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Officers stand across the South Central urban garden, Tuesday in South Los Angeles. Protesters demonstrated after sheriff's deputies evicted farmers from the 14-acre urban garden early morning Tuesday. (AP Photo/Stefano Paltera)
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Lt. Col. H.C. Davis, of the Virginia State Police, demonstrates upgrades to the Virginia Sex Offender registry at State Police Headquarters in Richmond, Va., Monday. Among the upgrades is a map that can pinpoint the locations of convicted sex offenders. (AP Photo/Steve Helber)
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Tactical officers look at a map of a high school during a terrorism drill in Grinnell, Iowa, Saturday. The drill simulated terrorists holding hostages in the school as well as other threats around the city simultaneously including the town's middle school, hospital and a convenience store. Visit the P1 Terrorism Prevention and Response section (AP Photo/Kevin Sanders)
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Officers monitor a hallway at a high school where a simulated hostage situation took place during a terrorism drill in Grinnell, Iowa, Saturday. The drill simulated terrorists holding hostages in the school as well as other threats around the city. Visit the P1 Terrorism Prevention and Response section (AP Photo/Kevin Sanders)
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Barre City Officer Jason Fleury monitors traffic at a construction zone on Interstate 89 in Bolton, Vt., Thursday. Police are working with the Transportation Agency to boost traffic enforcement now that the construction season is fully under way. Visit the P1 Traffic Enforcement, Highway Patrol section (AP Photo/Toby Talbot)

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