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June 08, 2015
NYC highway melee trial exposes life as undercover detective

NYC highway melee trial exposes life as undercover detective

Trial sheds an unwanted light on how the nation''s largest police department cultivates, supervises and protects its officers - Full Story
June 08, 2015
New style of policing works to defuse mental health crises

New style of policing works to defuse mental health crises

Police embracing this approach end more situations without violence place fewer people in the local jails - Full Story
June 07, 2015

2 more slayings as spike in Baltimore violence continues

There were 42 homicides in Baltimore last month, making it the city's deadliest in more than 40 years - Full Story
June 05, 2015

Okla. governor signs measure for public release of police body cam footage

The measure signed on Thursday allows for the release of body camera videos — with some exceptions - Full Story
June 04, 2015
Cop hurt in battle with Boston bombers likely victim of blue-on-blue

Cop hurt in battle with Boston bombers likely victim of blue-on-blue

Whatever wounded cop is still embedded in his leg, leaving investigators unable to confirm which gun fired the bullet - Full Story
June 03, 2015

Conn. legislature reverses court ruling limiting arrest data

Conn. lawmakers have reversed a state Supreme Court ruling that limited amount of info police must release - Full Story
June 02, 2015

Undercover NYC officer testifies in SUV assault trial

Detective testified Tuesday he didn't intervene because he feared for his safety and didn't admit involvement in the melee because he worried he'd get fired - Full Story
June 02, 2015
Mass. cops allow addicts to turn in drugs if they seek treatment

Mass. cops allow addicts to turn in drugs if they seek treatment

Unique policy was launched Monday in the Massachusetts city of Gloucester - Full Story
June 01, 2015

Homicide count for May in Baltimore rises to 43

With 43 homicides, May is the deadliest month since the early 1970s - Full Story
May 31, 2015

Baltimore sees its 40th homicide in May, a record month

Arrests have dropped sharply in Baltimore since Freddie Gray died on April 19 - Full Story



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