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August 29, 2012

Chicago mayor addresses uptick in gun violence

46 people shot over last weekend; Emanuel says bulk were 'isolated' in one district - Full Story
August 18, 2012
FBI head Janice K. Fedarcyk set to retire

FBI head Janice K. Fedarcyk set to retire

She led an international team that in March arrested one of the world's most wanted computer hackers - Full Story
August 05, 2012

Tenn. police choppers grounded, unused

The Memphis (Tenn.) aviation unit's budget has hovered around $550,000 a year, but during two years which have included grounded birds, little more than half of the funds were actually spent - Full Story
August 03, 2012

Chicago's top cop hails decline in murder rate

Police Supt. Garry McCarthy said his strategies are beginning to drive down shootings and slayings - Full Story
August 03, 2012

Auditor slams OPD on oversight of technology systems

City Auditor Courtney Ruby said, "The bottom line is that the Oakland Police Department has mismanaged technology for years and citizens have a right to be outraged." - Full Story
August 02, 2012

Cops justified in killing knife-wielding grandma

A day after the shooting inside a Buffalo home, Police Commissioner Daniel Derenda told reporters the incident "became a life or death situation for the officers" - Full Story
August 02, 2012

Immigrants prove big business for prison firms

In 2011, nearly half the beds in the nation's civil detention system were in private facilities, up from just 10 percent a decade ago - Full Story
July 23, 2012

Court overtime questioned for Boston officers

Supervisors have authority to order officers to court even when not requested by DA's office - Full Story
July 06, 2012

Ill. sheriff's son granted access to confidential LE database

LEADS is central system used by officers to obtain and share LE-sensitive information - Full Story
July 02, 2012

Small towns adjusting to life without police depts.

Many cutting law enforcement to save money, often say they have no choice - Full Story

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