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<p>Dep. Brad Perry (Photo: Jefferson County Sheriff&#39;s Department)</p>

Ala. Deputy Dies After Off-Duty ATV Accident

December 9, 2013
Deputy Brad Perry died at 5:50 a.m. Monday at UAB Hospital. He was injured Dec. 3 and never regained consciousness following the accident nearly a week ago.

Man Who Caused Conn. Campus Lockdown Had Rifle, Pistols

December 5, 2013
The armed Fairfield, Conn., man who prompted a lockdown Tuesday at the University of New Haven and other area schools had 2,700 rounds of ammunition in his padlocked bedroom, along with newspaper clippings about the July 2012 shooting at a theater in Aurora, Colo., a prosecutor said Wednesday.
<p>LAPD headquarters (Photo: Paul Clinton)</p>

LAPD Struggles to Fill Ranks

December 5, 2013
Fewer people are applying to join the LAPD and, of those who do, a significantly higher number of them are being disqualified from consideration.
<p>Camden County Metropolitan Police Department officers go on duty. (Photo: Camden County)</p>

New Police Force Lowers Camden Crime Rate

December 5, 2013
As of Dec. 1, homicides have dropped 20 percent in the city, records show, while burglaries and robberies have also fallen significantly. Overall crime is down 14 percent.

Smalltown Ky. Chief to Be Paid in Bitcoin

December 5, 2013
The city commission in tiny Vicco, Ky., approved a measure this week to begin paying the city's police chief in Bitcoin, a move officials say is likely the first of its kind in the nation.

Judge Rules Detroit Can Reduce Retiree Pensions

December 5, 2013
U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes has ruled that pensions of city retirees can legally be cut in Detroit’s bankruptcy — a decision that came as a significant surprise to people observing the case.
<p>Detroit bankruptcy ruling could affect Stockton (Calif.) officers. (Photo) Stockton PD</p>

Detroit Pension Ruling Could Affect Some Calif. Officers

December 5, 2013
Stockton’s bankruptcy case, for instance, is further along than Detroit’s, and until Tuesday it seemed likely to leave public pensions fully intact.

Washington State Patrol Relaxes Drug, Crime Rules for Applicants

December 5, 2013
The Washington State Patrol faces the possible loss of more than 200 troopers and sergeants between now and 2017 through retirement, and it isn’t attracting enough qualified applicants to fill those holes.

Akron PD Adopts Strict Alarm Response Policy

December 5, 2013
The shift in department policy is in response to decades of false alarms sounding from businesses and residences that city leaders say needlessly tie up police officers.

Texas Inmate Executed for Causing Death of CO During Escape

December 5, 2013
Jerry Martin, 43, apologized to the family of Susan Canfield, who suffered a fatal head injury when Martin and another inmate escaped from a work detail at the Wynne Unit on Sept. 24, 2007.
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