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New York Man Awarded $1.5M in UOF Suit Calls for Mayor to Hire Outside Chief

A Syracuse man who was awarded $1.5 million for an incident in which he accused police of using excessive force in his arrest has asked the mayor to hire the next police chief from outside the agency.

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Rookie South Carolina Officer Pulls Over Mayor on First Day of Duty

Myrtle Beach, SC, Mayor Brenda Bethune said in a Facebook post that she was the subject of a traffic stop by the city's newest patrol officer—Amanda Johnston—and that she's glad she got pulled over for an expired tag.

California Police Concerned About Marijuana Deliveries from Nearby Cities

Proposition 64 bars the state from issuing a license to pot shops that have not been given city approval to operate. But city council members throughout the state say that authority is undermined if deliveries are legal statewide.

Video: President Trump Delivers Speech to IACP Conference

President Donald Trump delivered a speech to attendees at the International Association of Chiefs of Police Conference in Orlando on Monday. Opening his remarks to the assembled law enforcement leaders at the annual conference, Trump said, "I have great, great love for what you do and the way you do it."

President Trump Delivers Speech to IACP Conference

President Donald Trump delivered a speech to attendees at the International Association of Chiefs of Police Conference in Orlando on Monday. Opening his remarks to the assembled law enforcement leaders at the annual conference, Trump said, "I have great, great love for what you do and the way you do it."

Senate Passes Legislation That Could Allow Federal Officers to Shoot Down Civilian UAVs

The United States Senate on Wednesday passed the "FAA Reauthorization Act" which—among other things—could allow federal law enforcement officers to shoot down privately owned drones.

Minnesota Police Department Declines to Investigate AG Candidate's Alleged Domestic Abuse

The Minneapolis Police Department on Wednesday declined to investigate the domestic abuse allegations against U.S. Representative Keith Ellison, citing an apparent conflict of interest, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune.

Missouri Councilman Apologizes for Statements Perceived as Anti-Police

A City Councilman in Columbia, MO, has apologized for comments he made about police that drew criticism from that city's police union.

Capitol Police Boost Presence Amid Tension over SCOTUS Confirmation Hearings

According to CBS News, some of the key "undecided" Senators with "swing votes" in the confirmation hearings for U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh are being escorted by police as they go to and from their daily meetings and activities.

Maryland Politician's Twitter Account 'Liked' Anti-Police Tweet Mocking #BlueLivesMatter

According to the Baltimore Sun, the campaign of Maryland gubernatorial candidate Ben Jealous recently removed a "like" from a six-month-old tweet that mocked #BlueLivesMatter.