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Inaugural "Run to Remember – Los Angeles" Scheduled for January

September 10, 2015
Nearly a decade after its launch in Boston, the first annual "Run to Remember – Los Angeles" will happen on Sunday, Jan. 24, 2016.
<p>Photo: San Diego PD Facebook page</p>

Effects of San Diego Police Wearing Body Cameras Surprising

September 10, 2015
Officials looked at incidents within the Southeastern, Central and Mid-City divisions and found that assaults against officers, mental health calls and aggravated assaults had all increased, by 36 percent, 11 percent and 5 percent respectively, when body cameras were in use.

California Lawmakers Approve Bills to Track Racial Profiling, Police Use of Force

September 10, 2015
California lawmakers on Wednesday approved measures to track the race of motorists stopped by officers and incidents of use of force by police officers.
<p>Former Cincinnati Police Chief Jeffrey Blackwell (Photo: Cincinnati PD)</p>

Cincinnati City Manager Fires Police Chief

September 10, 2015
Blackwell's firing comes in the wake of the police union calling a special meeting for Monday where it planned to take a vote of no confidence in the chief.

Video: No Malice, No Charges in Washington Officers' Shooting of Rock Throwing Farm Worker

September 10, 2015
Three police officers in Washington state who fatally shot a rock-throwing illegal immigrant in February will not face criminal charges, a prosecutor announced Wednesday, saying there was no evidence the officers acted with malice.

Shootings on I-10 in Phoenix Have Police, Public on Edge

September 10, 2015
Ten cars and trucks have already been struck, mostly by bullets but also by other projectiles, since Aug. 29, all on or near Interstate 10.
<p>Baltimore City FOP President Gene Ryan (Photo: Screen shot from WBAL TV)</p>

Freddie Gray Settlement "Obscene," Police Union Chief Says

September 10, 2015
A $6.4 million settlement for the family of Freddie Gray was formally approved Wednesday by a Baltimore financial board despite complaints from the police union president that the deal was "obscene."

Video: Retired Tennis Star Claims Excessive Force By NYPD in Mistaken Identity Arrest

September 10, 2015
Chief of Detectives Robert Boyce said a courier making a delivery mistakenly identified Blake as a suspect who he had delivered to in the past. He said a photo given to the officers of the alleged suspect also had a “remarkable likeness” to Blake.

Judge Denies Change of Venue Motion in Trial of Baltimore Officers for Freddie Gray Death

September 10, 2015
Defense lawyers for the officers had argued before Circuit Court Judge Barry Williams that intense publicity made it impossible to hold a fair trial in Baltimore.

5.11 Tactical Announces New "Ready. Like You." Campaign Focused On Versatile Pant Line

September 10, 2015
Today, 5.11 Tactical announced the launch of its "Ready. Like You" Campaign, a three-month cross-medial celebration of the company's versatile pant product line.
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