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Safariland unveils forensics apparel line

Safariland recently launched their Forensics Source apparel line for Crime Scene Investigators (CSI). Th... - Full Story


Wisc. police protecting kids from Internet crimes

By Stefanie Scott Milwaukee Journal SentinelMILWAUKEE, Wisc. — Nude pictures sent via e-mail, sexually... - Full Story


Husband-wife officer team nab shooting suspect

By Sean Maher Contra Costa TimesOAKLAND, Calif. — The two Oakland Housing Authority officers involved... - Full Story


Terror probe highlights police-Muslim tensions

By Rachel Zoll Associated PressNEW YORK — The arrest of a Queens imam who investigators had considered... - Full Story


CHP recommends charges against officer who killed couple in crash

By Jessica Terrell and Lou Ponsi Orange County RegisterLA HABRA, Calif. — After a five month investigation,... - Full Story


Four SWAT officers, suspect shot in N.J. raid

Four SWAT officers, suspect shot in N.J. raid

By Wayne Parry Associated PressLAKEWOOD, N.J. — A gunman opened fire early Thursday on a SWAT team... - Full Story


Concern over Detroit police handling of rape kits

BY Joe Swickard and Chris Christoff Detroit Free PressDETROIT — Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy... - Full Story


Ill. SWAT team ends 7-hour standoff at hospital

Ill. SWAT team ends 7-hour standoff at hospital

By Caryn Rosseau Associated PressCHICAGO — A gunman who fired one round inside a hospital before... - Full Story


Police nab suspect after Texas teacher killed at school

Associated PressDALLAS — A special-education teacher who had a passion for music was fatally stabbed... - Full Story


Getting to the unknown unknowns

Rumsfeld was right: sometimes you just don’t know what you don’t know. When you’ve hit an impasse in your investigation, step back a moment and think about the experts who might know a lot more than you do about one of the facets of the case. Dale Ferranto, Assistant Chief (Ret.), California Department of Justice tells PoliceOne about a case that illustrates this point exactly. - Full Story

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