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William Bratton is taking over the helm of the NYPD, what should be his top priority?

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William Bratton is taking over the helm of the NYPD, what should be his top priority?

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Is county law enforcement the answer to the crime spike in Camden, N.J.?

Yes, the county will bring additional resources to the problem.(54.8%)
No, local officers know the terrain best.(45.2%)

Will you watch the return of "America's Most Wanted" on the Lifetime Network?


Do you agree with a Florida trooper's decision to detain a speeding off-duty officer at gunpoint?

Yes, he was endangering the public(37.1%)
No, it was over the top(62.9%)

Are you attending IACP 2011 in Chicago?


Do you support open carry of firearms by law-abiding citizens?


Should the NYPD, or any LE agency, have the capability to shoot down civil aircraft?

Yes, as long as it stops a possible terror threat.(65.5%)
No, this is a job for the military.(34.5%)

What will be America's next patrol car, following Ford's discontinuation of the Crown Vic?

Chevy Caprice PPV(33.3%)
Dodge Charger Pursuit(31.1%)
Ford's Taurus-based Police Interceptor(27.8%)
Carbon Motors' E7(7.8%)

How do you handcuff a suspect before putting him/her in the cruiser?

Hands in front(5.4%)
Hands behind back(94.6%)

Who wins the award for Dumb Crook of the Week?

A man dressed as Gumby tries to rob a convenience store(32.7%)
A man tells two LAPD cops, "Officer I just stole this car."(38.8%)
A man waving a samurai sword tells an Indiana trooper he's "cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs."(28.6%)

Should the New Mexico State Police have fired an officer for having sex on a car hood at a remote ranch?

A suspension would suffice(41.8%)
No disciplinary action is required(11.8%)

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