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Kentucky cops stay safe with new mobile app

Changing light bars and signals remotely helps keep La Grange officers on the scene, not in their cars - Full Story


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


Ohio PD reviews officers' driving after pedestrians hit

Two police cruisers struck pedestrians in crosswalks in the past two weeks - Full Story


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


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


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


Baltimore commish: Focus on gangs, guns,violent offenders

Commissioner Anthony W. Batts wants to stop sending officers out on low-priority 911 calls - Full Story


NYPD Union feuds over search of beaten cop's car

Police are demanding the IAB chief treated the officer 'like a suspect' and interrogated his wife - Full Story


FBI: Federal cuts could affect investigations in New England

Officials say that Boston-area operations could be affected by budget cuts under federal sequestration - Full Story


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

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