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May 30, 2013

3 police shootings occur day of Philly review request

The day its police commissioner said he is seeking a review of the department's use of deadly force, Philly police were involved in 3 shootings - Full Story
May 28, 2013

Seattle police acknowledge violating records act

The department agreed to pay $20,000 to the Seattle Times to avoid a lawsuit over withholding a report - Full Story
May 24, 2013

Judge won't let New Orleans out of police reform

Officials reached the agreement last year calling for sweeping changes in police practices and policies - Full Story
May 24, 2013

RI removes restrictions on arming campus cops

Was only state to prohibit practice; each public institution to set its own policies and practices regarding armed officers - Full Story
May 19, 2013

Funds went untapped for Camden police

Administrators said they couldn't financially support the department even as federal and state grants went unused - Full Story
May 17, 2013
Federal oversight of LAPD officially ends

Federal oversight of LAPD officially ends

"An example of how not to police a city, is now a national model" - Full Story
May 15, 2013

Police, lawmakers push for Blue Alert amid Police Week

Blue Alert would quickly notify the public when a search is on for a suspect who seriously injures or kills a law enforcement officer in the line of duty - Full Story
May 14, 2013

Crime in Philly down, officer-involved shootings up

Critics want more details of the rise in shootings; while police defend the ever-changing statistics - Full Story
May 14, 2013

Official at 'stop and frisk' trial: I never punished cops on quotas

Deputy Inspector Christopher McCormack is at the center of one of the biggest issues in the federal civil rights challenge of 'stop and frisk' - Full Story
May 14, 2013

Tougher drunken driving threshold weighed

A recommendation to reduce the current .08 blood alcohol content to .05 is being considered in an effort to decrease highway deaths - Full Story

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