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<p>Photo courtesy of <a href=&quot;http://www.flickr.com/photos/broffer/4692692434/sizes/l/in/photostream/&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;>Ben Roffer</a>/Flickr.</p>

NYPD's Collision Investigation Squad  

June 26, 2013
In March, the NYPD revamped its Highway Division Accident Investigation Squad, beefing up staffing, adding higher-tech tools, and broadening its mission to respond to serious, as well as fatal, crashes. The unit also got a new name: the Collision Investigation Squad.
<p>Photo courtesy of William Harvey.</p>

Telling the Truth   

June 21, 2013
Intentional, malicious, or deceptive conduct will permanently destroy an officer's credibility. Should an officer violate these standards, there is no alternative other than termination or permanent removal from investigative duties.
<p>Officer Craig Durling checks the license status of a commercial driver. Photo courtesy of TPD.</p>

Torrance (Calif.) PD's Commercial Enforcement Unit  

June 21, 2013
The commercial enforcement officers of the Torrance (Calif.) Police Department mostly encounter violators operating mid-sized commercial vehicles with violations such as a pile of unsecured palettes, a 20-foot palm tree clipping electrical line, and a driver using a bungee cord for a seat belt.
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