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November 17, 2014

Man's request for body cams has Wash. PDs rethinking use

Person filed a public records request for all available footage, a task one PD says will take years to complete - Full Story
November 17, 2014

Ariz. unions demand change after ex-officer with PTSD commits suicide

Officer Craig Tiger died after suffering with PTSD after a fatal 2012 shooting - Full Story
November 17, 2014
Better strategies sought to curb domestic violence

Better strategies sought to curb domestic violence

Two programs target different audiences, but in the realm of domestic-violence prevention, they share a status as two of the nation's most promising - Full Story
November 17, 2014

Atlantic City could cut number of police

Recommendation calls for reducing the police department from 330 uniformed employees to 285 - Full Story
November 16, 2014

LAPD survey finds complaints about discipline bias

Survey of 500 LAPD employees found widespread concerns among officers and civilians that the department's internal discipline system is deeply flawed - Full Story
November 15, 2014

Officer wore camera during Utah man's shooting, wasn't on

Chief said the officer was new and was focusing on incident, didn't think to turn the camera on - Full Story
November 14, 2014

Tear gas fired near Ohio school sickens kids, teacher

Tear gas fired during a police training session drifted to a nearby school, sending a teacher to a hospital and 14 students home - Full Story
November 14, 2014
LAPD technology that tracks ex-cons stirs concerns

LAPD technology that tracks ex-cons stirs concerns

Technology not only tells patrol officers where crime is most likely to occur but also identifies and keeps track of ex-cons - Full Story
November 13, 2014

Pentagon pursuing changes in military surplus program

The flow of excess tactical gear to local law enforcement came under scrutiny in August following clashes between protesters and police in Ferguson - Full Story
November 13, 2014

Tenn. sheriff pays ransom for locked case files

Malware on a computer locked the agency's case files, which included autopsy reports, witness statements and crime scene photos - Full Story



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