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San Jose Facing Emergency Shortage of Police

August 23, 2016
Police Chief Eddie Garcia, POA leaders and city officials met for about an hour Monday to discuss the situation. That's seen by many as an indication the city could make the emergency declaration as early as next week.

California Crime Measure Results in 52,000 Fewer Arrests, Crime Rate Rising

August 23, 2016
Recent state Department of Justice statistics show the number of felony arrests plummeted 28.5 percent last year, while misdemeanor arrests rose about 9 percent over 2014. That resulted in 52,000 fewer arrests overall and the lowest arrest rate since record-keeping began in 1960.

Video: Sheriff Clark on What's Wrong in Milwaukee and in America

August 23, 2016
Milwaukee County (WI) Sheriff David Clarke was interviewed on the "Frontlines" show on NRA News. He spoke about the American problems that have made law enforcement a much tougher profession than when he worked the streets. He also slammed Black Lives Matter.
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Indiana's Lawrence Police Department to Deploy Utility's BodyWorn Body Camera

August 22, 2016
Utility Inc. announced today that the Lawrence Police Department in Indiana will equip its police force with BodyWorn body cameras to provide transparency and accountability in police operations.

WI Attorney General Says No Early Release of Milwaukee OIS Video

August 22, 2016
Body camera footage of a fatal police shooting that sparked rioting in Milwaukee's Sherman Park neighborhood will not be released until the Milwaukee County district attorney makes a charging decision, Attorney General Brad Schimel said Monday.

Green Party Presidential Candidate Wants to Disarm Police

August 22, 2016
Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein elaborated on her aim for the U.S. "to explore what it means to disarm our police force," saying that it was something to look into in the future.

Cincinnati FOP Wants Extra Pay for Officers who Wear Body Cameras

August 22, 2016
A lawyer for Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #69, Stephen Lazarus, sent the city a "cease and desist" letter, saying until pay for wearing the equipment has been decided, officers shouldn't wear them. He asked that the city cease the program by Wednesday at the latest, pending the bargaining process.

Video: Louisiana Trooper Shot, Suspect Killed in Sunday Shootout

August 22, 2016
A Louisiana State Police trooper was wounded and a suspect was killed in two Sunday evening shootouts in the 7th Ward neighborhood of New Orleans.
<p>Kingman, AZ, police K-9 Amigo died Saturday after suffering heat exhaustion last week while helping search for lost hikers. (Photo: Kingman PD)</p>

Arizona K-9 Dies After Helping Rescue Injured Hikers

August 22, 2016
Kingman police say K9 Amigo, a Belgian Malinois, died Saturday morning at a veterinary critical care facility in Las Vegas.

Armor Express Hosts Saves Retreat at Northern Michigan Headquarters

August 22, 2016
Six police officers who credit Armor Express body armor with saving their lives from death or serious injury gathered with their families in Central Lake, MI, to partake in a company sponsored Saves Retreat.
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