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Mass. Cops Caught Egging Sergeant's Home

January 6, 2013
Several off-duty Newton (Mass.) Police officers were caught egging the home of their sergeant in an incident they called a "joke between friends."

Video: Texas Officer Fired for Berating Teen

January 4, 2013
The Hurst (Texas) Police officer who was videotaped in November cursing and threatening a teen during an arrest has been fired, police officials said Thursday.
<p>Photo via Camden PD.</p>

Camden Begins Dissolving Force for County Police

January 4, 2013
Local officials can now begin dismantling the Camden (N.J.) Police Department and setting up a new county police agency they say will better serve one of the nation's most crime-ridden cities.

FBI: Texas Cop Offered Leniency for Bribe

January 4, 2013
FBI agents arrested a San Antonio police officer Thursday for allegedly accepting $500 from a man he arrested on a drug charge in exchange for not filing charges.

Report: 2 LAPD Cops Coerced Sex from Women

January 4, 2013
Two Los Angeles Police Department officers are under investigation for allegedly preying on women over a period of five years, luring them into an unmarked car and forcing them to perform sex acts.

Phoenix Police Reaffirm Oath

January 4, 2013
For the first time in the 131-year history of the Phoenix Police Department, officers retook the oath of office.

Video: Officer's Suspension for Hair Pulling Overturned

January 3, 2013
A civil service panel has overturned the 15-day suspension imposed on a Baton Rouge (La.) Police officer who pulled a woman out of a ditch by her hair at an accident scene in late 2011.

Mont. Deputy Who Lied About Combat Service Resigns

January 2, 2013
A Lake County (Mont.) Sheriff's deputy has resigned, after a P.O.S.T. investigation revealed he lied about his prior military service as a combat veteran.

Stuttering Ohio Cop Claims Discrimination

January 2, 2013
A Monroe (Ohio) Police officer with a stutter was subjected to discrimination and to ridicule and harassment resulting in a hostile work environment, according to a lawsuit filed by the officer.

Arbitrator: N.J. Town Must Reimburse Officers for Helicopter Training

January 2, 2013
An arbitrator has ruled against the West Windsor, N.J., township in a battle over who should pay for helicopter flying lessons taken by two police officers, but an appeal is already under way.
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