Misc. Law Enforcement Topics
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Robot could tackle dangerous situations–
Footage of a remotely controlled robot that could help law enforcement with dangerous tasks.
How law school and law enforcement work together–
In this excerpt from the Massachusetts School of Law's Educational Forum on Law and Law Enforcement, Associate Dean Michael L. Coyne speaks with four police chiefs, Chief Ronald A. Sellon, Chief Kenny Howell, Chief Paul Tucker, and Chief Lisa Holmes, who are graduates of MSL, about how their law degrees have made them better chiefs, and inevitably saved municipalities money through the "two for one" deal that they offer.
The cost of vigilance in law enforcement–
In this excerpt from the Massachusetts School of Law's Educational Forum on Law and Law Enforcement, Associate Dean Michael L. Coyne speaks with four police chiefs, Chief Ronald A. Sellon, Chief Kenny Howell, Chief Paul Tucker, and Chief Lisa Holmes, about the physical and emotional deterioration officers are faced with as a result of hyper-vigilance.
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.
Greater Cincinnati Police Museum may close–
The Greater Cincinnati Police Museum is one of the largest in the country.
Phil Davis rides along with police–
MMA fighter Phil Davis experiences a day in the life of a police officer.
Some ankle bracelet alarms go unchecked–
Some agencies don't have clear protocols on how to handle the multitude of alerts, or don't always follow them
NY police laud homeless man's honesty–
The man returned a wallet to police with $500 in cash in it and wanted nothing in return
Police restrain, draw blood from DUI suspect–
Police in Wyoming retrain and draw blood from a DUI suspect.
Thetford police raid–
Police raid a property in Thetford.
Fire chief apologizes after department names cop killer at memorial–
The reading of the names of fallen firefighters is a tradition, but when Mutrie's name was read aloud everyone was insulted
Video: RI news crew attacked while reporting story–
The cameraman and reporter telling the story of a graduation shooting were attacked with rocks, a baseball bat, and dogs
Study finds Latinos unlikely to report crimes to police–
Fear of deportation is "really widespread" within the Latino community nationwide
PoliceOne top 5
- Lawmaker says anti-cop Capitol painting is coming down
- Federal prosecutors won't charge SC deputy in viral video incident
- Pa. troopers union criticizes plan to scrap lie-detector tests for recruits
- Can Baltimore's police reform deal survive Trump's DOJ?
- New Orleans considers gun-spotting cameras