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October 19, 2010

NJ police layoffs bring sadness and chaos

As many as 180 officers could lose their jobs if the city cannot negotiate concessions in contracts to help plug a $28 million budget deficit - Full Story
October 14, 2010

NY: $1 billion in police settlements in last decade

Taxpayers foot the bill — New York officials say the payments cost less than insurance would, and officers don't usually bear personal responsibility - Full Story
October 13, 2010

Mayor: Chicago gets 200 cops, needs 10,000

The two new classes will not be enough to keep pace with the natural rate of attrition - Full Story
October 12, 2010

Ill. to hire up to 200 more cops next year

A two-year hiring slowdown has left the Chicago Police Department more than 2,300 officers a day short of authorized strength - Full Story
October 06, 2010

Budget knife falls on police training

Departments aren't just cutting back on the number of officers; they're also eliminating basic training programs - Full Story
October 04, 2010

Chicago eliminates controversial post-shooting statements

Critics say the conclusion of the statements almost always determined that the shooting was justified - Full Story
September 28, 2010

Pa. State Police says bulletins caused headaches

Gov. Ed Rendell has publicly apologized for monitoring that included reporting on the activities of political activists and others - Full Story
September 24, 2010

Redesign of Atlanta PD quickens call response

The police budget includes 12 new vehicles, 60 additional officers, and more beats throughout the city's six police zones - Full Story
September 21, 2010
Detroit interim police chief's job made permanent

Detroit interim police chief's job made permanent

After a 60-day search the city's mayor has decided to appoint Chief Ralph Godbee as Detroit's permanent police chief - Full Story
September 17, 2010

ACLU sues over NJ accused rogue officers

The union says it is seeking unspecified monetary damages and "systemic reforms" of the management of the Police Department to prevent similar problems in the future - Full Story



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