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R12 rugged tablet designed with cops' workflow in mind Loraine Burger - Perspectives on Policing

R12 rugged tablet designed with cops' workflow in mind

The R12 tablet debuted a new platform and ergonomic design that can transition from the field to the squad to the station with ease - Full Story

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Lone-wolf terror threat focus of NYPD conference

Top police officials from New York, London and elsewhere met Thursday to share strategies for combating the homegrown terror threat posed by self-radicalized people - Full Story

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NYC prosecutor eyed for US attorney general

NYC prosecutor eyed for US attorney general

She's an under-the-radar contender to become the first black woman to head the Justice Department - Full Story

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Prop. 47 jolts landscape of Calif. justice system

Voter-approved initiative reduces penalties for drug possession and other nonviolent crimes - Full Story

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Seattle police to review property-crime response

Chief has heard community concerns regarding how department responds to property crime, including the amount of time 911 callers wait for response - Full Story

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After testing, LAPD to equip officers with TASER body cams

Next step is to discuss labor issues and policies for using the cameras and storage system - Full Story

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FDNY: New York City's 911 system down for 2 hours

FDNY officials say dispatchers worked manually during the outage and sent out emergency crews by radio.

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FDNY: New York City's 911 system down for 2 hours

FDNY officials say dispatchers worked manually during the outage and sent out emergency crews by radio - Full Story

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Simple form helps officers expedite mental illness calls Force Science Institute - Destroying Myths & Discovering Cold Facts

Simple form helps officers expedite mental illness calls

The Brief Mental Health Screener (BMHS) was developed primarily by Ron Hoffman, PhD, a former Toronto constable who now serves as coordinator of mental health training at the Ontario (Canada) Police College - Full Story

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A cop's split-second decision: Real or replica? P1 Community - The Question

A cop's split-second decision: Real or replica?

A question posted on Quora asked, “What's it like to be a police officer who sees a kid with what looks like a real gun?” 20-year veteran Of... - Full Story



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