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Houston Police Union Pushes for 2-Officer Cars

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The Houston Police Officers Union president asked the Houston PD chief to put two police officers in each patrol car out of a concern for officer safety after someone drove by and fired three shots at an officer on a traffic stop Tuesday. More Here.

December 31, 2014
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TERRY @ 1/4/2015 6:32 PM

You want to be short some officers Chief, just let one by himself on patrol get seriously injured or killed and you will lose more officers than you can shake a stick at. Community policing is the best answer right now and putting two officers in a unit the best idea.

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