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NYC officials: Major crime is down this year

Fewer than 100,000 reported major crimes for the first time in at least two decades - Full Story

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FBI: No civil rights violations in Calif. shooting of teen carrying replica AK-47

FBI: No civil rights violations in Calif. shooting of teen carrying replica AK-47

Found insufficient evidence to prove that the deputy willfully used excessive force resulting in boy's death - Full Story

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Expert says 'hit list' was written by Del. court gunman

Expert says 'hit list' was written by Del. court gunman

Documents were written by Thomas Matusiewicz, who killed two women before shooting at police and killing himself - Full Story

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Baltimore mayor: New riot gear before Freddie Gray verdict

Baltimore mayor: New riot gear before Freddie Gray verdict

Priority after April riots, when officers were not equipped with enough shields or body armor and 160 were injured - Full Story

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Man charged with robbing same NJ bank 5 years later

Months after he was released from prison for robbing a bank 5 years earlier, he was arrested for doing it again - Full Story

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Prosecutor offers deal to Ohio police supervisors

Prosecutor offers deal to Ohio police supervisors

Accused of failing to stop a pursuit that ended in a 137-shot barrage of gunfire and deaths of two people - Full Story

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Tenn. officer denies hosting gang party

Tenn. officer denies hosting gang party

Officer said that while gang members may have attended the party, no gang activity took place - Full Story

Columns

Why individual integrity is a fundamental value in police leaders John Vanek - Task Force Leadership

Why individual integrity is a fundamental value in police leaders

As our nation struggles with the current uneasy state of police-community relations, police officers — and police leaders — who can instill community trust through their personal integrity are valuable assets - Full Story

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3 advantages of becoming a values-based police agency Barry Reynolds - Leadership, Management, and Policing

3 advantages of becoming a values-based police agency

Many departments are migrating from a policy-driven organization to a values-based agency in which behaviors and actions are expected to comply with the organization’s mission and values - Full Story



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