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Suspect confesses to killing Auburn student

By Mike Morris The Atlanta Journal-Constitution PHENIX CITY, Ala. — The Alabama man charged with... - Full Story

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Report: New class of campus police is bigger and better-armed

By Sarah Viren The Houston Chronicle University police departments are bigger and more likely to arm... - Full Story

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Wis. police irked by mental health waits

Register for the 2008 3rd Annual IPICD Conference - October 29-31 @ The Orleans Hotel (Las Vegas, NV)... - Full Story

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Man tries to run down Pa. police chief

By Jim McKinnon The Pittsburgh Post-GazetteFAYETTE COUNTY, Pa. — A search is on for a Fayette County... - Full Story

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Controversial site raises officer safety concerns, infuriates cops

By PoliceOne staff Watch the video news report on BLUtube.com SAN FRANCISCO — A controversial new... - Full Story

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Police stepping up use of special fugitive squads

By Maria Cramer and Shelley Murphy The Boston GlobeDORCHESTER, Mass. — The tip came in on a cool... - Full Story

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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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