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Attorney General to Oppose Chicago Police Reforms

Attorney General to Oppose Chicago Police Reforms

"Chicago’s agreement with the ACLU in late 2015 dramatically undercut proactive policing in the city … with homicides increasing more than 57 percent the very next year," Sessions said in the statement.

October 10, 2018

IACP 2018: Illinois SRO Named Officer of the Year for Preventing School Shooting

Cincinnati Chief to City Council: Hire More Officers or Fund Overtime Pay

"Operating below our authorized strength places an undue burden on our patrol forces," Isaac wrote in a memo to City Manager Patrick Duhaney on Tuesday. "...officers may be required to take on additional shifts to ensure the coverage necessary to maintain the level of service that Cincinnati residents have come to expect."

October 4, 2018

Detroit Police Say Doorbell Camera Video on Social Media May Hinder Investigations

Report: Ohio Consent Decree is Likely to Last More than Five Years

A report issued on Wednesday — which monitor Matthew Barge and his 17-member team puts out twice a year — said "the City and Division of Police having made notable and significant progress in a number of critical areas, including, first and foremost, with respect to use of force" but that "significant work undoubtedly remains."

August 16, 2018

FOP: "Activist, One-Sided" Media Unfairly Reporting on Chicago OIS
Chicago Officer Under Investigation for Facebook Video
Buckeyes Coach Visits Ohio Officer Shot in Line of Duty

Buckeyes Coach Visits Ohio Officer Shot in Line of Duty

The head coach of the Ohio State football program, Urban Meyer, visited injured Franklin County (OH) Sheriff's Deputy Jacob Heaberlin in the hospital Wednesday. Deputy Heaberlin was shot in the line of duty Saturday.

May 17, 2018

St. Paul Chief, Officers Rescue Suicidal Subject from Bridge
Video: Michigan Police Department Swears in Cat as Officer
Michigan Police Department Swears in Cat as Officer

Michigan Police Department Swears in Cat as Officer

"Pawfficer" Donut has been sworn in as the Troy (MI) Police Department's Police cat. Judges Kirsten Nielsen Hartig and Maureen McGinnis asked Donut to raise her right paw and officially swore her in, badge and all, at the Troy Police Department with other officers and even Chief Gary Mayer looking on. More Here.

May 14, 2018

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