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Goldwater Institute Sues Phoenix Over Police Union Work

December 8, 2011
The Goldwater Institute is suing Phoenix and its biggest police union on behalf of two residents in an attempt to bar some Phoenix police officers from collecting a city salary for time spent doing work for the union, according to records filed Wednesday at Maricopa County Superior Court.

Denver PD 'Regrets' Officers' Occupy Texts

December 8, 2011
A 30-page volume of car-to-car text messages released Wednesday by the Denver Police Department shows — in occasionally unflattering detail — the behind-the-scenes attitudes and frustrations of officers assigned to patrol Occupy Denver protests.

FBI to Change Official Definition of Rape

December 8, 2011
The revamped description will be broader, pleasing activists who say the current definition leads to the low-balling of sexual assault cases, and also discourages victims from coming forward.

Seattle PD Disciplined Wrong Cop in Jaywalker Punching Incident

December 8, 2011
The Seattle Police Department mistakenly disciplined the wrong officer in a case involving two cops who assaulted a jaywalker in the Rainier Valley, a department official said Wednesday.

Last Honolulu Police Matron Retires

December 8, 2011
Honolulu (Hawaii) Police Officer Sylvia Dawson's retirement brings an end to the era of matrons who carried badges but no guns for the agency.
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NYPD: Thefts of Smartphones and iPads More Likely Than Cash

December 8, 2011
Half of the nearly 16,000 robberies in New York City over the first 10 months of the year have involved trendy gadgets such as smartphones and iPads, according to an NYPD study.

Minneapolis Police Rehire Laid-Off Recruits

December 7, 2011
The Minneapolis (Minn.) Police Department will rehire nine officers who had been laid off in 2009, after graduating from the academy.

Calif. Cops Subdue Naked Bodybuilder

December 7, 2011
It took four Colton (Calif.) Police officers and four sets of handcuffs to subdue a naked, 300-pound bodybuilder who had attacked a couple at their home.

Teen Threatened 'Columbine-Style' Attack at Illinois High School

December 7, 2011
A Metea Valley High School student must undergo a psychological evaluation after threatening to commit a 'Columbine-style' attack at the campus.

UC Berkeley Shooting Probably ‘Suicide by Cop’

December 7, 2011
The fatal shooting of a student at the University of California, Berkeley, last month was most likely suicidal, the UC Berkeley Police Department has announced.
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