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California Police Change Policy on Search of Individuals on Probation and Parole

Officers with the Oakland (CA) Police Department will now operate under a much more restrictive policy regarding the search for subjects on probation and parole.

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Man Charged with Murdering WI Officer was 4 Days Out of Prison

Dalquavis T. Ward, 26, of Milwaukee, had just gotten out of prison June 13 after serving a sentence for armed robbery, federal Bureau of Prisons records show.

NYPD Union Chief Calls on Lawmakers to Fix 'Broken' Parole System

New York Police Benevolent Association President Patrick Lynch called on state lawmakers to fix what he said was a "broken" parole system that has allowed killers to walk free.

Widow of Murdered Officer Angry that New York Governor Will Let Cop Killer Vote

Diane Piagentini—widow of Officer Joseph Piagentini, who was assassinated along with Officer Waverly Jones in a 1971 ambush—is angry that Governor Andrew Cuomo will allow three-time cop-killer Herman Bell to vote in Thursday’s Democratic primary.

North Carolina Deputy Shot in Face, Suspect in Custody

Authorities say Sims was shot when he responded to a call about Dakota Gage Greene. Cleveland County Sheriff Alan Norman said during a confrontation, Greene pulled a handgun from his waistband and shot Sims in the face and thigh. More Here.

Video: North Carolina Deputy Shot in Face, Suspect in Custody

Authorities say Sims was shot when he responded to a call about Dakota Gage Greene. Cleveland County Sheriff Alan Norman said during a confrontation, Greene pulled a handgun from his waistband and shot Sims in the face and thigh.

NYPD Widows Join Union in Pressing to Keep Cop Killers in Jail

Dozens of widows of NYPD officers slain in the line of duty joined the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association in demanding that a loophole that lets cop killers back on the streets be fixed.

New York Cop Killer Granted Parole

Robert Hayes—who has spent the past 44 years in prison—had been denied parole 10 previous times.

Man Convicted in Plot to Murder LAPD Detective Granted Parole

A man convicted in the 1985 plot to kill a Los Angeles police detective will be released on parole within the week, over the objections of city police leaders.

Man Linked to 2 LA Deputies' Deaths Released on Parole

A man linked to the 2012 slayings of two St. John the Baptist Parish, LA, sheriff's deputies was released from prison last week on "good time parole" after serving less than half of his original sentence.