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Jury awards $3.7 million to former suburban Chicago officer

The Associated Press CHICAGO- A federal jury awarded $3.7 million to a former suburban Chicago police... - Full Story


Judge vacates jury verdict in DSP police firing range lawsuit

The Associated Press DOVER, Del.- A federal judge in Wilmington on Monday threw out a jury verdict awarding... - Full Story


State N.M. officer charged in stabbing

The Associated Press LAS CRUCES, N.M.- A state police officer is charged with aggravated battery with... - Full Story


Volunteer firefighter held on $250,000 bail in N.Y. officer's death

By TOM HAYS Associated Press Writer NEW YORK- It was the middle of the night on a Manhattan roadway when... - Full Story


Officers suspended over video parody sue San Francisco

Related: P-1 Members respond: The SFPD video controversy By LISA LEFF Associated Press Writer SAN FRANCISCO-... - Full Story


Bloomington, Ill., sergeant pleads not guilty in 4 rapes

By JAN DENNIS Associated Press Writer BLOOMINGTON, Illinois- A police sergeant accused of four rapes... - Full Story


Appeals court upholds random bag searches in NYC subway

The Associated Press NEW YORK- A federal appeals court Friday upheld the constitutionality of the city's... - Full Story


Fla. chief charged with forging check in name of ex-wife, also a chief

The Associated Press FORT PIERCE, Fla.- The city's longtime police chief was indicted on felony charges... - Full Story


Most convicted violent felons have prior record, report says

By DARLENE SUPERVILLE Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON- More than half of those convicted of violent... - Full Story


Immigrants accuse state police of improper treatment

The Associated Press PROVIDENCE, R.I.- More immigrants are accusing police of harassment. This time,... - Full Story

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