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N.Y. Cops 'Displayed' Sex Toys, Lawsuit Claims

August 29, 2012
When cops couldn't find a gun in a Bronx man's home, they settled for taking out his mother's sex toys and displaying them around the apartment, the 22-year-old claims in a lawsuit.
<p>CC_Flickr: <a href=&quot;http://www.flickr.com/photos/42757699@N04/5085265159/&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;>Neon Tommy</a></p>

Public Safety Unions Oppose Calif. Gov.'s 'Radical' Pension Plan

August 28, 2012
California Governor Jerry Brown introduced what he called "radical change" to the pension system Tuesday, a plan that met with stiff opposition from the state's public employee unions.

Ind. C.O. Collapses, Dies

August 28, 2012
An Indiana correctional officer collapsed and died Sunday, after working with an "unruly inmate." Officer Timothy Betts, 51, Wabash Valley Correctional Facility was escorting the inmate to segregation Sunday.
<p>Screenshot via Baltimore Sun.</p>

Baltimore Hires Former Oakland Chief As Police Commissioner

August 28, 2012
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has selected former Oakland (Calif.) Police Chief Anthony Batts as the city's next police commissioner, bringing in a leader who has been hailed as an innovator but who struggled to push his agenda at his last job.

Ark. Cop Reprimanded In Chavis Carter Case

August 28, 2012
An Arkansas police officer who twice frisked a man who authorities say subsequently shot himself to death while handcuffed in a patrol car has returned to active duty but must undergo more training and face an official reprimand.

Video: Kan. Cops Cleared In Dollar Store Shooting

August 28, 2012
The Wichita (Kan.) Police Department has released surveillance video, 911 tapes, and photographs from an October robbery of a Dollar store showing a fatal officer-involved shooting of a man with a knife.
<p>Screenshot via N.Y.P.D.</p>

NYC Shooter's Mom: Cops Justified In Killing Son

August 28, 2012
The mother of Jeffrey Johnson said she doesn't blame the New York Police Department officers who killed her son after he fatally shot a former co-worker on a crowded sidewalk.
<p>Robert Wayne Gladden, Jr. Photo: Baltimore County P.D.</p>

Md. School Shooter Charged As Adult

August 28, 2012
The 15-year-old Perry Hall High School student suspected of shooting a 17-year-old classmate on Monday will face attempted first-degree murder and first-degree assault charges.
<p>The MK-9S delivers 8 to 10 short bursts and has an effective range of over 15 feet, with a total weight of 12.7 ounces.</p>

Defense Technology Announces New First Defense OC Vapor

August 28, 2012
The MK-9S is a pepper spray with an intense concentration of major capsaicinoids that is non-flammable and produces a high volume mist, exceeding CRT and DOT flammability protocols. This formulation evaporates in a very short distance, eliminating the need for extensive area clean-up or personal decontamination procedures.

Ga. Agency Converts 25 Patrol Cars to Propane Autogas

August 28, 2012
The move will save the department more than $11,000 in fuel costs and will displace nearly 10 tons of greenhouse gas emissions over a period of three months, according to Alliance Autogas.
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