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November 01, 2010
Ga. PD receives state accreditation

Ga. PD receives state accreditation

The College Park police department began seeking designation eight years ago - Full Story
October 29, 2010

Four Chicago cops stripped of arrest powers

Six officers were similarly treated early this month after sergeant was accused beating a handcuffed suspect - Full Story
October 27, 2010

Wrongly jailed cop urged by chief to sue

"After everything he's been through, he has every right to sue, and I hope that he does it" - Full Story
October 25, 2010

IACP 2010: FBI Director Robert Mueller talks terrorism, training, technology, and trust

Nine years ago, al Qaeda was our primary concern. Now we also face a growing threat from al Qaeda affiliates - Full Story
September 15, 2010

Hidden camera in Pa. police station stuns chief

The camera had been installed in the station on Summit Street unbeknownst to most Darby cops, including Chief Bob Smythe - Full Story
August 19, 2010

Rapid recruiting boosts Atlanta PD ranks

Department grows as economy lags — mayor says hiring will continue - Full Story
August 08, 2010

Tenn. cop files suit against city, PD

Red Bank, a town of under 12,000 people and coffers holding just $5.1 million, now faces three major lawsuits asking for a combined $13 million in damages - Full Story
July 22, 2010
Chicago politician wants cops to work on days off

Chicago politician wants cops to work on days off

A powerful Chicago alderman wants the city's mayor to 'hire back' officers to combat the city's gang problem - Full Story
July 18, 2010

Philly will share arrest data with ICE officials, but not victims and witnesses

By Michael Matza The Philadelphia InquirerPhiladelphia's agreement to share arrest data with federal... - Full Story
July 14, 2010

Oakland lays off 80 officers

Police union rejects city's counteroffers on pension contributions and job guarantees - Full Story



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