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October 28, 2013

Md. speed cameras taken offline after certification lapse

Officials were forced to void more than 1,400 citations and take all 12 cameras out of service for more than a month - Full Story
October 26, 2013

Police union: Newtown worker fund is inadequate

One officer who responded to the Newtown shootings is too emotionally traumatized to work and faces possible termination - Full Story
October 24, 2013
Chicago mayor seeks hefty hike in budget for police OT

Chicago mayor seeks hefty hike in budget for police OT

The new spending blueprint anticipates $71 million in overtime for police next year - Full Story
October 22, 2013

Change made in early release policy after 7 inmates forge papers

The chief circuit judge signed an order Monday that prohibits judicial orders from being accepted at drop-off boxes - Full Story
October 15, 2013

NYPD Union sues over 'stop-and-frisk' law

PBA President Patrick Lynch says City Council "overstepped its authority" with the new law - Full Story
October 02, 2013

Dodgers donate to LAPD for body cameras

Dodgers and members of the team's ownership group announced a $250,000 donation - Full Story
September 29, 2013

LAPD rescinds controversial vehicle impound policy

The recent court ruling that struck down the impound rules "undermines the authority of the police department to regulate the conduct of its officers" - Full Story
September 23, 2013

State police, Nat. Guard may aid Chicago violence

Gov. Quinn said he was open to the idea, pending state police's full cooperation - Full Story
September 19, 2013

Dept. bans shooting range euthanizing, absorbs vet bills

Merced police changed their controversial policy for handling severely injured animals, which was to put them down by gunfire - Full Story
September 17, 2013

High OT bill leads Conn. agency to re-evaluate hiring

At issue are things including retirement rates, staffing minimums and shortages, and recruitment strategies/sources - Full Story



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