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Merced Police update policy on euthanizing animals at shooting range

Merced police are following new guidelines when it comes to euthanizing injured animals that officers encounter out in the field.

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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

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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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Miami approved to hire 100 more officers

Meanwhile, dozens of officers and their families called for the restoration of salary and benefits - Full Story

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Police unions join fight against NYPD monitor

They took steps to appeal federal judge's decision on the department's stop and frisk policy, asking court to intervene - Full Story

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$500M in 'Google money' helps fund RI police

The agencies are entitled to the money because they helped a federal investigation into Google's distribution of ads for illegal prescription drug sales - Full Story

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9 dead in NJ city crime wave, boosting patrol

9 dead in NJ city crime wave, boosting patrol

The city will extend a summer deployment of increased police patrols in troubled neighborhoods, boost police overtime - Full Story

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NY judge: Justice expert to lead stop-frisk review

He and another monitor will create guidelines for the stop-and-frisk program based on input from town hall-style meetings in selected communities - Full Story

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Bike cop tired of being 'doored' looks to policy change

Since 2012, cars opening doors and hitting cyclists are no longer considered collisions and aren't counted - Full Story

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St. Louis takes control of PD from the state

The team is ready for the transition and city residents can expect no changes in patrols or staffing - Full Story



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