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Video: Rapid DNA Technology to be Tested in Fla. Court

March 4, 2014
Capt. Diana Blackledge said detectives identified a suspect, but felt they didn't have enough evidence to convict him in court, that is, until they employed a "portable DNA lab in a box."

Video: N.M. Officer Shoots Fleeing Robbery Suspect

March 4, 2014
Albuquerque Police Department officer Brian Pitzer fired eight shots at an armed carjacking suspect as he was running away on Oct. 28, according to lapel video released by the department Monday.

Idaho House Panel Backs Guns On Campus

March 4, 2014
The measure would allow retired law enforcement officers and those with Idaho's new enhanced concealed carry permit to bring their firearms onto campus. Concealed weapons would still be barred from dormitories, stadiums and concert halls.
<p>Detective John Hobbs (Photo: Phoenix PD)</p>

Slain Phoenix Officer and Shooter Identified

March 4, 2014
Chief Garcia grew emotional as he spoke about the death of Phoenix Detective John Hobbs and the critical injuries another officer suffered. He said the 28-year-old suspect William Ray Thornton must have realized that detectives were following him when he got out of his car and engaged the two veteran officers.
<p>Maureen Faulkner in 2008 (Photo: Kelly Bracken)</p>

Police Survivor Fights Nomination of Mumia Lawyer for DOJ Post

March 3, 2014
The National Fraternal Order of Police has classified Obama's nomination of Adegbile as, "A thumb in the eye of our nation's law enforcement," adding "It demonstrates a total lack of regard or empathy for those who strive to keep you and everyone else in our nation safe in your home and neighborhoods."

Video: Man Killed After Pinning Ill. Trooper Between Vehicles

March 3, 2014
Police say Cataline then drove right at Kuehl, pinning the trooper between the van and the trooper’s patrol car. Kuehl was unable to respond, as the van accelerated forward.

Hundreds of LAPD Officers Worked Oscars

March 3, 2014
Police spend months planning with private security, the FBI and various city agencies for scenarios ranging from a terrorist attack to party crashers.

Video: Fla. Man Made 3,000 Harassing Calls to 911

March 3, 2014
Authorities say Keith Lukas called Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office dispatchers nearly 3,000 times in a year-and-a-half, each time harassing and belittling them. On Tuesday, he was convicted on one count of making "repeated harassing phone calls."

California Agency Names Police Magazine Advisor to Force Panel

March 3, 2014
Several months after its creation, the Long Beach (Calif.) Police Department released the names Wednesday of nine people—including a Police Magazine advisor—serving on the Use of Force Advisory Committee created to provide a variety of community perspectives on the department’s procedures.

Expert: Climate Change to Cause Crime Increase

March 3, 2014
Matthew Ranson, an environmental economist at Cambridge-based Abt Associates, a public policy research and consulting firm, predicts that over the remainder of this century, rising temperatures in the United States will lead to an additional 22,000 murders.
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