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Dallas GIS Police Analyst Uses Geospatial Skills to Fight Crime

February 24, 2014
Geographic information systems (GIS) has changed the way law enforcement fights crime. American Sentinel University's GIS program is designed to teach officers the tools they need to map and analyze crime patterns.

Video: "Smart Gun" Goes on Sale in California

February 21, 2014
The watch’s primary purpose is not to provide accurate time, though it does. The watch makes the gun think. Electronic chips inside the gun and the watch communicate with each other. If the watch is within close reach of the gun, a light on the grip turns green.

Video: Citizen Captures Fatal OIS Near Las Vegas

February 18, 2014
At some point Berghardt reportedly made a dash for the trooper’s SUV and, according to the rangers, tried to remove the trooper’s AR-15 from its locked gun rack.

L.A. Police Panel Revises Officer Shooting Reviews

February 18, 2014
With its vote, the commission made clear it can find that a shooting or other serious incident violated department policy if the officer's actions beforehand created a situation in which deadly force was necessary. Until now, the commission has generally focused on the narrow question of whether an officer faced a deadly threat at the moment he opened fire.

S.C. Volunteer Firefighters Arrested After Scuffle with Sheriff, Deputy

February 18, 2014
The West Chester (S.C.) Volunteer Fire Department chief and his brother spent Saturday night in the Chester County jail after being arrested by sheriff’s deputies following a scuffle with the sheriff and other officers at the scene of an overturned truck Friday afternoon.

ACLU Wants Less-Lethal Weapon Ban in Texas Schools

February 18, 2014
The state's education commissioner should ban the use of Tasers, pepper spray, and other "less-than-lethal" weapons in all public schools, according to a request delivered this week from the ACLU and six other civil rights groups.

Video: 2 CHP Troopers Killed Responding to Accident

February 18, 2014
Two California Highway Patrol officers died early Monday on Highway 99 while driving to a collision near Kingsburg.

Dallas Officer Wounded in Weekend Shootout

February 17, 2014
A Dallas police officer was in stable condition Sunday night after he was shot three times Saturday afternoon while responding to a disturbance in far northeast Dallas, police say.

Pinterest, Twitter Help Calif. Departments with Leads, Communication

February 14, 2014
Some California police departments are now using social media to reunite victims with stolen property, gather evidence to build cases, provide a public platform to track valuables, and distribute breaking news.

Rules in Flux on Ohio Police Use of GPS Tracking

February 13, 2014
Ohio law is playing catch-up with the increasing police practice of secretly installing GPS devices on suspects’ vehicles to track their travels and potentially crack crimes.
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