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7 reasons why eCitations are better than paper Tim Dees - Police Tech & Gear

7 reasons why eCitations are better than paper

The eCitation Coalition is advancing the cause of electronic traffic tickets - Full Story

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Mo. appeals judge appointed to take over Ferguson court

Mo. appeals judge appointed to take over Ferguson court

Judge has been appointed to make "needed reforms" in Ferguson's municipal court system, which was sharply criticized in a recent DOJ report - Full Story

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Mo. public safety director resigns 6 months into job

Mo. public safety director resigns 6 months into job

Appointed amid fallout from the fatal shooting of Michael Brown, Missouri's public safety director announced plans to resign Wednesday - Full Story

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NYC prosecutor eyed for US attorney general

NYC prosecutor eyed for US attorney general

She's an under-the-radar contender to become the first black woman to head the Justice Department - Full Story

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ACLU lawyer given Justice Dept. civil rights post

An American Civil Liberties Union attorney was named Wednesday to be the acting head of the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division - Full Story

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Mo. gov's Ferguson response widely criticized

Public records show that Gov. Jay Nixon received thousands of phone calls and hundreds of emails, letters and faxes from people throughout Mo. and the world in the weeks after the Aug. 9 shooting - Full Story

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White House: Holder resigning as attorney general

White House: Holder resigning as attorney general

Plans to remain at the Justice Department until his successor was in place - Full Story

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Ferguson city council plans reforms

Plans to establish a review board to help guide the police department and make other changes aimed at improving community relations - Full Story

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Mo. governor names new public safety director

Appointment comes after criticism both for the lack of racial diversity among department leaders and for the state's response to protesters and looters - Full Story

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Following Ferguson, a body camera on every officer?

Following Ferguson, a body camera on every officer?

It has been my belief for some time that on-officer cameras will one day be mandatory, standard equipment for the vast majority of departments in the United States. - Full Story



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