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Dallas Officer Fired For Sexting 17-Year-Old At School

January 17, 2010
Dallas Police Chief David Kunkle has terminated officer Bryan Crews for sending nude pictures of himself via text message, failing to provide violators with copies of citations and other actions.

Detroit Police to Open Text Tip Line

January 14, 2010
For weeks, the black-and-orange billboard loomed over I-94 in Detroit with an ambiguous and ominous one-word message: CRIME.

Ohio Supreme Court Rules Warrant Needed To Search Cell Phones

December 17, 2009
Ohio patrol officers looking to gather evidence from the cell phones of people they question will now need a search warrant, following a ruling by that state's high court.

U.S. Supreme Court Will Hear LE Texting Case

December 14, 2009
The nation's high court will hear a case involving a California SWAT sergeant who was fired for using his departmental pager to transmit sexually explicit messages to his wife.

Pittsburgh PD Uses Text Messaging During G-20 Protest

October 1, 2009
Part of the story of how the department kept protests from getting too unruly can be told by explaining a new text-messaging technology to share information about protester activities instantly within its own command structure, as well as with outside agencies.

Iowa 911 Call Center First to Accept Text Messages

August 24, 2009
An emergency call center in the basement of the county jail in Waterloo, Iowa, became the first in the country to accept text messages sent to "911," starting Wednesday.

New Mexico Chief Wants Text Tips

June 26, 2009

The interim chief of the Carlsbad (N.M.) Police Department has introduced a program allowing tipsters to submit anonymous text messages via cell phones to law enforcement agencies.

LAPD Unveils New Tipster Tool: Anonymous Text Messages

September 18, 2008
Los Angeles Police Chief William J. Bratton on Wednesday unveiled a new system allowing people to provide anonymous crime tips to police through text messages and the department's website.

NYPD to Use Cell Phone Images to Catch Bad Guys

September 11, 2008
Now New Yorkers can send images and videos from their phone to cops regarding crimes, and to 311 regarding quality of life issues.
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