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Reserve deputy wins $1M Super Bowl ad contest

Scott Zabielski, a reserve deputy for L.A. County and a producer of "Tosh.0" on Comedy Central, beat out nearly 4,900 competitors - Full Story

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NYC mayor says he has moved past police crisis

Mayor Bill de Blasio now declares he has moved past the rift, striking a tenuous truce with a strategy to stay above the fray and public opinion - Full Story

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Are Hollywood portrayals of policing detrimental to effective policing in the real world? P1 Community - The Question

Are Hollywood portrayals of policing detrimental to effective policing in the real world?

A question posted recently on Quora asked, "Are Hollywood portrayals of policing detrimental to effective policing in the real world?" Two former ... - Full Story

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Del. cop famous for 'Shake it Off' video does it again

Master Cpl. Jeff Davis returned for an encore performance at a benefit event, Dancing With the Delaware Stars.

Videos

Reserve deputy a finalist in $1M Superbowl commercial contest

Scott Zabielski is a Reserve Deputy for L.A. County and a finalist in the "Crash the Superbowl" Doritos contest.

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Reserve deputy a finalist in $1M Superbowl commercial contest

This year, Doritos received about 4,900 video entries from 29 countries, and he was 1 of 10 selected as a finalist - Full Story

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Video: UFC fighter TASERed by police, arrested after pursuit

The former fighter ignored multiple commands to get on the ground, insisting the officers show some ID - Full Story

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Calif. police start body camera program to build trust

Of 100 new cameras, 50 were put on officers Tuesday and another 50 officers will receive them in February.

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Calif. police start body camera program to build trust

Of 100 new cameras, 50 were put on officers Tuesday and another 50 officers will receive them in February - Full Story

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What cops should know about the right to photograph and record in public

In this video, Mickey Osterreicher, general counsel for the NPPA, explains the positives of officers learning about the rights of people to photograph and record in public. He also discusses important facts officer need to know about being photographed and/or recorded.



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