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New civilian panel will oversee LASD–
The LA County Board of Supervisors created a new sheriff’s civilian oversight commission aimed at restoring trust after years of scandal over abuses in county jails
Detroit 'Blue Pigs' hold concert at elementary school–
The music group has been around since 1969 and was revived during a Halloween concert.
Detroit police relaunch music group ‘The Blue Pigs’–
The music group has been around since 1969 and was revived during a Halloween concert
'Bigs in Blue' will try to bridge gap by pairing cops, youth–
The mentoring organization is launching a program pairing officers with youth in an effort to address the fraught relationship between police and the community
Going pink: How police agencies are joining the fight against breast cancer–
The Pink Patch Project is a simple program that can help you engage with your community for a very important cause
Colo. police chief's Halloween hobby is a hit–
Police Chief Jim May’s Halloween hobby brings joy to his community.
Colo. police chief on Halloween hobby: ‘I make the Griswolds look like amateurs’–
Police Chief Jim May’s Halloween hobby brings joy to his community
Ariz. cop spreads kindness by giving shoes to the homeless–
Officer Mark Figueroa connects with his community by giving out donated shoes to the homeless
NYPD turns police station into haunted house–
Step into one Brooklyn police precinct house this week and you’re likely to be greeted with cobwebs, candy, and cops in costumes.
Partnership allows Atlanta police officers to buy homes downtown–
In an effort to make the high-crime area more secure, five Atlanta officers will move into new, two-story houses downtown
In Colo. police department, crime fighting is just one part of the job–
The perception is that all day, every day, officers are responding to life-threatening calls in a city filled with criminals, when that's only a small portion of what they do
Chief Cunningham remarks at IACP 2016–
The president of one of the largest police organizations in the United States apologized for historical mistreatment of minorities, calling it a "dark side of our shared history" that must be acknowledged and overcome.
IACP's Terrence Cunningham on his 'historical mistreatment' apology–
In no way does recognizing historical injustice discredit or take away from the nobility and valor of the law enforcement profession today
IACP Quick Take: Marijuana legalization is coming – is your agency prepared?–
Agencies must prepare now or risk playing catch up
IACP Quick Take: Rapid response during a crisis helps PDs get ahead of message–
Police departments are adopting new policies that are forcing them to get in front of the press to mitigate public and media uproar
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