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NYPD commissioner replacing key chiefs

Commissioner William Bratton continued to put his stamp on the department by ordering the reassignment the chiefs of the detective bureau and internal affairs - Full Story


Calif. police compliance director fired

Judge cited a lack of progress in completing a decade-old reform drive from official overseeing the Oakland Police Department - Full Story


Fla. sheriff's office may face mass exodus due to low pay

Employees got pay raises this year for the first time in five years — but sheriff says it's not enough of a bump to keep his deputies from fleeing to other agencies - Full Story


New Seattle union leader wants police treated fairly

"I know what it's like to be mistreated by this department. I know what it's like to feel like it's hopeless" - Full Story


BART critics call for disarmament, disbanding

In wake of accidental shooting death of officer, some in community ask why transit force is needed - Full Story


Minn. legislators take aim at police data collection

Top law enforcement officials argue that tying their hands on information-gathering could render their crime-fighting tools useless - Full Story


Calif. city once dubbed "murder-capital" to consider police outsourcing

City council is scheduled to discuss whether to seek contract proposals from law enforcement agencies interested in patrolling East Palo Alto's streets - Full Story


LA County names interim sheriff

Newly named Interim Sheriff John L. Scott said Tuesday that he would continue the momentum of reform in the beleaguered department - Full Story


New use-of-force policy tested by Seattle shootings

Policy calls for civilian-led internal affairs unit to be dispatched to the scene of every officer-involved shooting - Full Story


Ga. school police close to getting TASERs

School board of Glynn County has given green light to police chief to establish policy on use of devices for school officers - Full Story

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