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Survey: How is video technology impacting the way you police?
By PoliceOne Staff Few forces are impacting law enforcement like video, which is shaping training, policy, community relations, and creating major technology challenges even as it solves problems. PoliceOne ...
Parole board recommends release of Calif. cop killer
By Greg Moran The San Diego Union-Tribune SAN DIEGO — A state Parole Board on Thursday recommended release from prison for Jesus Cecena, who was convicted of murdering San Diego Police Officer Archie ...
PD removes 'Blue Lives Matter,' Punisher car decals after criticism
By Fernando Alfonso Iii Lexington Herald-Leader CATLETTSBURG, Ky. — An Eastern Kentucky police chief has removed large decals with the Punisher skull and “Blue Lives Matter” from eight ...
Pizza joint fires worker who called cop ‘pig,’ donates to memorial fund
By PoliceOne Staff AUSTIN, Texas — An employee has been fired after leaving an offensive message on a cop’s receipt. According to KVUE, the officer posted a photo of his Southside Flying Pizza ...
Report: Hiring standards may be lowered to meet Border Patrol staffing goal
By PoliceOne Staff WASHINGTON — Government memos suggest Customs and Border Protection officials might need to change their hiring standards to reach President Trump’s desired number of agents ...
Officer on vacation wrestles, apprehends armed suspect
By PoliceOne Staff DILLON, Mont. — A Utah officer was vacationing in Montana when he sprang into action to stop an armed robbery. DPS Officer Jeremy Barnes was with his wife at a store Feb. 19 when ...
Suspect sets 2 patrol cars on fire while in custody
By PoliceOne Staff CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — A suspect who led police on a foot pursuit allegedly set two patrol cars on fire while in custody. Police told KRIS News an officer pulled the suspect over ...
Retired CHP sergeant dies while protecting friend from robber
By PoliceOne Staff STOCKTON, Calif. — A retired California Highway Patrol officer died after suffering a heart attack while protecting a friend from an intruder. Joe L. Elsey, 87, was visiting a friend ...
Cops: Mom used girl's breath to start car with DUI device
Associated Press QUINCY, Pa. — Police say a Pennsylvania woman had her 8-year-old daughter blow into an ignition device meant to prevent the woman from driving while drunk shortly before she crashed ...
 





 





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