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San Jose Mercury News (video)

A cell phone video shows San Jose police officers repeatedly using batons and a Taser gun on an unarmed San Jose State student, including at least one baton strike that appears to come after the man is handcuffed, as they took him into custody inside

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CameraFRAUD

Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu will make an appearance at the CameraFRAUD booth at the Arizona State Fair tomorrow, Sunday October 25 at 2:00 PM. Babeu, who ended a contract with ticketing vendor Redflex earlier this year, said that photo radar p

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Arizona Republic

The maker of Taser stun guns is advising police officers to avoid shooting suspects in the chest with the 50,000-volt weapon, saying that it could pose an extremely low risk of an "adverse cardiac event." The advisory, issued in an Oct. 12 trainin

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Officer.com

[..."the police officer handled the situation properly and responsibly." Hehe]The mayor of Akron said a 911 call reporting him for erratic driving over the weekend was orchestrated for political purposes. In a statement released Monday, Mayor Don

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News-Gazette (h/t The Agitator)

Members of the black community mourned one boy's death and called for another 15-year-old to be released from juvenile detention. The boy's were in a home they had permission to be in. The cop's gun went off all on its own say cops.

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Officer.com

There are moments when SWAT team personnel approaching a tense, urban stand-off with a barricaded, possibly armed suspect in a home, hotel room, office building, gym, school or mall admittedly feel a little exposed - mostly to the unknown.

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NY Times

The local Fraternal Order of Police reminded New Orleans officers they had a right to be represented by a lawyer when questioned by the F.B.I., whether as a witness or as a potential target. The warning has become routine for the police over the last

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WGN Chicago

A 15-year-old special needs student says a Dolton police officer assigned to his former school slammed him against the lockers, wrestled him to the floor and then pinned him down, breaking his nose, all because he didn't have his shirt tucked in.

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The Agitator

You don’t need to know. You can’t know.” That’s what Kathy Norris, a 60-year-old grandmother of eight, was told when she tried to ask court officials why, the day before, federal agents had subjected her home to a furious search. The agents who sp

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The Agitator

Eighth Circuit panel upholds qualified immunity for Missouri police chief sued for sexual assault and tasering the husband of the woman he was assaulting when the husband objected. It’s the third time the chief has been sued for inappropriate conduct

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Officer.com

"Now there's no order restricting him from going near my clients," Thompson said. "Now there's no order preventing him from calling or investigating or doing whatever he can to put my clients in fear."

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McClatchy News

Federal authorities acknowledged they had a DNA sample from home invasion and rape suspect during the months detectives say he attacked numerous women in their homes in a violent crime spree. But Smith's DNA had never been entered into the FBI's DNA

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