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Mass. College Arms Campus Police With Service Weapons

February 8, 2012
The Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts trustee board voted 10 to one to arm campus police with firearms, despite a mostly negative reaction from the student body.

Fla. Chief Advises Homeowners To Install CCTV Cameras

February 8, 2012
In an effort to solve more property crime and burglary cases, the Orlando Police Department (OPD) is encouraging homeowners to install video surveillance cameras.
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Report: Dash Cam Goes HD

February 8, 2012
The high definition (HD) in-car police video surveillance market in the United States will grow more than 20% in the next four years, despite decreasing police department budgets, according to a report by IMS Research.

Hackers Post West Virgina Officers' Info Online

February 8, 2012
Hackers affiliated with the group Anonymous obtained personal information for more than 150 police officers from an old website of the West Virginia Chiefs of Police Association and posted the data online.

Dallas Transit Cop Shot, Two Passengers Killed

February 8, 2012
A bystander was killed and two people, including a Dallas Area Rapid Transit police officer, were injured in a gun battle at a train station in Richardson. The gunman was later fatally shot in a nearby building.

San Diego Cop Pulls Driver From Burning Car

February 8, 2012
A San Diego Police officer who witnessed a fiery crash Tuesday night in Clairemont broke the window of a car and pulled the unconscious driver from the burning wreckage.

Video: S.C. Cop who Lost Leg Tries Out for SWAT

February 7, 2012
As a former Marine, Spartanburg (S.C.) Police Officer Keith Soules is bringing his never-say-die approach to accomplishing his dream of joining the agency's tactical team.

Syracuse Settles Police Gender Discrimination Suit

February 7, 2012
The Syracuse Common Council approved paying $375,000 to settle a gender-discrimination lawsuit filed in 2009 by a female officer of the Syracuse Police Department.
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Recruits Face Long Road In Michigan

February 7, 2012
About one half of the more than 400 recruits who graduate from Michigan's 19 police academies each year find placement with agencies. The state has lost more than 3,000 police jobs since 2001.

Oakland Considers Getting Tougher On Occupiers

February 7, 2012
Oakland's City Council tonight will consider beefing up enforcement of protest-related laws as a response to escalating Occupy demonstrations. The Oakland Police Department has been selective about enforcing certain protest-related laws, often refraining from arrests or citations unless a protest turns violent.
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