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Feds: Ky. Chief Stole $127K from Agency

December 18, 2012
A former Highland Heights (Ky.) Police chief who admitted to stealing more than $127,000 from his department was sentenced today to 45 months in federal prison.
<p>Los Angeles Police Department headquarters in downtown. Photo: Paul Clinton</p>

LAPD to Deploy Officers to K-8 Schools

December 17, 2012
In the wake of the Connecticut school massacre, the Los Angeles Police Department plans to have officers visit every public elementary and middle school in the city on a daily basis beginning in January.

Conn. School Shooter's Uncle a N.H. Sheriff's Deputy

December 16, 2012
The uncle of the 20-year-old who killed 26 people in a shooting rampage Friday morning at a Connecticut elementary school said the family expresses "our heartfelt sorrow" to the victims' families and community of Newtown.

Video: Suspect Claims Excessive Force by S.C. Deputies

December 11, 2012
A 19-year-old man has accused three Charleston County (S.C.) Sheriff's deputies of using excessive force during a Nov. 11 traffic stop.
<p>Photo via Phoenix PD.</p>

Ariz. Officers Claim Privacy Violation In DNA Lawsuit

December 11, 2012
Three Phoenix Police officers claim their privacy rights were violated when they were forced to give DNA samples during the investigation into the mysterious death of a fellow officer.
<p>Screenshot via CBS News.</p>

Report: Chicago Is False Confession Capital

December 10, 2012
News magazine "60 Minutes" labeled Chicago the "false confession capital" of the United States Sunday in a segment featuring several men who claimed they were coerced by police detectives into signing confessions for crimes they didn't commit.
<p>Photo: Paul Clinton</p>

Shot NYPD Cops Return To Duty

December 10, 2012
Nearly all of the 12 New York Police Department cops shot since the beginning of the year have since returned to active duty—despite being reminded firsthand of the dangers of the job.
<p>Albany (Ore.) PD&#39;s Anthony Rose. Photo courtesy of TheDirty.com.</p>

Nude Photos of Ore. Officer Appear Online

December 6, 2012
An Albany (Ore.) Police officer remains on the job, even though nude photos that showed his badge appeared on a gossip website.

Lawsuit: Pa. Trooper Fired for Writing Reports In Ebonics

December 6, 2012
In the lawsuit, William Peake, 29, claims he faced discrimination from his mostly white fellow troopers after he was stationed at the Uniontown barracks.

Tenn. Sheriff Gets $2M To Hire Deputies

December 5, 2012
The Shelby County (Tenn.) Sheriff's Office will get $2 million to hire new deputies as it takes over the responsibilities of 25 school resource officers when Memphis City Schools merges with Shelby County Schools in 2013.
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