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Minneapolis Police to Begin Tracking Race, Gender on Traffic, Other Stops

September 16, 2016
The Minneapolis Police Department has begun tracking the ethnicities and other demographic characteristics of drivers and pedestrians stopped by its officers to determine whether racial profiling is a common problem in Minnesota's largest city.
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FBI Tightens Its Policies for Impersonating Journalists

September 16, 2016
The FBI has imposed new restrictions on its agents' ability to masquerade as reporters following an uproar over the impersonation of an Associated Press journalist, but the agency has stopped short of ruling out the practice as news organizations had wanted.

NASRO Releases Statement on Federal School Policing Recommendations

September 16, 2016
Like Education Secretary King, we believe that administering formal school discipline belongs solely in the hands of educators, and that educators should be well trained to address behavioral issues through a variety of interventions that do not involve law enforcement officers.
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NYPD Officer Attacked with Butcher Knife, Suspect Shot

September 15, 2016
A Midtown NYPD officer was whacked in the head with a butcher knife during a harrowing rush hour scene just steps from Madison Square Garden on Thursday.
<p>Sandra Bland at the time of her arrest in July 2015. (Photo: Waller County Sheriff&#39;s Office)</p>

Sandra Bland's Family Settles In-Custody Death Suit for $1.9 Million and Jail Procedure Changes

September 15, 2016
The settlement includes compensation for Bland's death in custody as well as several changes to jail procedures in Waller County, Texas. Bland was found dead in her jail cell three days after she was arrested for failing to use her turn signal in July 2015.
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NC Prosecutors Will Seek Death Penalty for Accused Cop Killer

September 15, 2016
The Cleveland County (NC) District Attorney's Office confirmed Wednesday they will be seeking the death penalty in the trial of accused cop killer Irving Fenner Jr.
<p>Trooper Kenneth Velez (Photo: Ohio State Highway Patrol)</p>

Ohio State Trooper Struck, Killed on Interstate Near Cleveland

September 15, 2016
A Trooper from the Ohio State Highway Patrol was struck and killed along Interstate 90 just west of Cleveland on Thursday.

Arkansas Officer Killed in Patrol Vehicle Collision with Deer

September 15, 2016
An officer with the McCrory, AR, police department was killed in a automotive crash on Highway 17 Thursday morning.

CT SWAT Officers Breathe in Fentanyl, Heroin During Drug Raid

September 15, 2016
A flash-bang grenade tossed into a stash house in Hartford, CT, Tuesday night kicked up powdered fentanyl and heroin that SWAT officers raiding the building breathed in, police said.
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