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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.


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


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


Miami approved to hire 100 more officers

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


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


$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


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


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


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


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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