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5 ways defense attorneys try to trip up cops (and how to beat them) Val Van Brocklin - Cop Gumbo

5 ways defense attorneys try to trip up cops (and how to beat them)

Cops are frustrated to learn that defense attorneys have no obligation to the truth in defense of their clients, but take solace in the fact that it frustrates an attorney when they’re unable to rattle you - Full Story

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NYPD considers task force merger as shootings continue to climb

The task forces were originally set up years ago to handle large crowds and disturbances - Full Story

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Green Bay's 'skateboard cop' makes traffic stop while riding

A ten year veteran of the force — “Skateboard Cop” — is happy to be out of the patrol car.

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Green Bay's 'skateboard cop' makes traffic stop while riding

A ten year veteran of the force — “Skateboard Cop” — is happy to be out of the patrol car - Full Story

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Police consider safety, security as hobby drone use increases

Drone use is becoming an issue as the unmanned aircraft become more popular, especially as a way for hobbyists to create videos.

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Police consider safety, security as hobby drone use increases

Drone use is becoming an issue as the unmanned aircraft become more popular, especially as a way for hobbyists to create videos - Full Story

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Former RCMP officer invents marijuana breathalyzer

A former British Columbia RCMP officer has co-invented a marijuana breathalyzer he hopes will eventually be used to catch intoxicated motorists.

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Former RCMP officer invents marijuana breathalyzer

A former British Columbia RCMP officer has co-invented a marijuana breathalyzer he hopes will eventually be used to catch intoxicated motorists - Full Story

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Wash. deputy charged with helping estranged wife work as prostitute

Prosecutors also charged officer with stealing department ammunition and illegally delivering testosterone - Full Story

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Calif. department to require mandatory overtime, raising fatigue worries

Struggle to keep an adequate number of cops on the streets amid a historically rapid outflow has spurred department to make an unprecedented move - Full Story



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