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July 12, 2010

Last-ditch effort to save Calif. cops' jobs

Oakland officials and union meet today in bid to avoid 80 layoffs - Full Story
June 22, 2010

Southern Calif. police grapple with budget cuts

By Rebecca Kimitch San Gabriel Valley TribuneEL MONTE, Calif. — It has been more than a year since... - Full Story
June 11, 2010

Old Detroit casino to become police headquarters

Current building plagued by water leaks, lead-based paint, vermin and roaches - Full Story
May 29, 2010

Calif. PD completing $1M station expansion

By Gail Wesson The Riverside Press EnterpriseWork is nearly finished on an addition to the San Jacinto... - Full Story
May 26, 2010
Chiefs voice concerns over Ariz. law

Chiefs voice concerns over Ariz. law

Top cops hold hourlong, closed-door meeting with Attorney General Eric Holder - Full Story
May 20, 2010

Oakland, Calif. may cut almost 200 cops

Police layoffs would be inevitable if police and fire unions don't give concessions, which city officials are in the midst of negotiating - Full Story
May 19, 2010

Ill. town gets grant to fight gangs

Wheeling PD has secured more than $90,000 in federal grant monies to help combat gang activity - Full Story
May 18, 2010

Cost-cutting measures effective at Mass. PD

Mass. Chief says she'd prefer her job to remain as "part time" in order to buy squad cars, hire cops, and increase training - Full Story
May 17, 2010
Immigration law divides cops across U.S.

Immigration law divides cops across U.S.

Several Arizona police chiefs and sheriffs say, as hard as officers try not to profile, enforcing the law will inevitably lead to it - Full Story
May 17, 2010
Kerik to begin federal prison term

Kerik to begin federal prison term

By Jim Fitzgerald Associated Press WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — Former New York City police Commissioner... - Full Story



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