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  • Loyal
    DC officials push for stricter rules inside Beltway
    DC MayorMuriel Bowserand theMetropolitan Police Department (MPD) ChiefCathy Lanierwere both part of a press conference announcing proposed legislation slated tostrengthen the training and oversight of more than 17,000 so-called "special...
  • Uber has handed over to feds the detail data they requested on drivers and riders
    Uber details feds data requests: Info on 12 million riders and drivers obliged
    Uber has compiled a report on the data requests of more than 12 million users and drivers it has received from various fed and state agencies, the Uber Technologies Company revealed this week. The data requests entailed Uber handing over...
  • Prince George's Animal Control Facility
    Handling animal control complaints
    Pet owners and citizens who care about animals should become familiar with local animal control operations and ordinances. You need to know how to make and handle an animal related complaint or request for service.The first step is to see if your...
  • Keep learning
    Op-Ed: what I've learned for 2015
    Op-Eds are always sources of entertainment. When you consider the hopeful balance of fact and opinion pertaining to a given topic, the hope is people take time to read, reflect, analyze, debate, discuss, and then formulate an action plan to...
  • Rose security
    Rose Parade security enhanced for 2016 event, public input encouraged
    With recent “lone wolf” terror attacks in mind, the Pasadena Police Department is partnering with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies to enhance security both along the Rose Parade route and at the Rose Bowl on Jan. 1,...
  • Service
    Law enforcement car broken into, badge and gun stolen
    A Secret Service agent's gun, badge, radio, flash drive, and other items were stolen from his personal vehicle parked in the 1000 block of G Street, NW Monday night. The automobile was parked near the Secret Service agency headquarters,...
  • Michigan sheriffs bust medical marijuana patients and may misuse grant money
    Michigan sheriffs bust medical marijuana patients and may misuse grant money
    According to Michigan-based news, opinion and watchdog site, The Compassion Chronicles, despite the legal status of medical marijuana, Michigan sheriffs continue to bust legitimate patients and dispensaries, while they often misappropriate funds...
  • Law enforcement forfeitures
    Law enforcement took more assets from citizens in 2014 than burglars did
    It’s been a tough year for police officers in the United States. 2015 has seen a general public disdain for police grow to new heights, with racial tensions escalating around the country and police abuse cases becoming the new norm. On Nov....
  • Having relations
    Engagement opportunity with law enforcement and the community
    For a time, a number of people feel that disconnects between law enforcement and communities they are serving feel that instances are isolated. The thought process is as long as citizens comply, it greatly reduces the potential for any sort of...
  • NAACP honors law enforcement
    NAACP honors law enforcement
    Members of the Antelope Valley Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored Peopleheld a celebration to honor local law enforcement and public safety officials for their service to the community.Members of the law enforcement...
  • Dallas sheriff provokes ire of Texas Governor over detained immigrants
    Dallas sheriff provokes ire of Texas Governor over detained immigrants
    Dallas County Sheriff Lupe Valdez received a rough start to her Monday morning after being served with a letter from Texas Governor Greg Abbott strongly encouraging her to honor federal immigration detainers. The letter was the result of Valdez...
  • FBI Law enforcement killings
    FBI: Law enforcement killings in 2014 are double what they were in 2013
    The FBI released stats that show cop killings are on the rise. Fifty-two law enforcement officers were gunned down in 2014, nearly double the amount that were killed in the line of duty the year prior. However, the bureau said that the 2013 figure...
  • Indictments in jailhouse beating death of 22-year-old Matthew Ajibade
    Indictments in jailhouse beating death of 22-year-old Matthew Ajibade
    Rogue cops continue to be a problem and they aren't only white. Recently obtained video footage shows the beating death of 22-year-old Matthew Ajibade. Monday NBC News reported that two Georgia sheriff's deputies and a health care worker...
  • Police Chief McManus returns to San Antonio Department
    New San Antonio police chief is a familiar face to the Alamo City force
    City Manager Sheryl Sculley announced this morning that former San Antonio Chief of Police William McManus will return to lead the more than 3,000-member San Antonio Police Department (SAPD). Chief McManus retired from SAPD in December 2014 after...
  • Police body-worn cameras
    Police officer body-worn cameras funded by federal grants for parts of Texas
    San Antonio is getting $1 million from the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) federal grant program to provide an estimated 2,200 body-worn cameras for police officers as part of a pilot implementation program. The Alamo City joins Chicago,...
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