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Half-dozen ex-LAPD officers seek firing reviews–
The decision to reopen Christopher Dorner's case is unprecedented and "has left many of our members in absolute limbo"
Texas tightens rules on troopers' aerial shooting–
State officials said Thursday that troopers are now forbidden from aerial shooting unless they're under fire
NYC plans to stop many marijuana arraignments–
Starting next month, people who get picked up on charges of having a small amount of marijuana will be released with desk appearance tickets
ACLU claims NJ police deter public complaints–
The attorney general responded to the report by advising police chiefs to review procedures and use training materials provided by the state
NJ mayors: No police, emergency services at Super Bowl 2014–
Group says they've had to absorb too many past costs for Jets', Giants' stadium
Chicago police to stop dispatch for certain crimes–
Police will no longer respond in person to crimes in which no one is in imminent danger
Chicago police superintendent announces reassignment of 200 officers–
The officers in administrative positions will join existing Area Saturation Teams and focus on preventing gun violence
NYPD Commissioner: Real enemy is illegal handguns–
"The biggest obstacle in stemming the flow of the illegal weapons — both assault rifles and handguns — is the less restrictive laws in other locales"
Town in Calif. opens new police station–
"This is truly a community police station that belongs to the citizens of Signal Hill"
NYPD steps up security after string of attacks–
Police say a man has attacked seven people of Asian descent in East Harlem since Jan. 17.
Police chiefs meet with Obama on mass shootings–
The president is meeting the police chiefs from Aurora, Colorado, Oak Creek, Wisconsin, and Newtown, Connecticut.
Detroit mayor announces DPD overhaul–
Without funds to hire more officers, the department will change the way it operates
NYPD prepare to 'scan and frisk'–
A new high-tech scanner will take the patting down policy out of 'stop and frisk'
Colo. sheriff: Only courts can rule on gun control–
He issued a statement Wednesday criticizing police and sheriff's officials who have said they would not enforce gun-control laws they consider unconstitutional
Judge lets NYPD resume 'stop and frisk'–
The city had shown it would be expensive to immediately implement an order that could be reversed
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