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PoliceOne recently spoke with Chief Bill Bratton in an exclusive, one-on-one interview. We'll visit again with Chief Bratton to explore the ways in which his company, Altegrity Risk International, may be of particular importance and interest to law enforcement agencies. But first, we wanted to speak with him about his thoughts on what the next decade in policing might bring.

If you've got specific questions you'd like us to ask Chief Bratton next time, send us an e-mail.

— Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor
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In an emotional courtroom full of Robert Rosas' family and dozens of uniformed officers, a 17-year-old from Mexico was sentenced to 40 years in prison.

Christopher Daniel Castro Alvarez pleaded guilty to murdering Rosas, who was lured away from his vehicle and then shot eight times in the head, neck, and torso. The slain agent's wife says, "Forty years [in jail] is nothing compared to the loss we have and will continue to suffer" ... A "cold-blooded killing"
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Calif. gang crackdown leads to 108 arrests

Lawyer: 'Poor training' led to officer's injury

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