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Hurt former cop fights for workers' insurance

In 2008, the officer was attacked by a 300-pound prisoner who he was transporting to the city jail - Full Story

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Fla. county considers merging police, firefighting to save money

Marion County examined the model used in Broward County, which placed firefighting under the control of its Sheriff's Office years ago - Full Story

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Calif. dept. names first female assistant chief

Former Chief Rob Davis had come under criticism for his all-white male command staff - Full Story

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Texas cop accused of sexual assault stays on duty

She says she awoke to find Officer Mark Munoz molesting her before passing out again - Full Story

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Chicago cops can test at 21, join force at 25

Striking a compromise after running into opposition to a plan to raise its minimum application age to 25 - Full Story

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Mass. cops settle contract, will get pay increase

New hires will not be offered the more expensive medical plan - Full Story

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Ga. PD receives state accreditation

Ga. PD receives state accreditation

The College Park police department began seeking designation eight years ago - Full Story

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Four Chicago cops stripped of arrest powers

Six officers were similarly treated early this month after sergeant was accused beating a handcuffed suspect - Full Story

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Wrongly jailed cop urged by chief to sue

"After everything he's been through, he has every right to sue, and I hope that he does it" - Full Story

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IACP 2010: FBI Director Robert Mueller talks terrorism, training, technology, and trust

Nine years ago, al Qaeda was our primary concern. Now we also face a growing threat from al Qaeda affiliates - Full Story



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