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Ill. bans police ticket quotas

Law prevents departments from assigning an officer a specific amount of citations to issue and also stops them from comparing officers based on tickets - Full Story

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New gun control bills introduced in response to Calif. massacre

Officers investigating allegations that a person may be a danger to himself or others would be required to first check a state database to determine whether the person owns firearms - Full Story

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NY assigns town officials cars with sirens, lights

The lights and sirens allow the 16 officials to quickly respond to events "to assess imminent threats to the public" - Full Story

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NY bill would require top cops to have college degrees

Suffolk County Police Department calls bill "unnecessary" - Full Story

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Task force to aid NYC's mentally ill inmates

Task force to aid NYC's mentally ill inmates

Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a new task force Monday to overhaul how NYC's corrections system treats the mentally ill - Full Story

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Family of Ga. toddler burned in raid want federal review

Family of Ga. toddler burned in raid want federal review

Habersham County District Attorney Brian Rickman said his office is investigating to determine whether any officers will face criminal charges - Full Story

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Ohio PD to cops: Don't enter burning buildings

Police officers were issued a new training bulletin Friday, ordering them not to enter a building that’s on fire to rescue people inside.

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Ohio PD to cops: Don't enter burning buildings

Police officers were issued a new training bulletin Friday, ordering them not to enter a building that’s on fire to rescue people inside - Full Story

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UCSB rampage shows gaps in mental health law

UCSB rampage shows gaps in mental health law

Shootings has tragically exposed the limitations of involuntary-commitment laws that allow authorities to temporarily confine people - Full Story

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Seattle police file lawsuit, say force policies unconstitutional

Dozens of Seattle police officers have filed a federal civil rights complaint against city and federal officials, saying use-of-force polices are restricting their constitutional rights to protect themselves.