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Miami police union challenges chief's gun ban

Miami's police chief banned officers from carrying guns into City Hall - Full Story

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Police, firefighters clash over right to administer Narcan

Buffalo firefighters believe they have the exclusive right to administer Narcan, a lifesaving antidote to forestall the effects of heroin and prescription painkiller overdoses - Full Story

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FCC: Thousands of hotels don't offer direct 911

The killing of Kari Hunt Dunn spurred a petition that has garnered more than 440,000 signatures demanding hotels and motels be required to enable the direct dialing of 911 - Full Story

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Okla. adds controversial option to execution protocol

Okla. has revised its procedures to include the same two-drug mixture that left an Ohio inmate making gasp-like sounds as his lethal injection was carried out - Full Story

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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

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Officers at odds over law that allows undercover sex with prostitutes

Officers at odds over law that allows undercover sex with prostitutes

Hawaii authorities say they need the legal protection to catch lawbreakers in the act - Full Story

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Appeal filed in suit over NYPD spying on Muslims

U.S. District Judge William Martini ruled last month that the NYPD's activities were part of a lawful effort to prevent terrorism - Full Story

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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

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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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Conn. approves PTSD proposal for responders

EMS, police, and firefighters will be able to file claims for mental-health counseling following a post-traumatic stress diagnosis - Full Story