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Va. Teacher Charged With Firing Blanks at Students

April 25, 2012
A teacher at William H. Neff Center, a career and technical school, was charged with 12 felony counts of brandishing a firearm on school property after he allegedly lined students up against a classroom wall and fired a starter pistol at them, execution-style.

G4S Technology Gains DHS Approval

April 25, 2012
G4S Technology's physical and electronic security solutions were again "designated" and "certified" as Qualified Anti-Terrorism Technology (QATT) by the United States Department of Homeland Security.
<p>Photo courtesy of Vincennes University.</p>

Ind. University Dedicates Homeland Security Building

April 25, 2012
Indiana's Vincennes University unveiled its Homeland Security and Public Safety Building with one of the top forensics labs in the state during an April dedication.

Video: Feds Probe Conn. Cop for Brutality

April 25, 2012
A hospital security videotape shows a Meriden (Conn.) Police Department officer, under federal investigation for police brutality, throwing several punches at a man already on the ground and then shocking him with a TASER while another officer holds the man down.

N.M. Sheriff To Deputy: Release DWI Suspect

April 25, 2012
A New Mexico sheriff's deputy refused his sheriff's order to release a drunk-driving suspect, causing an angry brawl that was captured by another deputy in an audio recording.

Wash. Cop Cleared In Teen's Fatal Shooting

April 25, 2012
A Tacoma (Wash.) Police officer won't face charges for fatally shooting a teenager who tried to back into him with a stolen car.

Fla. Deputy Fired for Visiting Strip Clubs On Duty

April 25, 2012
Dep. Erik Knutsen, who was let go in February, visited The Booby Trap, The Cheetah III, or sometimes the late-hours Allstar's while in uniform.

Oakland Police Alter Crowd-Control Policy

April 25, 2012
The Oakland Police Department will implement "major reforms" in crowd-control tactics, as a result of Occupy protests that resulted in injuries and widespread use of tear gas last fall triggered hundreds of abuse complaints.
<p>Photo: POLICE file</p>

U.S. Supreme Court Hears Ariz. Immigration Law

April 24, 2012
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments about Arizona's tough immigration law on Wednesday in a landmark case expected to provide clarity about whether states can enforce federal immigration laws.

Calif. Voters To Decide On Death Penalty

April 24, 2012
An initiative that would abolish the death penalty in favor of life without parole has qualified for the November ballot in California.
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