing. Tom Munsey of the Albuquerque, NM Police Department talked with Sgt. Betsy Brantner Smith about effective documentation in a use of force situation, and how the way you write your report today can make or break your case, both criminally and civilly, for years to come.


Ex-Mich. officer gets life in prison for murder

By John Tunison Grand Rapids PressGRAND HAVEN, Mich. — Former Holland Police Officer Ken DeKleine... - Full Story


News photographer sues Calif. police

By Henry K. Lee The San Francisco ChronicleOAKLAND, Calif. — An award-winning Oakland Tribune photographer... - Full Story

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