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Tenn. bystanders help subdue suspect in attack on cop–
Police in Memphis say bystanders helped subdue a pedestrian who climbed into a squad car and reached for an officer's gun
Chicago cops offer up their lobby, parking lot for Craigslist transactions–
Police are offering the use of their headquarters — with an optional officer present — for residents looking for safe transactions
Wis. buyback program will turn guns into garden tools–
About $76,000 already has been pledged in private donations to assist with the cost of the gun buyback
Tenn. bill bans gang members from public spaces–
Bill provides statutory guidance for courts using Tennessee's public nuisance law to keep criminal gang members out of public areas
Chicago court rules citizen police complaints are public–
Citizen complaints about Chicago police and the related investigative files are public records and must be turned over by the city
LASD's new IG wants public to air grievances with department–
Max Huntsman was hired in December to provide new oversight to the LASD following several years of investigations into deputy corruption in the jail system
Calif. agencies face mandatory OIS name releases–
Calif. Supreme Court likely to rule in favor of requiring police agencies to make names of officers in shootings public
'Politeness training' coming to NYPD–
The NYPD's encounters with the public will soon begin with a polite introduction and end "on a positive note" under a new "Seven Steps to Positive Community Interactions" curriculum
Oakland police fight crime tweet by tweet–
Five police commanders regularly use their accounts to post tweets asking residents to help solve crimes or be aware of their surroundings
Community Based Information System–
Detective Ray Bercini discusses the Community Based Information System Model which was developed in response to an epidemic in gang growth and activity.
2013 Wichita Law Enforcement hero–
Officer Richard West speaks about his relationship with the community.
Betsy Brantner Smith discusses the importance of maintaining a pool of informants or sources in the neighborhoods you patrol. These sources can be created by building rapport with those you encounter on the streets, or even those that you're questioning on a minor crime.
Throwback: 1946 LAPD 'Report to the People'–
A report on traffic deaths for the purpose of community awareness and safety. Created by the Los Angeles Police Department in 1946.
Law Enforcement and television–
Law enforcement trainer and expert witness Roy Bedard talks with Betsy Brantner Smith about the effect media has on law enforcement, and how the rise of citizen journalism has police constantly in the spotlight.
National Night Out helps bring police and community together–
Footage of National Night Out in Kansas City. Events took place across the country aimed at bringing police and their communities together.
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