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UC Davis Hires Bratton To Probe Pepper-Spraying

November 26, 2011
Faculty members objected to the hiring of the former LAPD chief. One professor said the school should enlist in-house faculty members to lead the probe rather than relying on "a former cop who is charging a lot of money we don't have to spend."

Mehserle Testifies In Civil Rights Trial Involving 2008 Arrest

November 26, 2011
Former BART Police officer Johannes Mehserle testified in federal court that he feared an attack from a combative subject against himself and another officer during a confrontation in late 2008.

Black Friday Begins with Violence

November 25, 2011
The holiday shopping season got off to a violent start on Black Friday when a Los Angeles woman pepper-sprayed other customers to get her hands on an Xbox and a South Carolina robbery of shoppers ended in gunfire.

S.C. Cop Struck While Helping Motorist

November 25, 2011
A Nitro (S.C.) Police officer remains in critical condition after being hit by a car Thursday, while assisting a motorist.

Assault Charge Dismissed Against Seattle Cop

November 23, 2011
An assault charge filed against Seattle police Officer James J. Lee will be dismissed after an outside expert determined he acted properly based on newly provided information, the City Attorney's Office announced today.

Oregon Bans Death Penalty

November 23, 2011
Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber imposed a moratorium on all executions in the state, saying the death penalty is arbitrary, expensive, and "fails to meet basic standards of justice."

Steelers' QB Gives K-9 Grant to Kansas City PD

November 23, 2011
Pittsburgh Steelers' quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has awarded a grant to the Kansas City (Mo.) Police Department for a dual-purpose police dog that will be put to work on the during the 2012 MLB All-Star Game and at presidential-candidate events.
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NYPD Police Shootings Reach Record Low

November 22, 2011
While the number of officer-involved shootings fell to a record low in 2010, New York City police officers fired nearly a quarter more bullets than a year earlier, according to the Firearms Discharge Report.

Former FBI Director Leads Wide-Ranging Penn State Probe

November 22, 2011
The Penn State Board of Trustees appointed former FBI director and federal judge Louis J. Freeh to lead an independent investigation into the child sex abuse scandal, granting him broad investigative powers.

Man Opens Fire Near Occupy Houston Camp

November 22, 2011
A gunman who taunted Houston Police officers to "Shoot Me! Shoot Me!" near the camp of the city's Occupy protesters got his wish, as officers shot him twice when he refused to drop a .40-caliber rifle.
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