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November 19, 2013

LAPD's "Invasion of the Zombie Bandits!"

LAPd's parody video is a public service announcement specifically warning residents about leaving electronics such as smartphones and tablets in their vehicles, describing the devices as “catnip for zombies.”
November 18, 2013

Dad says Google maps image shows slain son

Google has announced it is working on removing the photo of a slain Richmond teenager.
November 11, 2013

Judge: Newtown 911 tapes to remain secret

Judge Eliot Prescott said he will listen to the recordings, then issue a decision at a hearing scheduled for Nov. 25.
November 07, 2013

Study: Policing is changing in presence of cameras

Researcher Gregory Brown thinks the constant filming of cops has good and bad effects.
October 03, 2013

Cop told not to wear uniform at daughter's school

An officer received a call from his daughter’s principal asking that he never again come to campus in his police uniform.
September 24, 2013

Law Enforcement and television

Law enforcement trainer and expert witness Roy Bedard talks with Betsy Brantner Smith about the effect media has on law enforcement, and how the rise of citizen journalism has police constantly in the spotlight.
September 24, 2013

Parent fights cop at education forum

A Maryland man who didn't follow the rules at a state education forum was arrested for assault after he and a police officer providing security got into a scuffle.
September 19, 2013

Family arrested after out-of-control traffic stop

An officer is on paid leave while police investigate an arrest that escalated quickly when a suspect’s family arrived on the scene, and were ordered to the ground.
September 14, 2013

Calif. police policy of killing animals at range under fire

Officers often take severely injured animals to the shooting range to put them out of their misery quickly.



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