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Ore. officer removed from patrol after tweet about Black Lives Matter

Officer John Hurlman, a 24-year bureau veteran, removed the post from his Twitter feed - Full Story


Black Chicago officers work in schools to build trust

The initiative comes at a time of extreme distrust between citizens, especially young African-Americans, and police - Full Story


Ejected football fan sends 20 dozen doughnuts to university police

Ejected football fan sends 20 dozen doughnuts to university police

Two-hundred-forty doughnuts — every one of them covered in coconut — raised suspicions among officers - Full Story


Pa. police chief apologizes for using 'N-word' in personal email

No decision has been made as to whether the chief will remain in his position for 2016 - Full Story


Man brandishing gun claims to be on way to Minn. protests before shooting

Five Black Lives Matter protesters were injured in the shooting.


Pa. trooper shot in shoulder during pursuit, fiery crash

State police say the suspected gunman and two others are in custody.

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