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Ore. city mulls volunteer CSIs

The Josephine County Sheriff's Office is understaffed and desperate for help, so they're mulling whether to turn to local volunteers to help process crime scenes - Full Story

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Conn. police look to fill 100 vacancies

Vacancies in the New Haven Police Department have caused the city to rely more heavily on overtime - Full Story

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LA County sheriff candidates discuss LEO 'cliques,' tattoos

At Sunday's debate, retired undersheriff Paul Tanaka admitted to having a tattoo from the Lynwood Vikings clique. When deputies first started acquiring ink in the 1980s, the tattoos were just that — tattoos - Full Story

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Violence-plagued Calif. city gets 47 new cops

Nearly four dozen new police officers will soon start walking their beats on the Oakland streets, as the California city's embattled department welcomes its largest-ever class of recruits - Full Story

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Oakland PD reformer waste of resources, officials say

While some city leaders believe Oakland is only a year away from meeting its goals, others are concerned the city is stuck in a hopeless, expensive, bureaucratic grind that takes valuable resources away from crime fighting - Full Story

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Mayor asks DOJ to help with NM police force

Mayor asks DOJ to help with NM police force

Albuquerque Mayor Richard Berry on Wednesday requested the Justice Department to step in and help the city overhaul its troubled police force - Full Story

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Mayor: NYPD morale on rebound under new leadership

Mayor: NYPD morale on rebound under new leadership

Morale in the NYPD is improving under the leadership of Commissioner William Bratton as it shifts from what mayor called a "broken" stop-and-frisk policy - Full Story

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NYPD on guard as Passover approaches

NYPD intelligence officials told Jewish community leaders that last year's Boston bombing shows that people inspired by al-Qaida are capable of operating under law enforcement's radar - Full Story

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Cops resolve complaints with citizens face-to-face through Mo. program

St. Louis police are running a pilot program aimed at resolving bitter but relatively minor conflicts between citizens and officers - Full Story

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'Structured patrols' bring NY cops closer to community

Superintendent says he'd been thinking about adding a walking beat to the arsenal of new community policing tactics he's rolled out - Full Story



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