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NYPD to test body-worn cameras

Department announced Thursday it's launching a pilot program to test 60 cameras worn by officers, becoming the latest and largest police department in the country to accept the technology - Full Story

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Rules for body cameras worn by Wash. PD in flux

"The Department has an opportunity to be a leader for the state by creating strong, privacy-protecting policies for body cameras" - Full Story

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NYPD commissioner 'strongly supports' body cameras

Police Commissioner Bill Bratton said Thursday the department is "actively looking" at equipping officers with body-worn cameras - Full Story

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Seattle cops say city 'playing politics' with their lives

Seattle cops say city 'playing politics' with their lives

Officers assert that high-level city, police and union officials privately agree that the court-ordered use-of-force changes put them and public in danger - Full Story

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Mo. governor names new public safety director

Appointment comes after criticism both for the lack of racial diversity among department leaders and for the state's response to protesters and looters - Full Story

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Judge lifts federal oversight of Detroit police

Federal judge Monday morning ended an 11-year-old agreement that kept a federal monitor watching over the Detroit Police Department - Full Story

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Officials: White House reviewing police military surplus program

The examination comes in the aftermath of the police response to unrest in Ferguson, Missouri - Full Story

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Ariz. cop reinstated after demotion over 'sexting'

Ariz. cop reinstated after demotion over 'sexting'

Officer was demoted after she took sexually explicit videos and sent them on her cellphone to a subordinate officer - Full Story

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Los Angeles schools decriminalize discipline

Los Angeles schools decriminalize discipline

Under the new policy, police officers at Los Angeles Unified School District won't arrest or cite students for low-level offenses - Full Story

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Pregnant Ky. cop told to do field work or no pay

Officer Lyndi Trischler, who's been patrolling the streets of Florence, Kentucky, for the last 2.5 years, is 7.5 months pregnant.