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City Council Approves Inspector General to Monitor NYPD

August 22, 2013
The New York City Council today established an inspector general to oversee the New York Police Department, overriding Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Commissioner Ray Kelly.

Sheriff Joe Warns Border Militia

August 21, 2013
The arrest of a border vigilante accused of pointing a gun at a Maricopa County (Ariz.) Sheriff’s deputy during a confrontation in a desert smuggling zone shows that the "minuteman" militia movement is still active in Arizona and a growing threat to public safety, law-enforcement officials say.

Video: Phoenix Police Questioned After In-Custody Death

August 21, 2013
The family of a man who died after Phoenix Police arrested him at an apartment complex has questioned the tactics police used to take him into custody.

Gunman Brought 500 Rounds to Atlanta-Area School

August 21, 2013
The man who walked into a DeKalb County, Ga., elementary school Tuesday armed with an AK-47 brought nearly 500 rounds of ammo, authorities said Wednesday.

Shots Fired at Atlanta-Area Grade School

August 20, 2013
The alleged gunman entered the school and talked to a clerk. The man, who was dressed in black and had an AK-47, surrendered peacefully after being confronted by police officers.

Chicago Area Police Cancel Training Over Charges of Islamophobia

August 20, 2013
Suburban Chicago authorities canceled an anti-terrorism class over objections from an advocacy group claiming the trainer and his teachings are anti-Muslim.

N.J. Officers Train to Engage Active Shooters

August 20, 2013
An active shooter drill today at Liberty Middle School in West Orange, N.J., tested the response of a dozen law enforcement agencies to a situation similar to last year’s mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn.

Retired Prison Guard Kills Escaped Iowa Convict Who Held Him Hostage

August 20, 2013
Long, who was armed with a semi-automatic handgun, had escaped from the Clarinda Correctional Facility early Friday morning. He allegedly shot a Taylor County deputy Sunday night and led police on a 40-minute chase.

State Prisoner Release Program Stresses LAPD Resources

August 20, 2013
Since state officials implemented the prison measures in late 2011, the LAPD has had between 160 to 170 officers assigned full time to units responsible for keeping tabs on thousands of felons who are living in Los Angeles.

Video: NYPD Top Cop Defends Stop-and-Frisk

August 19, 2013
New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly appeared on several public affairs shows Sunday to defend the NYPD's stop-and-frisk policy, saying city crime rates would increase following a judge's ruling that the stops are unconstitutional.
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