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Maine Sgt. Reported To Work Drunk

November 27, 2012
A Maine State Police sergeant summoned in late June for operating her state police cruiser while under the influence of alcohol acknowledged Monday that she has a problem with alcohol and is getting the help she needs.

Ohio Agency Tracks Dishonest Cops

November 26, 2012
The chief of the Columbus (Ohio) Division of Police has created a list to track untruthful officers to better track conduct that usually gets cops fired.
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Fla. Cop Quits After Obama Assassination Talk

November 23, 2012
Sam Koivisto, now a former Jacksonville police officer, told investigators he did comment he'd volunteer to kill President Barack Obama. He told them he was frustrated with the Nov. 6 election and the threat was all talk.

Okla. Cop Fired for Toddler Urination Ticket

November 23, 2012
A Piedmont (Okla.) Police officer who lost his job over a public urination ticket he wrote was just doing his job, his attorney said Wednesday.

Video: Md. Officers Suspended for 'Driving While Black' Spoof

November 20, 2012
Two Prince George's County (Md.) Police officers may lose their jobs for producing a video in uniform that spoofed racial profiling by police.

Video: Ohio Cop Suspended for Dunking Head In Urine

November 16, 2012
A Mentor (Ohio) Police Department officer brought "a negative light" to his department when a YouTube video showed him dunking his head in a bucket of urine at a football tailgate party, his chief said.

Ex-L.A. Mayor To Debate Police Union on 401(k) Plan

November 15, 2012
Multimillionaire businessman and former Los Angeles mayor Richard Riordan agreed Wednesday to three debates with the police union on his pension revamp initiative that would create a 401(k)-style retirement plan for newly hired officers.
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Police Cover-up Found in Bartender Beating

November 14, 2012
A federal jury awarded Karolina Obrycka $850,000 and found that a widespread code of silence had emboldened off-duty Chicago police Officer Anthony Abbate to beat her in a notorious attack captured by security cameras.

Ill. Chief Fired for Mishandling Officer's Sexual Assault Case

November 14, 2012
Authorities at Northern Illinois University (NIU) placed the college's police chief on paid leave and banned him indefinitely from the department on Saturday due to allegations of misconduct.

N.H. Chief: 'We're Doing Less With Less'

November 13, 2012
Police Chief Jamie Sullivan said he is no longer advocating to hire any new staff in his 2013 proposed operating budget, but a discussion regarding the department's needs for more "boots on the street" will have to take place in the future.
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