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Police: NM suspect tries to escape via ceiling tiles

Woman suspected of stealing a vehicle tried to escape from custody by climbing through ceiling tiles at a hospital where she was being treated - Full Story

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Relatives of slain Colo. woman sue over 911 response

Relatives of a woman who was found fatally beaten more than six hours after a neighbor first called 911 are suing Denver and some of its dispatchers - Full Story

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Man's request for body cams has Wash. PDs rethinking use

This foot pursuit is one of many body camera record requests posted on a YouTube channel by the man who requested them.

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Man's request for body cams has Wash. PDs rethinking use

Person filed a public records request for all available footage, a task one PD says will take years to complete - Full Story

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Ariz. unions demand change after ex-officer with PTSD commits suicide

Officer Craig Tiger died after suffering with PTSD after a fatal 2012 shooting.

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Ariz. unions demand change after ex-officer with PTSD commits suicide

Officer Craig Tiger died after suffering with PTSD after a fatal 2012 shooting - Full Story

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Better strategies sought to curb domestic violence

Better strategies sought to curb domestic violence

Two programs target different audiences, but in the realm of domestic-violence prevention, they share a status as two of the nation's most promising - Full Story

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Atlantic City could cut number of police

Recommendation calls for reducing the police department from 330 uniformed employees to 285 - Full Story

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LAPD survey finds complaints about discipline bias

Survey of 500 LAPD employees found widespread concerns among officers and civilians that the department's internal discipline system is deeply flawed - Full Story

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Officer wore camera during Utah man's shooting, wasn't on

Chief said the officer was new and was focusing on incident, didn't think to turn the camera on - Full Story



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