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Ex-Cop Convicted of Lying About Cyclist Confrontation

April 30, 2010
A jury has returned a guilty verdict against a former rookie officer seen on videotape knocking a cyclist down during the Critical Mass protest in New York City.

Arizona Sheriff Calls Immigration Law Racist and Won't Enforce It

April 29, 2010
In an interview with a local TV channel, Dupnik calls the law racist and says he won't enforce it. He also says he currently detains illegal immigrants and transfers them to ICE officials.

New Dallas Chief Is Open to Policy Changes Suggested by Officers

April 29, 2010
Brown, who is known to take officers to task in meetings, is inheriting a department that's seen six years of falling crime statistics.

Fatal Rounds Penetrated Nevada Deputy's Body Armor

April 28, 2010
Memorial services are scheduled for Saturday for Nye County (Nev.) Sheriff's Deputy Ian Deutch, who was shot and killed responding to a domestic dispute that spilled into a Nevada casino.

Six Candidates Vie for New Orleans' Top Cop Job

April 28, 2010
Two of the six candidates to head up the New Orleans Police Department have ties to the department, while the remaining four are chiefs running departments in St. Paul, Minn., Norfolk, Va., and other areas.

Camden, N.J., Pays $2.25 Million to Family of Missing Children Found Dead After Search

April 28, 2010
Three families whose children suffocated to death after they accidentally locked themselves in the trunk of an old car have received a settlement of $2.25 million from the city of Camden, N.J. after they sued the city claiming the police failed to find the children in time.

Meprolight Announces Magnifying Scope for Extending Range of Reflex Sights

April 28, 2010
Meprolight has announced the availability of the Mepro MX3, a compact scope with X3 magnification that enhances the precision and effectiveness of the rifle's existing sight by extending the shooting range without re-zeroing the sights.

Thousands Mourn Former LAPD Chief Gates

April 28, 2010
Thousands of officers and well-wishers showed up to watch the processional memorial service on Tuesday, as eulogizers spoke about the impact former LAPD Chief Daryl Gates had on the city and department.
Many law enforcement groups have expressed their support for Arizona's new immigration law, which is opposed by police chiefs. Photo courtesy of Gov. Jan Brewer.

Phoenix Officers' Rep Says Law Tells Chiefs to 'Get Out of the Way' on Immigration

April 27, 2010
Arizona's new immigration law does not mandate that law enforcement officers get involved in "routine immigration enforcement," the Phoenix Law Enforcement Association's Mark Spencer told a local radio host.

Arizona P.O.S.T. Begins Developing Immigration Enforcement Training

April 27, 2010
The Arizona P.O.S.T. Board is considering ideas such as 5-10 minute videos that could be played for officers during daily briefings or additional sensitivity training to prevent racial profiling.
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