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DOJ Set to Release 6,000 Prisoners from Federal Prison

October 6, 2015
The panel estimated that its change in sentencing guidelines eventually could result in 46,000 of the nation’s approximately 100,000 drug offenders in federal prison qualifying for early release. The 6,000 figure, which has not been reported previously, is the first tranche in that process.

San Antonio PD Wants to Lower Recruit Drug Standards

October 6, 2015
"Right now, we have a shortage of officers," said Police Chief William McManus. "We are trying to speed up that process."

Video: Milwaukee Officers Wounded on Duty Sue Gun Store

October 6, 2015
Milwaukee police officers Bryan Norberg and Graham Kunisch took the stand Monday, recounting the 2009 shooting incident that left them with devastating injuries. Surveillance video shows the officers confronting Julius Burton just before he opened fire on them.

Disturbing Instagram Post Shows Armed Man Stalking LAPD Officer

October 6, 2015
The video, which had gone viral, is enough for the wife of an L.A. police officer to think someone may be sending a threat. “It’s completely frightening, and I know that a lot of the wives are scared,” she said.

Chicago-Area Police Training Unit Closing Because of State Budget Issues

October 6, 2015
North East Multi-Regional Training will be forced to close mid-November if the state doesn't pay its share of the costs, said Philip Brankin, the unit's executive director. The state-funded agency is responsible for training law enforcement personnel across 321 police agencies in the greater Chicago area.

Dunkin’ Donuts Worker Writes ‘#BlackLivesMatter’ on Rhode Island Officer’s Cup

October 6, 2015
A Providence Police officer went to purchase a coffee on Friday night and his cup had a message from the Dunkin' Donuts employee writen on the cup, "#BlackLivesMattter."

Pittsburgh Police Department to Expand Use of Body Cameras

October 5, 2015
In a reversal of their position, Pittsburgh's top police officials will allow patrol officers to wear video cameras, even though it's illegal to record inside someone's home.

Oregon Campus Shooter Killed Himself

October 5, 2015
The shooter behind the deadly rampage at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon, apparently committed suicide after exchanging gunfire with officers, Douglas County Sheriff John Hanlin said.
<p>Photo: Maryland State Police</p>

Maryland Trooper Struck by Impaired Driver

October 5, 2015
A Maryland State trooper's vehicle was struck during an attempt to stop an impaired driver Sunday night.

Video: Wyoming K-9 Saves Handler

October 5, 2015
A Cheyenne (WY) PD K-9 is being credited with saving his handler from an attack Tuesday morning.
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