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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

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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

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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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Study: Nearly half of black men arrested by age 23

Study: Nearly half of black men arrested by age 23

Nationwide look at Bureau of Labor Statistics survey results leads one study author to call for more nuanced treatment of offenders - Full Story

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The hidden hazards of MRAPs

The hidden hazards of MRAPs

Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles — now being acquired as surplus equipment by police agencies under states’ 1033 programs — have a high center of gravity, making them prone to topple. - Full Story

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LASD Sheriff Lee Baca says he will support creation of oversight commission

Sheriff Lee Baca announced he will support the creation of an oversight commission in the wake of a recent investigation into corruption in the LA County Sheriff's Department.

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Embattled LA Sheriff Lee Baca to retire

Embattled LA Sheriff Lee Baca to retire

The announcement came as the Sheriff's Department and its jails have been under increasing scrutiny - Full Story

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Ga. public safety chief resigns over police staffing

The top public safety official resigned with acidic four-page letter, alleging that police staffing levels are dangerously low - Full Story

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New NY police commissioner promises reforms

New NY police commissioner promises reforms

William Bratton has taken over the nation's largest police force - Full Story

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Boston police, incoming mayor clash over AR-15 proposal

Mayor-elect Walsh believes the military-style weapons will not help to establish trust with residents - Full Story



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