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Missouri Officer Allegedly Traded DUI Citation for Sex

August 26, 2011
A former County Club Hills (Mo.) Police officer has been arrested for allegedly allowing a 24-year-old driver he pulled over for suspected drunk driving to get out of the citation in exchange for sex.

Jury Convicts Tulsa Cop, Clears Another

August 26, 2011
Jurors convicted Officer Jeff Henderson on eight of the 53 counts against him, and cleared Officer William Yelton on the eight charges he faced.

St. Louis Ward Hopes To Cut Crime 70% with Wireless Surveillance

August 26, 2011
St. Louis city and police officials have installed a new wireless video surveillance system in the 21st Ward, and have set a goal to reduce crime by 70 percent. Of the 28 wards in the city, the 21st Ward is the first to deploy this type of solution.

Massive Manhunt Underway After LAPD Cop Struck In Hail of Gunfire

August 26, 2011
The Los Angeles Police Department has launched a massive dragnet for the two men who sprayed an LAPD officer with gunfire, after a pedestrian stop in South Los Angeles.

LAPD Officer Stabbed, Suspect Shot

August 26, 2011
The officer responded to the 100 block of D Street. Officers arriving at the scene found a "sharp cane" at the scene. Officers had tried to subdue the man with a TASER.
<p>DeSantis Intruder for the Kimber Solo. Photo: DeSantis.</p>

DeSantis Introduces Intruder Concealment Holster

August 26, 2011
Desantis Gunhide has introduced the Intruder, a tuck-able concealment holster that's available for five company semi-autos and revolvers. The Kydex Intruder can be adjusted for height and cant and consists of a steer-hide back and Kydex-molded front.
<p>Photo: Carlson Wireless.</p>

Carlson Wireless Announces Trailblazer Point-to-Point Solution

August 26, 2011
The Trailblazer 5.9 is a point-to-point solution designed for back-hauling two-way radio communications or Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) projects because of its extraordinary resistance to interference and weather. The Trailblazer itself provides ultra-low fixed latency and rugged reliability, according to the company.

Muslim Groups Challenge NYPD's Intelligence Gathering

August 25, 2011
Muslim groups including the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) have asked the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate what they call the New York Police Department's "massive covert program to monitor the Muslim communities."

Report: 40% of Officers Shot This Year Were Ambushed

August 25, 2011
Of the 50 officers killed by gunfire this year, which is a 32 percent increase from the same time last year, at least 19 were victims of ambush or surprise attacks.

N.J. Makes It Easier for Defendants to Challenge Police Witness Interviews

August 25, 2011
A New Jersey Supreme Court decision will give criminal defendants greater latitude to challenge police witness interviews by setting up a special hearing whenever a defendant presents evidence that a witness's identification of a suspect was influenced by an officer.
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