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Video: NC Governor Sends in Guard, Troopers After Second Night of Charlotte Riots

September 22, 2016
Governor Pat McCrory declared a State of Emergency to initiate efforts to deploy the North Carolina National Guard after a second night of rioting in Charlotte Wednesday.

Video: Chicago Chief Looking to Hire Nearly 1,000 Officers

September 21, 2016
Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson has announced plans to hire nearly 1,000 new police officers in the next two years.

Virginia State Police Facing Extreme Personnel Shortage

September 21, 2016
The Virginia State Police is experiencing a severe manpower shortage, creating policing deficits on state roadways that officials say make highway safety unsustainable in the long term.

Citizenship Given to 858 Security-Risk Subjects Because of DHS Fingerprint Errors

September 21, 2016
At least 858 people from countries that are of concern to the United States' national security were able to avoid deportation orders — and actually received citizenship — due to incomplete digital fingerprint records, according to a report released Monday.

Video: Sacramento Mayor Promises Police Reform After Footage Released of Fatal July OIS

September 21, 2016
Sacramento police on Tuesday released video that shows a mentally ill man running from police officers, then stopping to gesture at them before they shot and killed him in July.

MD State's Attorney Rules Fatal Police Shooting of Korryn Gaines Justified

September 21, 2016
The Baltimore County State’s Attorney’s Office has announced that no criminal charges will be filed against the Baltimore County Police officer involved in the fatal shooting of Korryn Gaines on Aug. 1 in Randallstown, MD.

Video: Charlotte Chief Says Suspect Given Multiple Warnings to Drop Weapon Before Fatal OIS

September 21, 2016
Kerr Putney, chief of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department, said at a press conference Wednesday morning that Keith Lamont Scott, 43, had a gun in his hand when he was shot by police officers and that he was warned multiple times to drop the weapon.

Ford Offers Police Vehicle Driving Event in Texas

September 21, 2016
Ford has announced it will host an exclusive Police Interceptor drive on Sept. 29 in Fort Worth, Texas. Government fleet managers and purchasers are invited to attend the event and will have the opportunity to drive the Police Interceptor Sedan, Police Interceptor Utility, and both the F-150 Special Service Vehicle (SSV) and Expedition SSV. The Transit Prisoner Transport Vehicle (PTV) will also be on display.
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Ring's Manufacturing Introduces Walther PPS M2 Training Bluegun

September 21, 2016
Ring's Manufacturing has introduced a Walther PPS M2 Bluegun training pistol replica. The PPS training pistol is molded from solid blue polyurethane to differentiate it from a live weapon.

Video: 12 Charlotte Officers Injured, Police Vehicles Damaged in Rioting After Fatal OIS

September 21, 2016
Rioting that erupted after a fatal officer-involved shooting in Charlotte, NC, injured 12 officers, damaged police vehicles, and blocked Interstate 85 Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning.
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