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May 01, 2011

Chicago top-cop job narrowed to three

The top three are Newark Police Chief Garry McCarthy; national drug czar R. Gil Kerlikowske and Chicago's deputy chief of detectives Al Wysinger - Full Story
April 28, 2011

Pension fund chief defends Tenn. police plan

"Without assured retirement benefits, the city will have a tougher time recruiting and keeping qualified officers" - Full Story
April 28, 2011
The road ahead for San Francisco's new Chief

The road ahead for San Francisco's new Chief

Greg Suhr takes over as the "culture" of the department is being heavily questioned - Full Story
April 28, 2011

106 San Jose cops get layoff notices

Another 20 cops learned they may soon be demoted in potentially the worst cutback in the city's history - Full Story
April 27, 2011

Merge of police and fire sparks labor fights

“If I wanted to be a police officer, I would have gone to the police academy,” one firefighter said of the move - Full Story
April 26, 2011

Tech used to fill void after officer cuts

"Technology can never fully replace an officer," one chief said, but it can help dwindling departments appear larger - Full Story
April 22, 2011

SF mayor wants pension reform, not cop cuts

He says pensions account for one-third of the deficit, so to it must be done to avoid cutting 171 San Francisco cops - Full Story
April 21, 2011

ACLU questions Mich. police cell-phone scans

There has been no indication that Michigan Police have ever used these devices in any way that violates civil rights - Full Story
April 20, 2011

Video: Utah mayor takes on police dog

The city's police force, which has no dogs, wants the Council to pay for two K-9s, so they had the mayor dress in a bite suit for a demonstration - Full Story
April 17, 2011

Police staffing heats up Dallas mayoral race

One candidate says if the department shrinks a little, the gap can be bridged by overtime - Full Story



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