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Doctor: Chicago police superintendent's kidney transplant successful–
Doctors said chances are slim that Eddie Johnson's body will reject the kidney, and the odds of rejection are even less because he received a kidney from his son
Clerk: Milwaukee sheriff David Clarke resigns–
The resignation letter did not say why the sheriff was leaving office more than a year before his term is up
Federal judge blocks Texas' tough 'sanctuary cities' law–
The law had sought to fine LE authorities who fail to honor federal requests to hold people jailed on offenses that aren't immigration related for possible deportation
Sheriff proposes sending inmates to help with Harvey damage–
Bristol County Sheriff Thomas Hodgson wants to send inmate "volunteers" to help rebuild Houston
Houston police chief blunt and emotional during Harvey–
Art Acevedo's empathetic side mixed with a heavy dose of no-nonsense law-and-order makes him endearing to communities he's policed over his 30-year LE career
What is blended learning?–
Doug Wyllie and educator Kerry Avery discuss the value of blended learning in police training.
Another Fla. Highway Patrol official resigns amid ticket quota probe–
The second-highest ranking official is resigning amid an ongoing review into whether troopers were being ordered to meet ticket quotas
Trump pardons Joe Arpaio–
The White House said the 85-year-old ex-sheriff of Arizona's Maricopa County was a "worthy candidate"
Ore. sheriff removes 'Thin Blue Line' flag from courthouse break room–
Sheriff Mike Reese said it was removed while they consider "whether or not it is appropriate to display any altered United States flag inside a county-owned facility"
Portland requires officers to give prompt account after using deadly force–
Portland police officers who use deadly force will now have to speak with police internal affairs investigators within 48 hours of the incident
LAPD gets an earful from the public on UAS use–
As police pitched their plan to fly drones in a series of forums held across the city, the reaction was less positive than they might have hoped
Charlottesville council meets privately on personnel matters–
Mayor Mike Signer said the events on Aug. 12 "raised serious questions about the city's handling of security, communications, and governance"
Chicago Police Superintendent getting new kidney from son–
Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson disclosed in January after suffering a public dizzy spell that he was on a waiting list for a kidney transplant
Trump suggests Sheriff Joe pardon is coming–
Arpaio is scheduled for sentencing on Oct. 5
Why police shouldn't use the 'F' word to describe use of force–
Could language be the root cause of the public’s misconception about the use of force in law enforcement?
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