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Report: NOPD faces multiple systemic challenges

By Brendan McCarthy The New Orleans Times-Picayune NEW ORLEANS — At the beginning of the year, as murders... - Full Story


Ga. officer 'devastated' after crash kills fellow deputy's wife

By Tim Eberly The Atlanta Journal-Constitution DOUGLAS COUNTY, Ga. — Douglas County sheriff's deputy... - Full Story


Utah police to have cameras, microphones pinned to uniforms

By Nate Carlisle The Salt Lake Tribune AMERICAN FORK, Utah — Bad boy, bad boy, whatcha' gonna' do, whatcha'... - Full Story


Oakland, Calif. police get 12-hour shifts

By Kelly Rayburn Contra Costa Times OAKLAND, Calif. — Oakland Police Department patrol officers will... - Full Story


Denver readies graffiti cameras

By Daniel J. Chacon The Rocky Mountain News DENVER, Colo. — Surveillance cameras that trigger a police... - Full Story


2 officers, 1 motorist hurt in Ill. crash

By Jason Meisner Tribune staff reporter CHICAGO, Ill. — Two Chicago police officers and a motorist were... - Full Story


Noose found under Conn. patrol car

By Daniel Tepfer Connecticut Post BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — A hangman-type noose — a symbol of racist lynchings... - Full Story


Md. police adopt domestic violence "lethality assessment" checklist

Tools gauge abuse risks By Justin Fenton The Baltimore Sun Va. county steps up police intervention for... - Full Story


Retired D.C. officer says more diversity is needed on the force

By Elizabeth Brotherton Roll Call WASHINGTON, D.C. — Retired Capitol Police Lt. Sharon Blackmon-Malloy... - Full Story


Police shooting deaths spike nationwide

"Cops are not going to be pigeons, they're not going to be waiting to be picked off." By Andrew Maykuth... - Full Story

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