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Video: Calif. Campus Chief Placed on Leave After Pepper-Spray Incident

November 21, 2011
Administrators said they placed Chief Annette Spicuzza on leave as "a necessary step toward restoring trust on our campus," UC Davis Chancellor Linda Katehi, said in a statement.

Star Restored to Slain Chicago Officer

November 9, 2011
Chicago police superintendent Garry McCarthy has restored the star to an officer who was allegedly slain by her grandson so she can be buried with a badge.

Miami Chief Says Speeding Officer 'Will Pay'

November 1, 2011
In an interview with Local 10 on Monday, Miami Police Chief Manuel Orosa said, "He was endangering everybody around him, and he, like my predecessor used to say, he did a knuckle-headed move, and he will pay for it."

New Denver Chief Says Agency Will Be 'More Transparent'

October 31, 2011
Robert White will make the Denver Police Department a "more transparent" agency if the City Council approves him as the new chief, he said during a press conference on Saturday.

Flasher Arrested After Knocking on Chief's Door

October 27, 2011
A Pennsylvania police chief arrested a flasher who knocked on his door and told the chief he was there to "scare the children."

Asst. Oakland Police Chief Again Takes Over Agency

October 16, 2011
For the second time in three years, Assistant Chief Howard Jordan has been named interim chief of the Oakland Police Department.

Oakland Chief Resigns, Citing Lack of Resources

October 12, 2011
Two years after taking the job, Oakland Police Chief Anthony Batts resigned from a department that has lost 150 officers since his arrival.

California Chiefs: Open Carry Is An Officer Safety Issue

October 11, 2011
A northern California police chief at the center of the open-carry debate tells POLICE Magazine that the state's law enforcement community generally supports the ban that goes into effect Jan. 1. Many POLICE readers disagreed.

California Chiefs Back Open-Carry Ban

October 10, 2011
Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday signed AB144, which makes it a misdemeanor to carry an exposed and unloaded gun in public or in vehicles. Violators face up to a year in prison or a potential fine of $1,000 when the law takes effect Jan 1.

Metro D.C. PD To Hire 300 Cops

October 1, 2011
The Metropolitan (D.C.) Police Department should grow to 3,900 officers in the coming year, following Mayor Vincent Gray's announcement that the agency will hire 300 officers.

BART Officers Lack Crisis Training, Chief Says

September 30, 2011
The chief of the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) police department told state legislators this week that only a fraction of his officers have been trained in crisis intervention methods that would help them deal with people who are mentally ill.

State, IA Clear Fla. Chief who Voided Cop's Jaywalking Ticket

September 15, 2011
An internal affairs investigation has cleared West Palm Beach, Fla., Police Chief Delsa Bush who had voided a jaywalking ticket one of her officers issued to a city employee.

Miami City Commission Fires Chief

September 12, 2011
Commissioners upheld a decision by City Manager Johnny Martinez, who suspended Exposito last week for insubordination. The decision ended more than three days of debate over the chief's future.

West Memphis Chief Retires To Educate LE About Sovereign Citizens

September 1, 2011
West Memphis (Ark.) Police Chief Bob Paudert, who lost his son and another officer in a roadside gunfight with two sovereign citizens, is stepping down to educate law enforcement groups about the dangers of sovereign citizens.

LAPD Unveils Chief Gates Sculpture at Academy

August 31, 2011
Earlier this month, the Los Angeles Police Department unveiled a sculpture of former Chief Daryl F. Gates at the Police Academy. Hundreds of active and retired LAPD officers attended the unveiling.

Video: Indy Chief Declares War on Those Who Shot Cop

August 29, 2011
An outraged Indianapolis Metro Police Chief Paul Ciesielski told a local media outlet his department has "declared war" on the suspect(s) who shot an officer in a drive-by on Saturday.

Slain Pa. Cop Had Pointed Stun Gun at Attacking Dogs

August 12, 2011
Officer Robert Lasso was shot and killed after responding to a disturbance call at a home, where he was attacked by two dogs. The officer fired a stun gun at the dogs, prompting the suspect to fire his shotgun at the officer.

Camden Police Director Resigns After Council Nixes Appointment

August 11, 2011
Camden's Mayor Dana Redd hired Lanuel J. Ferguson, a high-ranking member of the New Jersey State Police, in July and agreed to pay him a $100,000 salary. The City Council refused to confirm him as police director and members said the money could be better used to hire back patrol officers who were laid off earlier this year.

Vermont Sheriff Named To Late Wife's Job

August 11, 2011
Sgt. Ray Allen took over as sheriff of Grand Isle County, Vt., on Wednesday with mixed emotions — grateful for the opportunity, yet sad to replace the prior sheriff. Sheriff Allen has taken over a job left open when the former sheriff, and his wife, took her own life earlier this summer.

Embattled Fullerton Chief Goes on Medical Leave

August 11, 2011
Following the decision by Chief Michael Sellers' doctor to place the chief on medical leave, City Manager Joe Felz named Capt. Kevin Hamilton as interim chief.
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