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<p>Photo courtesy of Larry Baimbridge.</p>

Houston PD's Traffic Enforcement Unit  

April 30, 2013
Ten stealth vehicles, including Chevrolet Camaros, have helped this specialized unit issue 100,000 tickets for moving violations a year. The unit also accounts for half the agency's drunk-driving arrests.
<p>Photo by Loren Higgins, Albuquerque Police Department.</p>

Albuquerque's Real Time Crime Center  

April 22, 2013
The sworn officers who assist civilian dispatchers and analysts in the Albuquerque Police Department's new Real-Time Crime Center typically rotate into the assignment after they've been placed on injured, restricted or light duty.
<p>Photo courtesy of Roberta Weintraub.</p>

Law Enforcement: A Path Into the Middle Class  

April 4, 2013
The Police Orientation Preparation Program places career-bound, law enforcement students in an established LAPD training environment. Students graduate with an associate's degree and gain real-life experience as they prepare for a career in law enforcement.
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