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New home for Atlanta police

By Tim Eberly The Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionATLANTA — Construction workers don't confuse Atlanta... - Full Story

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LE impersonators flash badges, fool victims

Reated articles: Officials advise public on criminals posing as cops, Protecting the public from LE impersonatorsBy... - Full Story

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Denver police deadly-force guidelines praised

By Jeff Kass Rocky Mountain NewsDENVER — Denver police guidelines on the use of deadly force are... - Full Story

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Colo. chief wants anti-taunting law

Chief asks for change to officer obstruction ordinanceBy Amy Bounds The Daily CameraLAFAYETTE, Colo.... - Full Story

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Ill. cops enforce law protecting first responders

Enforcement picks up for 2002 law meant to protect police officers, Minuteman road-assistance trucks... - Full Story

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Indy officer shows signs of improvement

Related article: Indy officer shot serving warrantBy Jon Murray The Indianapolis StarINDIANAPOLIS —... - Full Story

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Police cruisers collide, 2 Mass. officers injured

By Erin Ailworth and John M. Guilfoil The Boston GlobeLYNN, Mass. — Two Lynn police officers were... - Full Story

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Union files grievance over Buffalo's take-home vehicle policy

By Brian Meyer Buffalo NewsBUFFALO — Buffalo's police union is fighting Mayor Byron W. Brown's... - Full Story

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Chief champions new armor he helped to develop

By Barbara Giasone The Orange County RegisterFULLERTON, Calif. — When the Police Department started... - Full Story

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Mass. police tell residents: "You're our eyes"

By Peter Goonan The Republican SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — Police Sgt. John M. Delaney told residents... - Full Story



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