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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


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


'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


New watchdog named to oversee NYPD

The de Blasio administration Friday named the city's first-ever inspector general to oversee the police department - Full Story


Texas council OKs incentive pay for police cadets

Houston is losing ground in a competition to find qualified recruits, due to lower pay than what is offered by other major cities and significant changes in retirement benefits - Full Story


No bias found against transgender Conn. cop

Officer Francesca Quaranta has alleged that she began to face hostility from some officers, and the treatment became so bad she went on paid leave - Full Story


NYPD commissioner: Station houses 'are a disgrace'

Commissioner William Bratton said officers are working out of ghastly precinct buildings and that it would cost an astronomical amount of money to fix them - Full Story


NM official defends changes to use of force training

The new curriculum — released last Monday after pressure from community members and the media — shows that the firearms training block was cut by 11 hours - Full Story


NC sheriffs debate over firings in writing

NC Sheriff David Carpenter said he would continue the tradition of firing employees orally, declining to create written documents to satisfy public requests - Full Story


Bill that would criminalize false complaints against cops stalled

The bill, titled "filing false complaints against a law enforcement officer," was introduced in February by the Committee on Corrections and Juvenile Justice - Full Story

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