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July 07, 2014

308 Memphis cops call in sick in 'blue flu' protest

Move comes in protest to a recent City Council vote that will reduce health care subsidies for current and retired city employees.
July 03, 2014

Armed store owner foils Calif. teen's robbery

The attempted armed robbery Tuesday afternoon at Joyeria Marlenes jewelry store in southeast Fresno was foiled when the store owner chased away the boys with a shotgun.
July 03, 2014

Ind. police release video of confrontation between cop, paraplegic

Dash cam video has been released of an October 2013 incident between an officer and paraplegic man.
July 03, 2014

Reality Training: Conducting a sobriety test on a belligerent subject

For the week of July 4, Dave Smith reviews a field sobriety test and reminds officers to be aware of both your own safety and the safety of the subject when conducting a field sobriety test.
June 30, 2014

Video of police arresting ASU professor goes viral

A struggle ensued when the professor refused to show her ID or comply with any of the officer's requests.
June 25, 2014

Miami-Dade budget cuts could eliminate 450 police jobs

Miami-Dade County would pare down its narcotics unit, dismiss investigators working robbery cases and close a boot camp for young convicts.
June 24, 2014

Green Bay's 'skateboard cop' makes traffic stop while riding

A ten year veteran of the force — “Skateboard Cop” — is happy to be out of the patrol car.
June 23, 2014

Police consider safety, security as hobby drone use increases

Drone use is becoming an issue as the unmanned aircraft become more popular, especially as a way for hobbyists to create videos.
June 23, 2014

Former RCMP officer invents marijuana breathalyzer

A former British Columbia RCMP officer has co-invented a marijuana breathalyzer he hopes will eventually be used to catch intoxicated motorists.



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