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L.A. Times: Eliminating Red-Light Cameras Makes Sense

June 9, 2011
Following the Los Angeles Police Commission's decision to get rid of red-light cameras in the city, the Los Angeles Times published an editorial endorsing the move because "the evidence in favor of the cameras isn't compelling enough to urge the City Council to keep them running."

Police Trainer of Verbal Judo Dies

June 8, 2011
George Thompson, the English professor-turned-street cop who taught law enforcement professionals the art of verbally redirecting negative behavior, has died. Thompson, known as "Doc" to those trained in his methodology, died Tuesday at his home in Auburn, N.Y. He was 69.
<p><em><strong>Photo: Portland Police Bureau.</strong></em></p>

Portland Police Unveil Redesigned Patrol Cars

June 8, 2011
The new cars will be solid blue with white wrapped doors that display the words "Portland Police" and the slogan, "Sworn to protect. Dedicated to serve." A red rose appears between the words "protect" and "dedicated" on the vehicle.
<p><em><strong>Photo: Oneida County (N.Y.) Sheriff</strong></em></p>

Shotgun-Wielding DV Subject Shoots N.Y. Deputy

June 8, 2011
An Oneida County (N.Y.) Sheriff's deputy with almost four years of service was fatally shot by a man who had barricaded himself in his Augusta home, after threatening to kill his live-in girlfriend.
<p><em><strong>Photo: Dickson County (Tenn.) Sheriff's Office.</strong></em></p>

Tennessee Deputy Shot by Estranged Husband

June 8, 2011
Dickson County (Tenn.) Sheriff's Deputy Richard "Keith" Bellar succumbed Tuesday to injuries he sustained when a separated husband shot him in the head earlier in the week.

General Dynamics Itronix Introduces Rugged Notebook for LE

June 7, 2011
General Dynamics Itronix introduces the new, fully-rugged GD8200 notebook computer. The GD8200 delivers powerful computing, razor-sharp images in full sun and highly sensitive global positioning in a compact, fully-rugged case.

Trial Date Set for Teen Accused of Murdering St. Pete Cop

June 7, 2011
A trial date has been set for the teenager accused of killing a St. Petersburg police officer. Nicholas Lindsey will go on trial December 12 in the shooting death of Officer David Crawford.

California Latino Gang Accused of Anti-Black Terror Campaign

June 7, 2011
A federal grand jury has indicted 51 people allegedly associated with the Azusa 13 street gang, accusing them of harassing and terrorizing blacks in the Los Angeles County city of Azusa in incidents dating back to 1992.

NYPD Officer Sued by Illegal Immigrant Who Stabbed Him in the Head

June 7, 2011
A hero NYPD cop was forced to relive the horror of his brush with death Monday under questioning by the psycho who stabbed him in the brain in a Brooklyn subway station.

Accused Dallas Cop Killer Says He Didn't Know Police Were at His Door

June 7, 2011
Charles Payne testified this morning in his death penalty trial for allegedly shooting and killing a Dallas police officer that after asking who was at the door and not hearing a response, he got his gun from under the couch. He then cracked opened the door and it hit him in the face.
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