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A small box housing a gunshot sensor can be seen mounted near the top of a light pole in East Orange, N.J., Friday. Residents were sick of the constant sound of gunfire and crime. Then city police started to reclaim the neighborhood. They hung cameras and gunshot sensors on utility poles, like those used to weed out snipers in the Middle East. (AP Photo/Mel Evans) Full story
Members of the 57th academy of the Oklahoma Highway Patrol take their oaths of office during their graduation ceremony in Oklahoma City on Friday. (AP Photo) Full story
Family and friends attend the burial of slain New York police officer Russel Timoshenko Thursday, in the Staten Island borough of New York. Timoshenko died five days after he was shot in the face while pulling over a stolen vehicle, and was posthumously promoted to detective. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II) Full Story
Baltimore's acting Police Commissioner Fred Bealefeld, right, with Mayor Sheila Dixon, speaks during a news conference at Baltimore's City Hall Thursday, after Dixon requested and received the resignation of Baltimore City Police Commissioner Leonard Hamm. (AP Photo/ Steve Ruark) Full Story
New York City Police Officer Ryan Jackson, left, talks with Juan Manuel de Dios, right, about becoming a police officer while Noelia de Dios looks on in New York, Wednesday. The NYPD is seeing unparalleled recruiting efforts and demographic shifts that have made the 35,000-officer New York Police Department, the nation's largest, also its most internationally diverse. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig) Full story

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