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NM Sgt. faces domestic violence charge

Taos law enforcer on leave after allegedly kicking wife — woman fell and hit her head on concrete - Full Story


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


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


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


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


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


Oakland lays off 80 officers

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


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


Last-ditch effort to save Calif. cops' jobs

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


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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