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Colo. Det. Turns Tables on Police Impostor

September 27, 2013
An undercover Pueblo County (Colo.) Sheriff's detective arrested a man in a Pueblo West cellphone store Monday, after the man pretended to be an officer and accused him of dealing drugs.

Chicago's Top Cop Nixes National Guard Help

September 26, 2013
Tougher gun laws would curb Chicago's street violence rather than intervention by the Illinois National Guard, the city's top cop and mayor said earlier this week.

Former N.M. Chief On Cartel Payroll

September 26, 2013
A one-time border police chief collected payments from the Juarez Cartel in exchange for running background checks and license plates and buying military gear for the Mexican cartel, he testified Wednesday.
<p>Photo courtesy of Ewing PD.</p>

N.J. Officer Kills Self at Station

September 25, 2013
Veteran Ewing (N.J.) Police Officer Matthew Wallace shot himself to death in the parking lot behind police headquarters while off duty early Tuesday,
<p>Screenshot via KTVI.</p>

Off-Duty Deputy Stops Robbery While Jogging

September 25, 2013
An off-duty St. Charles County (Mo.) Sheriff's deputy shot three men who attempted to rob him while he jogged late Monday night at Forest Park's Grand Basin.

Video: Houston Chief Strikes Pedestrian

September 24, 2013
Houston Police Chief Charles McClelland has been suspended for one day without pay. He acknowledged his fault and said he would "hold myself to a higher accountability."

Pittsburgh Officers Challenge Residency Requirement

September 24, 2013
An arbitration panel will determine the future of police residency in Pittsburgh, following a Monday hearing where two councilman argued that officers must live within city limits.
<p>Screenshot via Boston Globe.</p>

Boston Top Cop Leaves Department

September 23, 2013
Police Commissioner Edward Davis will step down later this year to pursue a fellowship at Harvard University, he said at a Monday press conference at police headquarters.
<p>Chief Kessler (left) and his attorney give an interview to CNN in August. Screenshot via YouTube.</p>

Pa. Council Moves to Fire Profane Chief

September 20, 2013
Chief Mark Kessler was suspended July 31 for using borough weapons to produce a series of profanity-laden YouTube videos. The council voted 6-1 on Thursday to fire him.

Oakland to Hire 10 Officers With $4.5M DOJ Grant

September 18, 2013
The U.S. Department of Justice will give $4.5 million to the Oakland Police Department to hire 10 officers over the coming year, a federal official announced Tuesday.
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