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January 06, 2011

Do NYPD cops feel pressure to downgrade crimes?

The department has appointed a panel to do a six-month study on how they track crime - Full Story
January 04, 2011

Top 4 Chicago mayor candidates want new police chief

Rahm Emanuel said that if he's elected, he wants a "fresh start," which would mean selecting a new police superintendent - Full Story
January 03, 2011

Pa. cop may finally get health coverage

Second injury was ruled unrelated to police work so he was denied benefits, including coverage for his wife and kids - Full Story
December 15, 2010

Committee: Use cops to staff new Los Angeles jail

A city panel signed off Monday on a plan to reassign 83 LAPD officers to work as jailers at new Metropolitan Detention Center - Full Story
December 14, 2010

NJ discusses help for soon-decimated Camden police

Among possibilities being considered are deploying officers from the Camden County Sheriff's Office and the Park Police to supplement city patrols - Full Story
December 11, 2010

Calif. cops to give up $1 million in benefits

Concessions could stave off layoffs and save the department 16 jobs - Full Story
December 09, 2010
Video: Discrimination in kissing cop case?

Video: Discrimination in kissing cop case?

The dash-cam video shows the female officer caressing and kissing the chief while a suspect sleeps in the back - Full Story
December 04, 2010

Hurt former cop fights for workers' insurance

In 2008, the officer was attacked by a 300-pound prisoner who he was transporting to the city jail - Full Story
December 01, 2010

NJ city layoff plan cuts police force by half

The elimination of 180 positions from the force means more bad news for Camden, which has already seen 37 homicides this year - Full Story
November 29, 2010

Suit alleges stop-and-frisk unfairly targets minorities

The debate is heating up in Philadelphia, where police embraced an aggressive stop-and-frisk policy in response to rising gun violence - Full Story



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