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Oakland PD strikes pension deal, could avoid more layoffs

If voters pass the ballot measure, the Oakland City Council has agreed to lay off no officers for three years - Full Story

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Tenn. cop files suit against city, PD

Red Bank, a town of under 12,000 people and coffers holding just $5.1 million, now faces three major lawsuits asking for a combined $13 million in damages - Full Story

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Calif. chief accused of crime-scene drunkenness

A memo says the Calif. police chief contaminated a crime scene by stepping in blood and placing his coffee cup near unprocessed evidence - Full Story

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Chicago politician wants cops to work on days off

Chicago politician wants cops to work on days off

A powerful Chicago alderman wants the city's mayor to 'hire back' officers to combat the city's gang problem - Full Story

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Philly will share arrest data with ICE officials, but not victims and witnesses

By Michael Matza The Philadelphia InquirerPhiladelphia's agreement to share arrest data with federal... - Full Story

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Oakland lays off 80 officers

Police union rejects city's counteroffers on pension contributions and job guarantees - Full Story

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Oakland police layoff talks go into overtime

80 of the city's 776 officers could be laid off at 5 p.m. today - Full Story

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Last-ditch effort to save Calif. cops' jobs

Oakland officials and union meet today in bid to avoid 80 layoffs - Full Story

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Leaders cannot quit when dealing with quitters Dr. June Rogers, WIFLE
Women in Federal Law Enforcement
- Women in Policing

Leaders cannot quit when dealing with quitters

Embarrassment that a quitter is in the ranks is one thing, but as a law enforcement executive, just noticing is not good enough - Full Story

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Calif. PD facing layoffs of 150 officers

Oakland had the sixth-highest violent crime rate in the country in 2009 and the highest in California, according to preliminary FBI statistics - Full Story



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