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Seattle Police Develop New Tactics to Counter “Sleeping Dragon” Protests

Seattle police spokesman Sgt. Sean Whitcomb said members of ART are specially trained officers who have the knowledge, experience and equipment to cut through plastic and metal without hurting protesters. Because sleeping dragons vary in composition, the team relies on different tools, he said.

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Force Protection Video Equipment Receives Patent Pending Status for Design

Force Protection Video Equipment announced that it has received patent pending status from the U.S. Patent and Trademark office for its proprietary design titled SHIELD HARNESS FOR MOUNTING A CAMERA.

Pittsburgh Police Gearing Up for Riots If Trump Fires Mueller

In the memo the department’s detectives are instructed to begin wearing a full uniform and carrying riot gear with them in anticipation of massive protests. More Here.

Video: Pittsburgh Police Gearing Up for Riots If Trump Fires Mueller

In the memo the department’s detectives are instructed to begin wearing a full uniform and carrying riot gear with them in anticipation of massive protests.

Charlottesville Police Chief Retires Following Damning Report on White Supremacist Rally Response

The retirement of Thomas, who has 27 years of law enforcement service, is effective immediately. The United States Air Force veteran has served since May 23, 2016.

Miami-Dade Police Director Requires Officers to Work NFL Game

Hundreds of Miami-Dade, FL, police officers upset over Miami Dolphins NFL players protesting the National Anthem had planned a protest of their own, Sunday. However, a mandate from the police director required officers to work the game.

Michigan State Police Director Loses Pay for Facebook Post on NFL Protests

The director of the Michigan State Police will lose five days of pay for sharing a Facebook post that called NFL players who kneel during the national anthem "anti-American degenerates," Gov. Rick Snyder said Thursday..

Video: L.A. Police Commission Approves Use of Drones for 1-Year Program

The Los Angeles Police Commission voted 3-1 Tuesday to allow police to use drones in a one-year pilot program. Opponents of the plan were gathering outside LAPD headquarters downtown to protest the vote.

L.A. Police Commission Approves Use of Drones for 1-Year Program

The Los Angeles Police Commission voted 3-1 Tuesday to allow police to use drones in a one-year pilot program. Opponents of the plan were gathering outside LAPD headquarters downtown to protest the vote. More Here.

Video: Protests Take Emotional Toll on St. Louis Police Officers

The wave of protests following the acquittal of former police officer Jason Stockley is reportedly costing St. Louis about $2,900,000 in police overtime. But St. Louis Police Officers' Association President Ed Clark said there is an emotional toll as well.