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Holder calls for better data on attacks against police, use of force

Attorney General Eric Holder called Thursday for better record-keeping, saying current efforts to compile the data are incomplete - Full Story

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Officer-involved shootings prompt array of bills in state legislatures

Officer-involved shootings prompt array of bills in state legislatures

Lawmakers are moving quickly with scores of bills ranging from increasing police training to putting tighter limits on using deadly force - Full Story

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Court: LAPD policy for impounding cars is OK

State court determined that a policy that makes it easier for unlicensed drivers to keep their cars instead of having them impounded after stops is lawful - Full Story

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Baltimore union blasts national leaders over lack of police support

Killing of 2 NY cops by man who started spree in Baltimore County prompted union on Sunday to denounce president and other leaders for a lack of support over the past few weeks - Full Story

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Oakland PD: We had no idea CHP officers dressed as protesters

Revelation highlights concerns about how authorities are cooperating as they deal with demonstrations - Full Story

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Tucson police to stop some immigration checks

Said Wednesday they will no longer fully enforce state's law that requires local police to check the immigration status of people they encounter - Full Story

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LA mayor plans 7K police body cameras in 2015

LA mayor plans 7K police body cameras in 2015

First wave of more than 800 cameras would roll out as early as January - Full Story

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'Hackathon' asks techies to aid Seattle police on sensitive-video issues

With police videos increasingly becoming subject to public disclosure, Seattle police are anxious to develop a fast — and inexpensive — way to go through a growing mountain of material and redact sensitive images - Full Story

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Tribes wary of selling pot, even if feds allow it

Tribes wary of selling pot, even if feds allow it

DOJ announced Thursday that Indian tribes, which are considered sovereign nations, can grow and sell pot on tribal lands - Full Story

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Cleveland mayor: Police brass not to blame for problems

Cleveland mayor: Police brass not to blame for problems

Mayor acknowledged there are problems within the police department but insisted that they aren't systemic - Full Story