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Police Nationwide Respond to Wave of Bomb Threats

“These threats are also being reported to other locations nationwide & are NOT considered credible at this time,” the NYPD said.

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FBI Announces Launch of National Use-Of-Force Data Collection

The FBI says that the goal of the collection is not to provide insight into specific use-of-force incidents, but instead to offer a comprehensive view of the circumstances, subjects, and officers involved in such incidents nationwide.

California Police Make Arrest Following Social Media Threats Against School

On Wednesday, investigators traveled to Austin (TX), where they received assistance from Austin PD in the apprehension and arrest of 19-year-old Tristan Amir Curl, who is from Oakley.

FBI Report Indicates 17 Percent Rise in Hate Crimes

According to a recently released report from the FBI, reported hate crimes in the United States rose 17% over last year, with about 5,000 of the hate crimes reported categorized as crimes against persons, such as intimidation or assault.

Police Investigating Suspected Explosive Devices Sent to Clinton, Obama, CNN

"Responding officers identified a device that appeared to be an explosive device and they removed it for investigation," NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill said at a press conference.

FBI Arrests 3 Miami Officers on Drug-Related Charges

Investigators said one officer sold a police uniform and badge to an undercover detective for $1,500, despite being told the official gear would be used by a cartel hit-man.

FBI Agents Compel Suspect to Unlock iPhone with Biometric Locking System

FBI agents recently forced a man to unlock his iPhone using the device's built-in facial biometric unlocking system—Face ID—according to Forbes.

FBI Offers Reward for Unsolved 1984 Murder of Virginia State Trooper

The FBI is now offering a $50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the individual responsible for the 1984 fatal stabbing of an off-duty Virginia state trooper.

FBI Says Crime is Down, So Why Does It Feel Like the Opposite is True?

The estimated number of violent crimes in the United States decreased 0.2% in 2017 compared to 2016, according to FBI data released on Monday. Property crimes reportedly dropped 3.0%. So why does it feel to most cops on the street that the exact opposite is true?

18 Men Convicted of Drug Crimes Tied to Reportedly Corrupt Chicago Officer Cleared

A judge has cleared 18 more men of drug convictions that resulted from investigations by a reportedly corrupt sergeant with the Chicago Police Department.