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<p><span>Protestors gathered in the Anaheim Police Department&#39;s lobby in July. Screenshot via CBS 2.</span></p>

Calif. Cop Cleared In Gang Member's Shooting

March 22, 2013
The Orange County (Calif.) District Attorney's Office declined to file charges against an Anaheim Police officer who fatally shot an unarmed gang member in July.

Homicides Down, Police Overtime Up In Chicago

March 21, 2013
Hundreds of Chicago police officers are hitting the streets on overtime every night in dangerous neighborhoods, the latest tactic by Mayor Rahm Emanuel's administration to reduce killings in a city dogged by its homicide rate.

Video: N.C. Cop Resigns In Road Rage Incident

March 21, 2013
Onslow County (N.C.) Sheriff's Deputy Craig Culpepper has resigned, after a road-rage incident involving a South Carolina motorist went viral.
<p>Photo courtesy of Alaska State Troopers.</p>

Alaskan Village Safety Officer Shot, Killed

March 20, 2013
A village public safety officer (VPSO) in Alaska was shot and killed as he attempted to flee from a suspect who gunned him down with a rifle.

Two Pa. Cops Suspended After Station Fight

March 19, 2013
Two Braddock (Pa.) Police officers have been suspended without pay for fighting at the police station earlier this month.

N.Y. Cop Resigns Over Accidental Discharge at High School

March 18, 2013
The veteran Lloyd (N.Y.) Police officer who accidentally fired his service weapon in a high school hallway has resigned after an internal investigation faulted him for the incident.
<p>Photo via APD.</p>

Embattled Albuquerque Chief Retires

March 18, 2013
Albuquerque Police Chief Ray Schultz announced his plans to retire from a department that has come under intense scrutiny following a federal civil rights probe.
<p><span>Photo via </span><a href=&quot;; target=&quot;_blank&quot;>Jaypeg21</a>/Flickr.</p>

Mo. Agency Silences Pot-Lobbying Sergeant

March 18, 2013
A St. Louis Metro Police sergeant has sued his department, after commanders revoked his permission to work as a lobbyist supporting the legalization of marijuana.
<p>Photo via <a href=&quot;; target=&quot;_blank&quot;>Alex E. Proimos</a>/Flickr.</p>

FBI: Shooting of ICE Agent Justified

March 15, 2013
The FBI will not pursue charges against a federal immigration agent who fatally shot a co-worker in Southern California in early 2012. Ezequiel Garcia opened fire after his supervisor informed him a transfer request had been denied,

National Campus Safety Center Approved

March 14, 2013
The U.S. Department of Justice agreed to create a national campus safety center that would train agency personnel, encourage research, and disseminate relevant campus public safety information.
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