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Dallas PD frustrated with automated dispatch system

By Tanya Eiserer The Dallas Morning NewsDALLAS — Dallas emergency workers say they're facing a... - Full Story

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Federal data exchange to aid police work

By Robert O'Harrow Jr. and Ellen Nakashima The Washington PostWASHINGTON, D.C. — Several thousand... - Full Story

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PoliceOne Member Photo of the Week:
Priceless

A fellow officer, Officer John Young, working the night shift was assisting another officer on a traffic... - Full Story

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After 5 years of decline, L.A.'s homicide rate rises

By Joel Rubin and Richard Winton The Los Angeles TimesLOS ANGELES — Homicides in Los Angeles have... - Full Story

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St. Louis PD examining its warrant practices

By Joe Mahr The St. Louis Post-DispatchST. LOUIS — St. Louis city police are re-evaluating their... - Full Story

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Colo. schools seeing alarming trend: 'pharming'

By April M. Washington The Rocky Mountain NewsHIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo. - Seventeen-year-old Rachel Justice... - Full Story

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Calif. man arrested with LE equipment

By Myron Levin The Los Angeles TimesTORRENCE, Calif. — Authorities are weighing charges against... - Full Story

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Wendy's victim was husband of officer

Associated Press PALM BEACH, Fla. — A gunman in a jacket, tie and baseball cap wordlessly opened... - Full Story

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Mich. communities consider merging police

The Detroit Free Press OAKLAND COUNTY, Mich. — Two of Oakland County's wealthiest communities are... - Full Story

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Fla. doesn't extradite, cop is fatally shot

Fla. doesn't extradite, cop is fatally shot

CLEVELAND — Nine years ago, Detective Robert Clark was fatally shot by a fugitive who, hours earlier, had been in an Ohio jail.

A fugitive who had to be let go, because Florida wouldn't pick him up.

"They should have extradited — there was no excuse," said Clark's father.

"It's just hard to understand. ... You get really disillusioned the more you learn" - Full Story



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