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Mike Williams' 10.27.06 local cop news


New Hampshire: State Police boosting crime-fighting efforts in slain officer’s city.

Seattle: The Washington News Council decided Saturday that the Seattle Post-Intelligencer' was largely unfair to the King County Sheriff's Office in the newspaper's yearlong series of stories investigating problems in the department.

California: Mayor Peter LaVallee promised Tuesday to do everything he can to make public as soon as possible any information about Monday's police shooting of a teenage boy.

North Carolina: Suicide cases challenge police.

Oregon: Enough Platitudes: Potter needs to get out the checkbook and fund better cop training.

Pennsylvania: Trooper's suicide reflects grim reality for police.

Missouri: A former Kingman police officer who allegedly fired his police weapon 31 times while chasing unarmed suspects has been charged with three crimes.

Texas: Local SWAT team exhibits impressive skills.

North Carolina: State regulators blast guard training at nuke plant. New report cites inadequate instruction in firearms and searches; questions certification process.

Canada: Police had difficulty retrieving data from an officer’s Taser because the weapon had been damaged, court heard Wednesday during Const. Jeffrey Resler’s assault trial.

Seattle: A Thurston County deputy prosecutor found himself on the wrong side of the law Sunday after police said he was caught in a women's restroom at Qwest Field having sex.

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