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April 25, 2011
Patrolling the sidewalks of San Francisco

Patrolling the sidewalks of San Francisco

A year ago, San Francisco proposed a controversial law that would ban sitting or lying on sidewalks for extended periods of time. Cops are now enforcing that law, which carries with it some complex patrol issues.
'Unfairly targets homeless'
April 16, 2011
Squad windows: Open or shut?

Squad windows: Open or shut?

What if you were told that your department was now hiring officers who had almost no sense of smell and as much as eighty percent hearing loss? You'd be shocked, right? But are you using all your senses? (AP Image)
March 31, 2011
Ala. arrest video stirs controversy

Ala. arrest video stirs controversy

A man who had allegedly taken keys from an "unmarked car" was walking away from police with his hands raised when the undercover officers made contact from behind. Stolen gun found



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