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Supreme Court Sides With Police on Evidence-Destruction Case

May 16, 2011
A U.S. Supreme Court decision handed down Monday gives law enforcement officers the right to forcibly enter a residence if they suspect evidence is being destroyed after they have announced their presence.
<p><em><strong>The cover page of the "law enforcement sensitive" documents. Screenshot: AnimalNewYork.</strong></em></p>

Blogger Finds Sensitive NYPD Counter-terror Docs In Trash Can

May 16, 2011
A New York blogger found documents from the New York Police Department's Chemical Ordinance, Biological and Radiological Awareness (COBRA) task force, and posted them online.
<p><em><strong>Screenshot: Cleveland.com.</strong></em></p>

Video: Cleveland Lays Off 123 Officers, Cadets

May 16, 2011
The Cleveland Division of Police will lose 81 sworn officers and 42 cadets in a municipal budget-cutting plan that will also result in the demotion of four sergeants.

Pittsburgh Squad and Ambulance Collide

May 16, 2011
Pittsburgh Police are investigating two cruiser crashes over the weekend, including one patrol car's collision with an ambulance as both were responding to a fatal shooting.
<p><em><strong>Panasonic's Toughbook 53 4G laptop will ship in June. Photo: Panasonic.</strong></em></p>

Panasonic Introduces 4G Toughbook Laptop

May 16, 2011
Panasonic's Toughbook 53 is the company's first rugged laptop that can operate on 4G LTE mobile broadband. The Toughbook 53, which weighs 5.6 pounds and delivers up to 10 hours of battery life, arrives with a 14-inch high-def display. The Toughbook 53 is powered by a second generation Intel i5 or i3 processor.

'60 Minutes' Profiles Sovereign Citizen Movement

May 16, 2011
Sovereign citizens are Americans who believe the country's laws don't apply to them. They ignore requirements such as driver's licenses and social security cards and oftentimes don't pay taxes.

Obama Skips Police Week, Hosts Controversial Rapper

May 15, 2011
Obama did not attend the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund's candlelight vigil Friday evening. He also skipped the Peace Officer's Memorial Service on Sunday on the West Front of the U.S. Capitol. President George W. Bush attended the Peace Officer's Memorial every year except one.

NLEOMF: Fly Flags At Half Staff On National Peace Officers Memorial Day

May 14, 2011
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund is reminding the public to fly flags at half mast on Sunday, Peace Officers Memorial Day.
<p><em><strong>Abilene (Texas) Police officers raise their candles to show solidarity with the fallen officers. Photo: Paul Clinton.</strong></em></p>

Fallen Officers Honored at National Police Memorial Vigil

May 13, 2011
The candlelight vigil that crowns National Police Week with a tribute to fallen officers took on a more somber tone this year, as law enforcement supporters honored a growing list of names.

Atlanta Suburb Approves Ads on Patrol Cars

May 13, 2011
The ads won't be large NASCAR-sized ads or vehicle wraps, but smaller ads that could be placed on the vehicle's fender. Also, the city won't accept racy or controversial sponsors.
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