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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.

DHS Secretary: Border Patrol Force Policy Needs Reform

March 3, 2014
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson stressed the need to reform the Border Patrol's use-of-force policies during a House Homeland Security Committee hearing Feb. 26.

Video: Mysterious Mich. Pursuit Ends with Crash

February 27, 2014
Ingham County, Mich., sheriff’s deputies are still wondering why a 43-year-old Lansing woman led officers on a high-speed chase Tuesday. The chase ended when her car slammed into a utility pole.
<p>Paul Augustus Howell, 48. was executed Wednesday for murdering a Florida state trooper. (Photo: Florida Department of Corrections)</p>

Fla. Executes Man Who Killed Trooper

February 27, 2014
Howell was convicted in January 1995 in the death of FHP trooper Jimmy Fulford during a traffic stop three years earlier.

S.F. Officers Indicted on Extortion, Drug Charges

February 27, 2014
The wide-ranging federal probe stemmed from allegations first made in 2011 by city Public Defender Jeff Adachi, who released a series of surveillance vid

Video: NYPD Rookie Shot by Wanted Bus Fare Scofflaw

February 27, 2014
An NYPD rookie — just two months out of the Police Academy — was shot in both legs Wednesday when he and his partner pulled a gun-toting fare-beater from a city bus.

FLEOA Announces Strong Support for Saracini Aviation Safety Act

February 25, 2014
Today, the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association (FLEOA) announced its strong support for "The Saracini Aviation Safety Act," in light of the alarming air travel safety issues depicted in the video "Two Seconds to Breach."

Take-Home Cars Help With Wash. City Crime, Budget

February 25, 2014
Yakima, Wash., city and police officials say giving each patrol officer a personal police vehicle to take home is paying off, and not just financially.
<p>Businesses donated $8 million last year for the city to purchase new public safety vehicles.<em> (</em>Photo: Detroit PD)</p>

Detroit Bankruptcy Plan Calls for Fleet Modernization

February 24, 2014
The department operates an aging fleet of 1,291 vehicles riddled with maintenance issues. The vehicles lack technology needed for police work such as rugged computers. For officers, getting an operational vehicle is no sure bet, according to a Police Magazine report. In March 2013, a group of corporations pledged $8 million for new vehicles, enabling the department to replace 100 Detroit PD cruisers.
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