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The Phoenix Police Department wants to better understand its past to make a brighter future.

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New Orleans Police Superintendent Named Baltimore's Next Commissioner

Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh said Harrison has “achieved clear, compelling and consistent results” in reducing violence while deploying “proactive and effective policing strategies that reflect 21st century, constitutional policing,” and would bring the “insight and sensitivity needed to reestablish essential trust and confidence of citizens in their police officers.”

Ohio Police Chief Resigns Over Missteps Following Fatal OIS

Chief Daniel Paez of the Perrysburg (OH) Police Department has submitted his resignation—effective on January 8, 2019—after a Lucas County Sheriff's Office investigation into Paez's response to a shooting in August.

San Francisco Officers Told Not to Make Suspects Sit

The practice is viewed as “demeaning” to suspects, city police Chief William Scott has determined.

Baltimore County Conducting National Search for New Chief

Baltimore County Chief of Police Terrence Sheridan has about six months remaining on the job while County Executive Johnny Olszewski conducts a national search for a replacement, according to the Baltimore Sun.

California City Settles Harassment Case Against Chief of Police

Captain Mark Rosen will receive $2.3 million in damages as the agency settles a case in which Rosen had accused Chief Sandra Spagnoli of denying him promotion opportunities based on his religion.

Former Florida Chief Gets 3 Years for Framing Suspects in Burglary Cases

Three former officers have also pleaded guilty in the case, which centered around Atesiano's efforts to improve the department's crime-solving rate.

Pennsylvania Police Chief Arrested for Suspected DUI

Swatara Township police say that Charles Kellar was pulled over after officers received a call about an erratic driver.

Washington Chief Says Officers Will Not Enforce New Gun Laws

Chief Loren Culp of the Republic (WA) Police Department said on social media that he won't allow his department to enforce new regulations under newly passed which he said are unconstitutional.

North Carolina Chief Resigns Over Controversial Video

Hooper was hired in 2015 to oversee a department with a budget that's grown to $29 million with up to 238 sworn officers plus 58 other employees.