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Flint Journal

Willing to spend $30,000 to put your name on a camera? The City of Flint is looking for sponsors for surveillance cameras that will be mounted around the city to keep a watch out for crooks. In exchange for cash, the city will plaster business names

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Chicago Tribune

At 1:28 p.m. Baron "Scooter" Pikes was a healthy 21-year-old man. By 2:07 p.m., he was dead. In the 39 minutes in between in which Pikes was handcuffed by police and shocked 9 times with a Taser device, while pleading for mercy

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San Bernadino Sun

A police sergeant says a colleague has a practice of scooping people off the streets and detaining them without arresting them, charging them or booking them while probing for evidence to bring charges. "It's called keeping them on ice,

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The cell phone photographer says the arrest was intimidation, but the deputy says he feared for his life. "Here’s a guy who takes me out of the car and arrests me in front of my kids. For what? To take a picture of a police officer?" said S

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City police officers in one Florida county will have unrestricted authority to make traffic stops outside of their jurisdiction beginning Aug. 1. Broward County's new policing-without-boundaries plan would allow officers to patrol any of its citi

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East Valley Tribune

Terrorism liaison officers have been getting a lot of attention in the national press lately. But the bottom line of what they do is keep their eyes and ears open for any suspicious activity.

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A teenager is suspected of delivering baskets of drug-laced treats to about a dozen police departments in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, according to police who charged him Tuesday with LSD possession. At least three officers have gotten sick.

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The prospect of cops forcibly jabbing a needle into your arm and taking a blood sample on the side of a highway in suspected DWI cases is perhaps the most egregious portend of police state America in history, but one Texas lawyer has taken a stand to

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U.S. Secret Service

A Joint Project of the International Association of Chiefs of Police and the United States Secret Service. Developing a basic understanding of key technical and legal factors regarding searching and seizing electronic storage devices and media.

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The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation is investigating after patrol car video shows an officer choking a suspect. The officer has both hands around the neck of the suspect and is telling him to "stick your tongue out." The suspect then pass