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App aims to give tips to drivers for safe police stops

App aims to give tips to drivers for safe police stops

Despite its attention-grabbing name, developer says "Driving While Black" app will provide common sense advice to motorists of all races on how to safely interact with police during traffic stops - Full Story

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Calif. police chief joins peaceful protest

Calif. police chief joins peaceful protest

Richmond Police Chief Chris Magnus joined a protest against police brutality in his city on Tuesday - Full Story

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NYPD eyes wider use of ECDs

Preliminary plans call for 450 additional officers to carry the electroshock weapons while on patrol, police officials said Wednesday - Full Story

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12 iconic photos that capture policing in 2014

From trends to tragedy, the following slideshow captures a year in police headlines - Full Story

Videos

TEDx Talk: The most dangerous weapon in law enforcement

Can simply choosing better words be the solution to building relationships between law enforcement officers and those within their communities or will it require an entirely new system of development? 25-year law enforcement veteran Brian Willis breaks it down in this TEDx Talk.

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Civilian oversight of embattled LASD approved

Civilian oversight of embattled LASD approved

The department has been beset with allegations of inmate abuse by deputies and costly lawsuits - Full Story

Columns

Enough already with professional profiling Brian Willis - If I Knew Then...

Enough already with professional profiling

It is time to stand up, speak up and put an end to profession profiling in America - Full Story

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Cops and dogs: Body language

Betsy Smith discusses how to read a dog’s body language and explains what is safe and not safe.

In-depth News

PoliceOne Year in Review 2014

PoliceOne Year in Review 2014

From controversial trials to the monstrous surge in body cameras, 2014 was chock-full of lessons and memorable moments for law enforcement nationwide. Take a look back at some of the year's most heroic saves and other memorable incidents through the eyes of the officers who overcame them firsthand. Our expert columnists do some of their own reflecting on the year in the features below. - Full Story

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LASD may limit car computer use to ease distracted driving

Concerns over distracted driving have prompted Los Angeles County sheriff's officials to propose dramatically curbing use of in-car computers - Full Story



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