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DOJ asks Baltimore residents about police conduct

DOJ asks Baltimore residents about police conduct

Residents who attended the forum at the University of Baltimore Law School broke up into small groups to speak one-on-one with agency attorneys about their experiences with the police - Full Story

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Calif. bill requires hearings for school military gear

Los Angeles Unified School District recently returned three grenade launchers - Full Story

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Slain Hofstra student's family lawsuit allowed to proceed

Judge says a lawsuit filed by the family of a Hofstra University student killed in an off-campus police shooting can move forward - Full Story

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Ferguson citizens want body cams on cops

Ferguson citizens want body cams on cops

They have organized an effort to require police to wear body cameras - Full Story

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Fla. deputy suspended over 'unsafe' target practice

An investigation revealed that several rounds accidentally struck and damaged a private citizen's residence - Full Story

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NYC: Settlement in principle in Muslim surveillance lawsuit

The plaintiffs said the NYPD's post-Sept. 11 intelligence-gathering tarnished law-abiding Muslims - Full Story

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High court voids routine police check of hotel registries

Struck down a Los Angeles ordinance Monday that allowed police to inspect hotel guest records on demand - Full Story

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NM cops face second-degree murder charges in standoff

Stemming from last year's shooting death of a homeless man, officers could face up to 15 years in prison - Full Story

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1 of 3 officers in Wash. farmworker's shooting resigns

Nine-year veteran who shot and killed an immigrant farmworker in a busy intersection earlier this year has resigned - Full Story

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Del. governor signs marijuana decriminalization bill

Opponents expressed concerns that the legislation sends the wrong message to children - Full Story



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