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Anarchist coffee shop owner refuses to let cops respond to OD

Business co-owner called 911 and told the dispatcher not to send police.

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Anarchist coffee shop owner refuses to let cops respond to OD

Business co-owner called 911 and told the dispatcher not to send police - Full Story

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LAPD changes its game to combat sex trade

Officers are targeting johns and pimps more often and with harsher penalties - Full Story

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Trending topics: When cops have close calls with cars

By PoliceOne Staff One of the most persistent dangers cops face every day is the perilous, unpredictable,... - Full Story

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Police: Lack of dispatch communication resulted in death

Denver police officials blame their delayed response to a woman who was killed 12 minutes into a 911 call on a dispatcher who failed to relay information to officers - Full Story

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Calif. police department goes retro with old-school patches

The 1800-1900s era style is symbolic for the department going 'back to basics' with a new chief - Full Story

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Jaywalker slams into Ga. cop's cruiser

Woman was not seriously injured.

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Fla. cop praised after buying boots for barefoot homeless man

In a city recently lambasted as being among the nation's most hostile to the homeless, officer's good deed was celebrated at a Wednesday conference.

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Okla. suspects swap meth mouth-to-mouth in back of cruiser

Suspects took the baggies and "exchanged a kiss" to pass the drugs from one to another.



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