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Dallas sergeant denies booting cop from off-duty job over refusal to join association

Sgt. Cletus Judge, president of the Black Police Association of Greater Dallas, said he welcomes an internal investigation of the allegations - Full Story

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Baltimore bill passes, nearly 3K officers to wear body cams

City Council overwhelmingly voted Monday to require all officers to wear body cameras — despite arguments from mayor's office the bill is illegal - Full Story

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PlateSmart enhances their software-only LPR solution

PlateSmart LPR supports state jurisdiction recognition for all 50 U.S. states as well as plates worldwide.

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Notorious hacktivist shares methods, motives

Notorious hacktivist shares methods, motives

A hacktivist for more than a decade, Jeremy Hammond, 29, was arrested in 2012 after penetrating the U.S.-based security think tank Stratfor - Full Story

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Ohio police seeing benefits of body-worn cameras

"This camera's gonna save you. It's not gonna hurt you" - Full Story

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NYPD to stop many small-time marijuana arrests

Thousands of people carrying small amounts of marijuana may no longer be arrested or face criminal charges, city officials announced Monday - Full Story

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LAPD reviewing use of helicopters following fundraising event

LAPD has launched an investigation into the department's participation in an Oct. 27 fundraiser as well as other events - Full Story

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Twins now sheriffs in 2 Wash. counties

Twins now sheriffs in 2 Wash. counties

Things could get confusing when people talk about Sheriff Snaza in southwest Washington - Full Story

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R12 rugged tablet designed with cops' workflow in mind

The R12 tablet debuted a new platform and ergonomic design that can transition from the field to the squad to the station with ease.

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R12 rugged tablet designed with cops' workflow in mind Loraine Burger - Perspectives on Policing

R12 rugged tablet designed with cops' workflow in mind

The R12 tablet debuted a new platform and ergonomic design that can transition from the field to the squad to the station with ease - Full Story



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