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Crime up in Camden since massive layoffs

New Jersey's most crime-ridden city has become even worse since nearly half the police force was laid off - Full Story

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SF captains unhappy at not getting interviews for chief position

"We can only interview so many people," said the president of the police commission. "This isn't a popularity contest" - Full Story

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Atlanta trooper's death raises questions about high case-dismissal rate

A man who shot an officer walked out of court days earlier in a car-break-in case because the arresting officer failed to testify in court - Full Story

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New Calif. chief sworn in by department watchdog

Former judge had a rocky relationship with the Chief's predecessor - Full Story

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Accused impersonator tries to buy troopers association's naming rights

The trooper who seized the man's camera found his attire (fire helmet) and vehicle (converted ambulance with "1st Responder News" on the side) to be misleading - Full Story

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Calif. department makes cuts, not union concessions

Police union remains Fremont's only union not to come to terms with the city on a 2 percent pay reduction this fiscal year - Full Story

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NYPD must give shot-citizens data to NYCLU

The judge said the NYPD's stance flew in the face of the Freedom of Information law, and ordered the reports be released - Full Story

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$298M moved from NASA to local police

"I want to go see Mars, too, but I'd much rather have cops on the streets of Brooklyn and Queens," one US Rep said - Full Story

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Calif. city warns of 349 officer layoff

It would slash close to a quarter of San Jose's public safety employees - Full Story



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