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Virginia Tech Marks Anniversary, Maintains It Did Nothing Wrong

April 16, 2011
Virginia Tech remembered the 32 students and faculty members killed in the mass shooting four years ago on the anniversary today, as school administrators continued to maintain they did nothing wrong in delaying school-wide notification.

Judge: Baltimore's Gun Registry Is Unconstitutional

April 15, 2011
Judge Alfred Nance said the police department, which oversees the program, had "failed or refused to comply" with establishing clear regulations for the registry, which required people convicted of gun crimes to provide addresses and other information with the city every six months for a period of three years.

Baltimore PD Launches Campaign to Hire City Residents

April 15, 2011
In announcing the project, Baltimore Police Commissioner Frederick H. Bealefeld III said the department is seeking to fill 300 positions over the next several months. The city has committed to hiring 400 new officers, despite a $120 million budget shortfall.

Ohio City Hires First Full-Time Female Officer

April 15, 2011
The New Franklin (Ohio) Police Department has hired its first full-time female officer, 37-year-old Monica Harvey, who mostly handles community policing assignments for the department.

Wyoming City OKs Personal Use of Patrol Cars

April 15, 2011
Cheyenne, Wyo., Mayor Rick Kasen has re-instituted a policy allowing the city's officers to use their patrol cars for personal use if they meet several conditions.

16 Mexican Officers Accused of Aiding Cartels

April 15, 2011
Sixteen Mexican police officers have been arrested for allegedly protecting drug-cartel gangsters suspects in the grisly slaying of more than 120 people whose bodies were found in mass graves near Tamaulipas in northern Mexico.

Radio Spectrum Auction Threatens Alarm Communications

April 15, 2011
Legislation currently being deliberated in Congress if adopted could result in the subsequent auctioning of portions of radio spectrum used by the electronic security industry to transmit alarm signals.

LAPD Rolls Out 'Zero Tolerance' Measures for Ballpark

April 14, 2011
Officers will be more aggressive about expelling people; and the stadium canceled its plan to sell half-priced beverages.

Suspect Found Dead In Charlotte Home, Following Standoff

April 14, 2011
Charlotte-Mecklenburg SWAT officers surrounded a home in the northern section of the city after receiving a call of shots fired at the location and, after attempting to contact the subject, entered the home to find him dead.

Arizona Cop's OIS Involved White Supremacist

April 14, 2011
Responding officers initially suspected they were responding to a domestic violence situation. When officers arrived, Cody Schaible began yelling at them and, when he made a threatening move toward police, an officer fired at him. Schaible had known ties to a white supremacist group.
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