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Online maps plot crimes in Ga.

By Ryan Harris The Chattanooga Times Free-PressTYRONE, Ga. — Police used to plot crime trends in... - Full Story

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M16 myths Richard Fairburn - Law Enforcement Firearms

M16 myths

by Dick Fairburn With the M16/AR15 family of rifles becoming the long gun of choice for US police ag... - Full Story

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NYPD starts policing recruits online

By Rocco Parascandola NewsdayNEW YORK — There were a lot of things the training sergeant wanted... - Full Story

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NYPD stop-and-frisk cases up 32 percent

By Rocco Parascandola NewsdayNEW YORK — The NYPD is on course to stop and frisk a record number... - Full Story

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Fake cop pulls over woman, attacks her

The Chicago Tribune Related: Protecting the public from LE impersonators BUFFALO GROVE, Il. — A... - Full Story

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Milwaukee PD crack down on prostitution

Ryan Haggerty, Milwaukee Journal SentinelMILWAUKEE — A 22-year-old man wearing a black security... - Full Story

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Firsthand account: Police surgeon

By Francis V. Adams The Los Angeles TimesPolice surgeons in European countries are forensic pathologists... - Full Story

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Utah chief accidentally shoots self in ankle

The Associated PressRIVERDALE, Utah — The police chief in Riverdale accidentally shot himself in... - Full Story

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Deputy catches, arrests armed parolee

The Times-StandardEUREKA, Calif. - A parolee described as armed and dangerous was arrested Friday evening... - Full Story

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N.H. officer's gun discharges, hits other officer

N.H. officer's gun discharges, hits other officer

CONCORD, N.H. — A Concord police officer was shot in the chest by another officer yesterday morning while on duty but suffered only minor injuries because he was wearing a bulletproof vest.

Four Concord police officers were inside a bank when one officer's handgun discharged and hit another officer in the chest - Full Story



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