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Albany Police Add Patrol Car Cameras

January 8, 2010
Albany patrol officers will now be able to record encounters with suspects, following the department's equipping of the cars with in-car video systems.

Chicago PD May Eliminate Entrance Exam

January 8, 2010
Critics think the concept of eliminating the written entrance exam is a mistake, and without the test the city would basically be giving badges and guns to people who have met only basic physical and mental requirements.

Minneapolis SWAT Officer Charged In Bank Robberies

January 8, 2010
Police have charged a Minneapolis SWAT officer, who may be connected with as many as a dozen bank robberies during the past two weeks.

Memphis Recruit Made Sex Tape With Minor

January 7, 2010
Gregory Marshall, 26, has been charged, following an investigation that began Monday when a supervisor at the academy got a complaint about Marshall's X-rated activities.

Massachusetts Officer May Have Posted Dead Body Picture On Facebook

January 7, 2010
The department is now investigating whether the picture depicting an apparent overdose victim laying face down on a couch with clutter and trash surrounding the couch is authentic.

PDSI Awarded Contract by L.A. County to Automate Public Safety Employee Scheduling

January 7, 2010
PDSI (Principal Decision Systems International) announces it has been selected by the County of Los Angeles Sheriff's Department for the Automated Employee Scheduling System (AESS) software project.
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Probe: Missteps Led to Oakland Police Killings

January 7, 2010
An independent report on the March 2009 slayings of four Oakland police officers released Wednesday concluded that two SWAT team members lost their lives in a poorly planned "ad hoc" raid in search of the killer that should have been called off.

Texas County to Use Twitter to Shame DWI Suspects

January 7, 2010
People caught driving while intoxicated in Montgomery County, Texas, are being busted in more ways than one. The county district attorney's office is now calling them out in the status-sphere by posting their names on its Twitter page for everyone to see.

Dallas Police Officer Fired for Not Responding to Emergency Call

January 7, 2010
Last week, Dallas Police Chief David Kunkle fired a 13-year-veteran after he failed to respond to a police call and instead went to conduct personal business at a bank.

Philly Police to Buy 1,000 TASERs

January 7, 2010
The Philadelphia Police Department has agreed to buy 1,000 Tasers to expand the use of less-than-lethal weapons by officers often called upon to deal with unruly, mentally ill people.
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