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Acevedo Officially Fired by City of Miami

Acevedo Officially Fired by City of Miami

“It’s a litany of things,” interim chief Manny Morales said when asked by the city’s attorney to explain why Acevedo had lost the trust of officers. “But it perhaps boils down to the systematical or systematic demoralization of the police department that has been a result of his leadership style.”

October 15, 2021

Attorneys for Former MN Officer who Fatally Shot Woman During 911 Response Want 3.5-Year Sentence
Accused Parkland High School Shooter to Plead Guilty to 17 Murders
Making the Connection Between Physical and Emotional Wellness
LAPD Officer Shot Driving to Work, Teen in Custody

GA Deputy Ambushed, Wounded Driving to Work

According to Muscogee County Sheriff Greg Countryman, the deputy was shot while on his way to work. Sheriff Countryman says someone pulled up beside the deputy and fired multiple shots - one striking the deputy.

October 14, 2021

Seattle Plan Uses Detectives for 911 Calls If Officers Walk Over Vaccine Mandate

Civilian Oversight Asks Austin Police to Rewrite Use-of-Force Policy

The recommendations outlined suggest APD officers should do a better job of de-escalating tense situations, exhaust all other options before using force, give more warning before firing their guns and step in if they see fellow officers using force excessively.

October 14, 2021

Chicago Police Union Tells Members to Defy Vaccine Mandate
Former MN Officer's Attorneys Plan to Argue Killing of Daunte Wright was "Innocent Mistake"
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Editorial: Who Monitors the Monitors

Being appointed to oversee a federal consent decree against a law enforcement agency should not lead to lifetime employment.

October 13, 2021

Consent Decree Monitor Says Chicago Officer Shortage Endangering Public and Police
CA Sheriff's Officer Dies from Wounds Suffered in 2016 Shooting
Survey: 86% of Portland Voters Want More Police

Survey: 86% of Portland Voters Want More Police

The survey showed 76% of Portland residents know the city’s problems are real and not exaggerated by the media. A full 60% of those who were once opposed to police are now beginning to support more police being hired, and 71% say they support hiring more police officers even though they are concerned about social justice and racism in the bureau.

October 13, 2021

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