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US panel to hear appeal on NY stop-and-frisk case

City's police unions are arguing they should be able to continue to appeal a federal judge's ruling that the NYPD's stop-and-frisk policy violated civil rights - Full Story

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LAPD officials downplay report on 'ghost cars'

Officials Tuesday downplayed a recent report about falsified patrol records, saying it was an isolated problem that had been overstated and corrected - Full Story

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Radar-like device helps police detect texting drivers

The device, which would work much like a radar gun, could differentiate whether the occupants of a vehicle are texting or talking on their phone, by detecting radio frequencies that emit from a vehicle when a cell phone is in use.

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NJ dash cam videos deemed public records

Authorities cannot withhold the videos, even if they say they pertain to criminal or internal-affairs investigations - Full Story

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Trending Topics: When crooks call 911 on themselves

By PoliceOne Staff Police are constantly swamped, so it's appreciated when crooks help... - Full Story

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Fla. police union concerned over body cam policies

Privacy for citizens and Ft. Myers police is a major concern - Full Story

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Fla. police arrest tar-covered man on gas station roof

Fla. police arrest tar-covered man on gas station roof

The 30-year-old man tried to convince officers he was a repairman who was atop the Sunoco station at 3 a.m to fix the air conditioner - Full Story

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Disputed Ohio traffic stop goes viral, prompts investigation

Officials said the case was reviewed by prosecutors, who ruled that the officers involved in the stop "acted lawfully"

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Video: Disputed Ohio traffic stop goes viral, prompts investigation

Video: Disputed Ohio traffic stop goes viral, prompts investigation

Officials said the case was reviewed by prosecutors, who ruled that the officers involved in the stop "acted lawfully" - Full Story



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