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<p><em><strong>Photo: Long Beach PD.</strong></em></p>

Calif. Woman who Allegedly Swiped Ancient Relic Arrested

June 17, 2011
Long Beach (Calif.) Police have arrested a 41-year-old woman believed to have swiped an 800-year-old religious relic from a local church. The relic is a silver-and-gold-plated, Gothic-style ornament that measures about 16 inches tall and 10 inches wide at its widest point.

Retired LAPD Captain Co-Founds LE Legal Group

June 17, 2011
Greg Meyer, a retired captain with the Los Angeles Police Department and one-time POLICE Advisory Board member, has co-founded the Association of Certified Litigation Specialists. The group will help provide legal assistance to the law enforcement industry.

Pennsylvania Chief Charged with OT Fraud

June 17, 2011
Annville (Pa.) Police Chief Michael Burdge Sr. has been charged with falsifying records and claiming nearly $39,000 in overtime reimbursement from state grants for his department.

Video: Stanley Cup Rioters Torch Police Cruisers

June 16, 2011
After the Boston Bruins defeated the favored Vancouver Canucks on Wednesday evening, rioters burned vehicles including police cruisers, broke windows and looted stores.

SCOTUS Sides with LE on Illegal Searches

June 16, 2011
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in favor of law enforcement officers who perform an illegal search in good faith, which wouldn't trigger the exclusionary rule for evidence that incriminated the subject.

SCOTUS Expands Miranda Rights for Juveniles

June 16, 2011
The U.S. Supreme Court has expanded Miranda rights for juveniles, issuing a 5-4 decision stemming from a case involving North Carolina officers who had questioned a 13-year-old.
<p><em><strong>A placard honors Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry during National Police Week 2011. Photo: Paul Clinton.</strong></em></p>

ATF Superiors Told Agents Not to Seize Guns In Cartel Gun Operation

June 16, 2011
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) agents told the House Oversight and Government Reform committee they were expressly told by supervisors not to "intervene and interdict" the loads of guns.
<p><em><strong>Photo: velkr0 (Flickr).</strong></em></p>

Boston Graduates First Recruit Class In Three Years

June 16, 2011
Sixty-four Boston Police recruits have graduated from the academy and will join the ranks of the 2,072-officer force next week.

Federal Grant Expands Police Fatigue Study

June 15, 2011
The study will focus on the role of fatigue and distraction in police officer performance, and will be completed at the center, which is located at Washington State University in Spokane.

California Attorneys Seek to Reform Third Strikes Law

June 15, 2011
A coalition led by Stanford University attorneys is seeking to reform the state's Third Strikes law with a statewide ballot initiative expected to arrive for the November 2012 ballot.
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