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Video: Wis. OIS footage released, critics protest prosecutor's decision

On Wednesday morning, protesters began gathering outside of the apartment house where the shooting happened - Full Story

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Prosecutor: No charges against Wis. officer

Prosecutor: No charges against Wis. officer

Won't face criminal charges for fatally shooting man whom witnesses say was acting erratically and had assaulted two people - Full Story

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SC deputy responding to break-in shoots armed homeowner

Attorneys said they had plenty of questions about the shooting, including whether man had time to comply with the deputy's order to drop his gun.

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Police: Wash. cops who shot man mistook cellphone for gun

Police: Wash. cops who shot man mistook cellphone for gun

Suspect pointed a cellphone at officers as though it were a gun - Full Story

Columns

How the SPD is using YouTube to usher in a new era of police transparency Cole Zercoe - Policing in the 21st Century

How the SPD is using YouTube to usher in a new era of police transparency

The Seattle Police Department's strategy of looking outward to find solutions may ultimately help agencies nationwide - Full Story

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Chief: FBI memo wouldn't have changed Texas terror attack response

Chief said no one at command post set up to monitor the event was aware that the FBI had sent a memo about Elton Simpson hours before the May 3 shooting - Full Story

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2 inmates dead after Neb. regains control of prison

2 inmates dead after Neb. regains control of prison

Two staff members were assaulted and one inmate was shot as officers tried to break up gathering - Full Story

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From research to court: Update on conducted electrical weapons Force Science Institute - Destroying Myths & Discovering Cold Facts

From research to court: Update on conducted electrical weapons

In real-life confrontations, TASERs are effective in incapacitating actively resistant suspects over 90 percent of the time, compared to a success rate of less than 75 percent for pepper spray, according to a new study by two associate professors in criminal justice - Full Story

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FBI sent out bulletin about gunman before Texas terror attack

FBI sent out bulletin about gunman before Texas terror attack

Federal investigators learned several hours before cartoon contest that a man under investigation for extremist activities might show up - Full Story

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SC officer responding to home invasion shoots homeowner

SC officer responding to home invasion shoots homeowner

As sheriff's deputy responded to a report of a home invasion, he shouted commands at a homeowner holding a gun before firing at the man - Full Story



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