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Pa. State Police says bulletins caused headaches

Gov. Ed Rendell has publicly apologized for monitoring that included reporting on the activities of political activists and others - Full Story

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Redesign of Atlanta PD quickens call response

The police budget includes 12 new vehicles, 60 additional officers, and more beats throughout the city's six police zones - Full Story

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Detroit interim police chief's job made permanent

Detroit interim police chief's job made permanent

After a 60-day search the city's mayor has decided to appoint Chief Ralph Godbee as Detroit's permanent police chief - Full Story

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ACLU sues over NJ accused rogue officers

The union says it is seeking unspecified monetary damages and "systemic reforms" of the management of the Police Department to prevent similar problems in the future - Full Story

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Hidden camera in Pa. police station stuns chief

The camera had been installed in the station on Summit Street unbeknownst to most Darby cops, including Chief Bob Smythe - Full Story

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Top Chicago cop rips his critics, defends role

Police Supt. Jody Weis wants no part of "business as usual" - Full Story

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Feds aim civil rights probe at Calif. town

Suburban town outside of Los Angeles is already embroiled in scandal over salaries - Full Story

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Chicago police 'cannot wait' for Supt. to depart

While officers call for a real leader, the mayor defends the career FBI agent he hired in 2008 to restore public trust in a Police Department shaken by allegations of brutality and scandal - Full Story

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ACLU petitions for oversight of Newark police

The Newark police director said he was dismayed that the ACLU abandoned what he called a fruitful partnership and accused the group of taking the complaint numbers out of context - Full Story

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Ex-sheriff to advise Va. cops on booking inmates

Retired Virginia Beach Sheriff Paul Lanteigne will be paid up to $7,000 for up to 87.5 hours of work during a three-month period - Full Story



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