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February 19, 2015

Justice Department may sue Ferguson PD

Preparation for legal action comes as Eric Holder nears an announcement of the DoJ’s findings on police force - Full Story
February 19, 2015

Police grapple with cases of 'snow rage'

Police are finding themselves responding to an increase in calls from residents upset with neighbors or plow drivers who dump snow where it doesn't belong - Full Story
February 19, 2015

Mo. measure would keep police recordings from public

Video or audio recorded from any device used by a cop — such as one attached to a car, boat or aircraft — would be exempt from state's open records law - Full Story
February 15, 2015

Panel recommends delays in Seattle police body cams

Community Police Commission issued a statement saying the new technology may have unintended consequences - Full Story
February 12, 2015
FBI director: US at crossroads on race relations, policing

FBI director: US at crossroads on race relations, policing

James Comey used a speech at Georgetown University to offer his most expansive take on a debate that has roiled in the country - Full Story
February 11, 2015

Mo. councilwoman accused of firing cops who arrested son

Police chief believes officers were fired because they messed with the son of a councilwoman - Full Story
February 11, 2015

Calif. cops try humor to grab drivers' attention

Drivers are doing double takes as they come upon quirky road signs sprinkled along a major street - Full Story
February 09, 2015

NYPD commish wants to raise resisting arrest to a felony charge

Commissioner William Bratton argued that the change would help deter suspects from fighting with officers - Full Story
February 06, 2015
For police body cameras, big costs loom in storage

For police body cameras, big costs loom in storage

The storage expenses — running into the millions of dollars in some cities — often go overlooked in the debates over using cameras - Full Story
February 06, 2015
Report: NYC's 911 system overhaul delayed, over budget

Report: NYC's 911 system overhaul delayed, over budget

Decade-long, multi-billion dollar effort to overhaul its 911 system is $700 million over budget and years behind schedule - Full Story



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