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January 07, 2014
Embattled LA Sheriff Lee Baca to retire

Embattled LA Sheriff Lee Baca to retire

The announcement came as the Sheriff's Department and its jails have been under increasing scrutiny - Full Story
January 07, 2014

Ga. public safety chief resigns over police staffing

The top public safety official resigned with acidic four-page letter, alleging that police staffing levels are dangerously low - Full Story
January 02, 2014
New NY police commissioner promises reforms

New NY police commissioner promises reforms

William Bratton has taken over the nation's largest police force - Full Story
December 30, 2013

Boston police, incoming mayor clash over AR-15 proposal

Mayor-elect Walsh believes the military-style weapons will not help to establish trust with residents - Full Story
December 27, 2013
Outgoing commish Ray Kelly reflects on job

Outgoing commish Ray Kelly reflects on job

Raymond Kelly puts credit for a record reduction in crime on the officers who patrol the city's streets - Full Story
December 07, 2013

Philly police post data on officer-involved shootings

The data is now up on the department's website, which went up in mid-November, for anyone to see - Full Story
December 06, 2013

Ohio PD reviews officers' driving after pedestrians hit

Two police cruisers struck pedestrians in crosswalks in the past two weeks - Full Story
December 05, 2013
Bratton selected as NYPD Commissioner again

Bratton selected as NYPD Commissioner again

Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio said Bratton is a "proven crime-fighter" who knows how to keep the city safe - Full Story
December 04, 2013

Ohio PD to stop responding to most security alarms

Akron police soon will no longer respond to security alarms until someone verifies that help is needed - Full Story
December 04, 2013

Chief asks to be paid in Bitcoin, city approves

State, federal taxes will still be taken out before salary is converted into electronic currency - Full Story

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