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Conflict Continues Between N.H. Patrol and Troopers

June 18, 2008
After nearly nine years of working separately—and at times contentiously—New Hampshire state troopers and highway patrol officers were joined in January in the name of efficiency and harmony. But while Safety Commissioner John Barthelmes has said both sides will be expected to "play in the same sandbox," the rivalry lingers in their ongoing court battles.

$2.5 Million Settlement Couldn't Keep California Gang Member from His Old Friends

June 18, 2008
Nobody wanted Jose Luis Muñoz to fail. The Anaheim gang member raised by a single mother had received a second chance -- or maybe it was his first -- to turn his life around when he settled a lawsuit against the city and police for $2.5 million.

Arizona Police Horse Assaulted in Weekend Incident

June 18, 2008
Two men were arrested over the weekend on suspicion of assaulting Tempe, Ariz., officers. One also allegedly hit an officer's horse.

NYPD Considers Equipping All Patrol Officers with TASERs

June 13, 2008
The New York Police Department is considering giving stun guns to officers who walk the city's streets, a police spokesman said on Wednesday, prompting calls for restraint from a human rights group. Spokesman Paul Browne said police supervisors started carrying a compact version of the stun gun, which incapacitates people with a 50,000-volt jolt of electricity, last week.

Virginia Officer Killed in Line of Duty Remembered by Fellow Officers, Community

June 12, 2008
Bahr, 40, was killed Friday night after being shot by a man who police believe was heading to the Cowan Boulevard apartment of his ex-girlfriend to do her harm.

Anarchists, Activists Fret Over Possible Use of "Crap Cannon" at Denver Dem. Convention

June 11, 2008
Political activists planning protest rallies at the upcoming Democratic Convention in Denver have their stomachs in knots over a rumor about a crowd control weapon - known as the “crap cannon” - that might be unleashed against them.

FBI: Violent Crime Down 1.4 Percent in 2007

June 9, 2008
Violent crime in the United States declined 1.4 percent in 2007 compared with 2006, ending a two-year run during which the statistic increased, according to a preliminary FBI report issued Monday.

Suit Accuses Albuquerque PD of Racial Profiling

June 8, 2008
Albuquerque police officers stopped Edward Henry's rental car, forced him to get out at gunpoint and accused the Dallas engineer of coming to the city to steal a car, according to a federal lawsuit he has filed against the city. To the contrary, Henry, an engineer for ABB Inc., was in town in May 2006 to teach a class for the city-county water authority, but instead he left immediately after the incident.

S.C. Law Gives Bikers OK to Run Red Lights

May 30, 2008
South Carolina has joined six other states that let motorcyclists, mo-ped drivers and bicyclists run red lights that don't change within a couple minutes of their stopping.

Former Atlanta Officer Found Guilty of Lying to Investigators

May 21, 2008
The jury acquitted Tesler on two charges from the illegal 2006 narcotics raid in which officers shot and killed 92-year-old Kathryn Johnston in her northwest Atlanta home. It found him guilty of lying in an official investigation in the cover-up of police wrongdoing that followed the shooting.
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