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Yankees foundation to pay for education of slain cop's children–
The Silver Shield Foundation has offered to fund the education of the late Officer Ramos' two sons
Ex-chief says video rants meant to snare threats–
Former Gilberton Chief Mark Kessler says he fed information to the FBI about people he thought were sovereign citizens
NY police union leader criticizes mayor in wake of NYPD deaths–
Says his failure to support police created a climate of mistrust that allowed the tragedy to happen
NY police to mayor De Blasio: Don't attend my funeral–
The police union believes the mayor's presence would be insulting following support for Garner protests
TEDx Talk: The most dangerous weapon in law enforcement–
Can simply choosing better words be the solution to building relationships between law enforcement officers and those within their communities or will it require an entirely new system of development? 25-year law enforcement veteran Brian Willis breaks it down in this TEDx Talk.
Justices weigh limits of free speech over Internet–
For more than four decades, the Supreme Court has said that "true threats" to harm another person are not protected speech under the First Amendment
Video: Darren Wilson speaks with media for the first time–
In interview set to air tonight, Wilson talks about the fatal confrontation with Michael Brown
Exclusive: ABC News Interviews Police Officer Darren Wilson–
Officer Darren Wilson spoke with ABC News' George Stephanopoulos, his first interview since the fatal shooting of Michael Brown on August 9.
Poll Results: Cops speak out about body cameras–
Even as body camera sales rise, decision-makers are hesitant about what this means for their agency and law enforcement as a whole
Rally shows support for police before Ferguson decision–
Supporters of law enforcement marched in downtown St. Louis over the weekend to rally for peace before the upcoming Ferguson grand jury decision.
Mother of fallen Mesa officer pens letter to President–
The mother of a fallen Mesa police officer is trying to get President Obama’s attention again as he vows to move forward with immigration reform.
Why "no comment" no longer works after a critical police incident–
When the public hear no comment they think the police did something wrong and are trying to cover it up — when the officers from the involved agency hear it they feel angry and betrayed by their leader
Sharpton calls for federal prosecution in Ferguson–
He said leaks about the supposedly secret St. Louis County grand jury deliberations undermine the local inquiry into whether to indict the officer
IACP Quick Take: What happens when police incidents go viral?–
Getting facts out ahead of the media can save time, the integrity of your agency, and the reputation of your officers
IACP Quick Take: How to battle cyber threats facing law enforcement–
Back up your data and keep your training on cyber threats up-to-date
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