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<p>CC_Flickr: <a href=&quot;http://www.flickr.com/photos/42401725@N00/6356102913/&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;>K. Kendall</a></p>

Portland Police Reforms Include Civilian Oversight Board

October 30, 2012
The Portland Police Bureau will establish a crisis intervention team and civilian oversight committee under a settlement agreement with the federal Department of Justice.
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Anaheim Pays $1.55M In Justified Police Shooting

October 30, 2012
The city of Anaheim agreed to pay $1.55 million to the family of a man fatally shot by police in 2008 even though the officer was exonerated.

NYPD Braces for Superstorm Sandy

October 29, 2012
The New York Police Department has mobilized its 35,000 officers as emergency responders in preparation for the arrival of Superstorm Sandy by extending shifts, positioning motor and non-motor boats in various precincts, and dispatching special teams for rescue duty.

Iowa Cop's Murder Reopened

October 29, 2012
Two black men wrongly convicted in the 1977 murder of a white Iowa police officer hope to prove something they couldn't during trials that sent them to prison for 25 years: that detectives framed them to solve a high-profile case.
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New LAX Chief Pledges To Beef Up Airport Security

October 29, 2012
The LAPD veteran appointed as the new chief of Los Angeles International Airport has said he will beef up security and strengthen ties with his former department.

FBI: Violent Crime Fell In 2011

October 29, 2012
Violent crimes and property crimes reported to police in 2011 fell 3.8% and 0.5% respectively, according to finalized FBI data released Monday. The report came in direct conflict with federal Bureau of Justice Statistics reporting that violent crime jumped by about 18%, and property crimes rose by 11% in 2011.
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Freeway Jumper Stabs CHP Officer During Rescue

October 29, 2012
A California Highway Patrol officer was stabbed multiple times while he attempted to pull a suicidal man from a highway overpass in Riverside.

Video: SF Police Respond To World Series Celebration

October 29, 2012
Fans of the San Francisco Giants celebrated their team's World Series win in the streets Sunday evening as rioters started garbage fires, torched a city bus, and vandalized vehicles.

Insurer Apologizes for Canceling Deputy's Policy

October 29, 2012
An insurance company that canceled the homeowner's policy of a Nebraska sheriff's deputy because of his K-9 unit dog said it's looking to change its practices regarding police dogs.
<p>Lt. Brian Murphy. Photo: POLICE file</p>

Wounded Sikh Temple Officer Recounts Shooting

October 29, 2012
When bullets, blood and terror came to the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin on that Sunday morning, Aug. 5, Oak Creek Police Lt. Brian Murphy would not give in.
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