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March 12, 2014

Ore. police to roll out team focused on low-level offenses

The team of nine officers and one sergeant will have the choice to walk, bike, ride ATVs or patrol in cars to focus on quality-of-life problems - Full Story
March 11, 2014
US states seeking balance on police drone policies

US states seeking balance on police drone policies

More than 35 states will consider drone legislation this year - Full Story
March 10, 2014
Wash. chief weighs pros and cons of body cameras

Wash. chief weighs pros and cons of body cameras

In September, the Spokane City Council approved a $733,000 contract with Taser International for 220 body cameras - Full Story
March 08, 2014

Driver charged for attacking Mass. trooper on roadside

Nassive Palmer, 30, became combative after an officer saw the man had outstanding warrants and tried arresting him - Full Story
March 06, 2014

NYC mayor drops lawsuit over anti-profiling law

NYC will stop challenging a law making it easier to bring racial profiling cases against the police - Full Story
March 06, 2014

Judge: Ariz. police can no longer hold for immigration status

Agreement approved Tuesday prevents police agencies from prolonging traffic stops or jailing people to determine their immigration status - Full Story
March 05, 2014

Facebook bankrolls cop near crime-ridden headquarters

Menlo Park police Chief Robert Jonsen called it a "benchmark in private-public partnerships" that will result in a highly visible patrol in the Belle Haven neighborhood - Full Story
March 05, 2014

Video: Fla. officer asks trooper to let him go after DUI stop

A Miami-Dade police officer who failed a roadside sobriety test repeatedly asked a Florida Highway Patrol trooper to look the other way - Full Story
March 04, 2014

Supreme Court likely to favor police sued over fatal pursuit

The lawsuit says police used excessive force. But several justices said the officers should be shielded from liability - Full Story

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