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DC Police Unveil Amazon Package Lockers at Two Police Stations

"What we’re hoping is if it works well here as a pilot, we’re going to take it to other districts in the city," says Altieri.

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WI Agency Asks Gun Owners to Send in Spent Casings for Theft Investigations

“The next time you're at the range, please collect two spent shell casings from your firearm,” says Sgt. Dan Knitter, of the Milwaukee Police Department. “Place the casings into an Operation Save-A-Casing envelope or other container and keep them in a safe place.”

FOP Issues Statement Supporting "Broken Windows" Policing

"We have to address this now with a sense of urgency, which is why I was so heartened to see the recent comments by New York City Mayor and former police captain Eric Adams calling for a return to “broken windows” policing," FOP President Patrick Yoes said.

New York City Going Back to Some "Broken Windows" Policing

Adams summoned Police Commissioner Keechant Sewell and Chief of Department Kenneth Corey to City Hall on Tuesday to answer for the surge in bloodshed that left 29 people wounded ahead of his planned news conference on the NYPD’s new anti-gun units, law-enforcement sources said Wednesday.

Welcome to Kabul, USA

The parallel between the disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan and the precipitous withdrawal from proactive policing on American streets is astonishing—in both cases, the result is chaos.

Portland Officers Declining Opportunity to Join Gun Violence Unit

The uniformed squad, dubbed the Focused Intervention Team, is designed to fight gun violence proactively with a patrol presence on Portland streets. The plan has been to have the team cover seven days a week to get guns off the street directed by police intelligence, identify people involved in recent shootings and “interrupt the cycle of violence.”

Biden Announces Anti-Crime Measures, Provides Money to Police from COVID Relief Fund

Biden boasted of "historic funding for crime prevention" in the $350 billion for state and local governments, from the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package, that can be used by cities to hire law enforcement officers, pay overtime, invest in technology to make law enforcement more efficient, and prosecute gun traffickers.

Protecting Houses of Worship

Churches, mosques, synagogues, and temples make easy targets for active shooters, so the congregations need to work to prevent such attacks, prepare for them if they happen, and know how they will respond.

Fighting Crime with Surveillance Cameras

Law enforcement agencies nationwide are using public and private surveillance systems to gather evidence and arrest repeat offenders.

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Texas Officer Foils Convenience Store Robbery

An officer with the Laredo Police Department spotted a suspicious person—wearing a T-shirt over his head as a ski mask, with socks covering his arms up to the elbows—and decided he should look into the matter more closely.

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