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December 04, 2014

IBM's new mobile app offers police data sharing in the field

The app enables officers to validate information and compare partial observations, such as vehicle license plates - Full Story
December 03, 2014

NYPD officers to wear body cameras in pilot program

Mayor Bill de Blasio said that any tool that provides an officer's perspective would help avoid future controversies - Full Story
December 03, 2014

Boston brass, police union fear body cams on cops

Body cameras could undermine the very community policing tactics they are intended to bolster, top Boston cops say - Full Story
December 03, 2014

Conn. department to hire cops with hearing aids

As a result of an appeal, the city is changing its policies - Full Story
December 03, 2014

Mayor: Crime in NYC continues to fall

Mayor Bill de Blasio and Police Commissioner William Bratton on Tuesday touted the continued reduction of crime in NYC and their reforms to the NYPD - Full Story
December 02, 2014
Holder to announce new anti-profiling guidelines

Holder to announce new anti-profiling guidelines

Holder traveled to Atlanta to meet with law enforcement and community leaders for the first in a series of regional meetings around the country - Full Story
December 02, 2014
Rams, police differ on Ferguson protest apology

Rams, police differ on Ferguson protest apology

Rams official and a police chief differed Monday about whether team had apologized for the actions of 5 players who raised their hands during pregame - Full Story
December 01, 2014

Researchers developing breath test for pot

Researchers at Washington State University are working on a breath test to determine if a driver is under the influence of marijuana - Full Story
December 01, 2014
Ferguson mayor: No severance package for Wilson

Ferguson mayor: No severance package for Wilson

Officer Darren Wilson won't receive any further pay or benefits, and he and the city have cut their ties - Full Story
November 29, 2014
Officer Darren Wilson resigns from Ferguson PD

Officer Darren Wilson resigns from Ferguson PD

Wilson, who has been on administrative leave since the fatal Aug. 9 shooting in Ferguson, resigned effective immediately - Full Story



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