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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
Mass arrests, stiff prison sentences often served with other gang members and other strategies that focus on law enforcement rather than intervention actually strengthen gang ties and further marginalize angry young men, according to the Justice Policy Institute, a Washington, D.C., think tank that advocates alternatives to incarceration. (AP Photo) Full Story
A black, four-door pickup truck belonging to David Munis, a military sharpshooter suspected of killing his estranged wife as she sang at a Cheyenne nightclub is taken to an impound yard north of Laramie, Wyo., Tuesday. The search for Munis, 36, focused on a canyon area north of Laramie where the pickup was spotted late Monday. (AP Photo/Laramie Boomerang, Andy Carpenean) Full Story
Supporters of immigration rights gather at a demonstration outside of the Waukegan City Council meeting in Waukegan, Ill., on Monday. Council members voted not to reconsider a resolution passed giving Waukegan police more control over immigration law enforcement. (AP Photo/Brian Kersey) Full Story
Police look over a body of a man who was killed by a member of Gov. Bill Ritter's security detail on the first floor of the Capitol in Denver on Monday, . The unidentified man declared that he was 'the emperor,' and that he was there to 'take over state government.' (AP Photo/Ed Andrieski) Full Story

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