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Video: California Police Chief Buys Homeless Family a Car

December 10, 2015
A down-on-their-luck family will have a new car this holiday season thanks to the generosity of the head of the Marysville Police Department in Northern California.

Chicago Chief Fired in Wake of McDonald Shooting Protests

December 1, 2015
Emanuel said he and McCarthy began discussing the future of the police department on Sunday. "This morning, I formally asked for his resignation," Emanuel said at a City Hall news conference where he appointed a task force to look at police accountability.

Texas Chief Shot in Face While Working Off Duty at Bar

November 2, 2015
A Texas police chief is in critical condition after being shot in the face while working security at a bar early Sunday morning, authorities said. More Here.

Video: Texas Chief Shot in Face While Working Off Duty at Bar

November 2, 2015
A Texas police chief is in critical condition after being shot in the face while working security at a bar early Sunday morning, authorities said.

Chiefs Say Incarceration and Crime Can be Cut at the Same Time

October 23, 2015
Can our country roll back sentences and release prisoners without sacrificing decades of hard-won reductions in crime? Many are skeptical. They fear we are on the brink of a spike in violent crime, already reported in some cities this year.

Chiefs, Prosecutors Launch Initiative to Reduce Prison Population

October 22, 2015
More than a hundred of the nation's top police chiefs and prosecutors joined forces this week to launch a new effort to cut the number of people in prison. The new coalition of 120 heavyweights, called Law Enforcement Leaders to Reduce Crime and Incarceration, is based on one big idea: Putting too many people behind bars doesn't keep the public safe.

New Baltimore Police Chief Confirmed

October 20, 2015
Amid protests by youth activists, the Baltimore City Council voted overwhelmingly to confirm Kevin Davis as the city’s new police chief Monday night.

Philly Police Commissioner Announces Retirement

October 19, 2015
Ramsey's retirement will be effective on January 7th, the anniversary of his swearing-in back in 2008. He thanked Mayor Michael Nutter, whose second term also ends in January. More Here.

Video: Philly Police Commissioner Announces Retirement

October 19, 2015
Ramsey's retirement will be effective on January 7th, the anniversary of his swearing-in back in 2008. He thanked Mayor Michael Nutter, whose second term also ends in January.

Former Louisiana Police Chief Given 1-Year Sentence for Tasing Prisoners

October 15, 2015
Dupuis, 57, of Mamou, pleaded guilty to one count of violation of an individual’s civil rights on April 13 and was sentenced Wednesday by U.S. District Court.

Baltimore PD Breaks Up Sit-In Protest at City Hall Over Police Commissioner Selection

October 15, 2015
Baltimore police disbanded an overnight occupation of City Hall by activists who say they want a voice in the process of selecting a permanent police commissioner, and at least 16 people could be seen being led away to police vehicles early Thursday. More Here.

Video: Baltimore PD Breaks Up Sit-In Protest at City Hall Over Police Commissioner Selection

October 15, 2015
Baltimore police disbanded an overnight occupation of City Hall by activists who say they want a voice in the process of selecting a permanent police commissioner, and at least 16 people could be seen being led away to police vehicles early Thursday.

Resisting Reserve Officers Not a Crime in Michigan

September 22, 2015
Resisting or obstructing a reserve police officer in Michigan isn't a crime, according to a recent Michigan Court of Appeals ruling that at least one statewide law enforcement official says will have "huge ramifications for public safety."

Video: Arkansas Chief to Resign to Keep Family Safe

September 22, 2015
Bald Knob, Ark., Police Chief Erek Balentine is resigning, saying he feels that doing so will better the safety of his family after his truck was vandalized.

Arkansas Chief to Resign to Keep Family Safe

September 22, 2015
Bald Knob, Ark., Police Chief Erek Balentine is resigning, saying he feels that doing so will better the safety of his family. His announcement of resignation comes just days after his truck was vandalized overnight. More Here.

'Black Lives Matter' Post Leads to North Carolina Chief's Retirement

September 16, 2015
Surf City, N.C., Police Chief Mike Halstead has retired effective immediately following an emergency meeting called in reference to a Facebook post he made. Major Ron Shanahan will take over as Interim Chief.

Baltimore Mayor Seeks to Make Interim Chief Permanent

September 14, 2015
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will look to make acting police commissioner Kevin Davis the permanent head of the city police department, her spokesman said Monday.

Man Killed After Reportedly Shooting Oklahoma Chief

September 14, 2015
A law enforcement encounter with a McAlester, Okla., man turned deadly early Sunday morning, leaving the man dead and a local police chief seriously wounded.

Cincinnati City Manager Fires Police Chief

September 10, 2015
Blackwell's firing comes in the wake of the police union calling a special meeting for Monday where it planned to take a vote of no confidence in the chief.

More Than 1,100 D.C. Officers Express "No Confidence" in Chief Lanier

August 31, 2015
Of 1,150 officers who cast ballots in the online vote sponsored by the Fraternal Order of Police labor union, 1,122 cast a no confidence ballot, according to the organization’s chairman, Delroy Burton.
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