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Judge says NYPD stop-frisk violates rights

Judge says NYPD stop-frisk violates rights

A federal judge ruled in a stinging rebuke for what the mayor and police commissioner have defended as a life-saving - Full Story


Holder proposes changes in criminal justice system

Announcement is part of a comprehensive prison reform package which will also include alternatives to prison for non-violent offenders - Full Story


Fla. mayor to look at dispute involving cops, firefighters, and a career criminal

West Palm mayor to meet with police chief and state attorney following an incident in which a career criminal apparently threatened the lives of West Palm Beach officers - Full Story


NYPD 'stop-and-frisk' lawsuit settled

Under agreement, city will no longer store names, addresses of people whose cases are dismissed - Full Story


Newtown report expected to be released in fall

The announcement marks the latest delay in the timeline for the report on the Dec. 14 shootings - Full Story


Anti-union Gov. takes aim at Wis. police, fire

Despite past endorsements, Gov. Walker is looking to curb fire and police unions' collective bargaining powers - Full Story


State Rep: Chicago police should clean up image

Rep. Monique Davis says she is just repeating what she has been told when she says the community blames the police for some murders.


Rep: People believe Chicago cops "involved in murders"

Rep. Monique Davis says she is just repeating what she has been told when she says the community blames the police for some murders - Full Story


Ala. cop allegedly fired for speaking against quotas

Officer Justin Hanners is claiming he was fired from the Auburn Police Department in January because he spoke out against the police chief, who allegedly forced his officers to comply with ticket and arrest quotas.


Commish Kelly: ‘You can't police without' stop-and-frisk

As a federal court nears a decision over the legality of stop-and-frisk, Kelly is defending the policy that he says has made the difference in NY - Full Story

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