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Former acting AG to lead Minneapolis police ketamine probe
By Andy Mannix Star Tribune (Minneapolis) MINNEAPOLIS — Former Acting U.S. Attorney General Sally Yates will lead an independent investigation into whether Minneapolis police officers crossed a line ...
Girl in Texas pool party UOF incident reaches settlement
Associated Press McKINNEY, Texas — A bikini-clad black teenager who was shoved to the ground by a white Texas police officer has settled a federal lawsuit against him and the city of McKinney for ...
Police, other first responders give boy with disorder a memorable birthday
By PoliceOne Staff BRADENTON, Fla. — A boy who suffers from a disorder was surprised with a first responder-themed birthday party. FOX13 reported that Jamie Sprout, 12, was born with a mitochondrial ...
Inmate charged in deaths of 2 Kan. deputies
Associated Press KANSAS CITY, Kan. — A 30-year-old inmate was charged Friday with capital murder in the shooting deaths of two Kansas sheriff's deputies who were overpowered by him while they ...
Understanding domestic violence homicides: offender typology and warning signs
By Scot DuFour, alumnus, Criminal Justice at American Public University Studies across the globe confirm that the biggest threat of murder for women comes from the man with whom they are intimately involved ...
Orlando LEO critically wounded in standoff breathing on his own
By Michael Williams Orlando Sentinel ORLANDO, Fla. — The Orlando police officer who was shot in the head and critically injured nearly two weeks ago is breathing on his own, a police spokesperson ...
Cop killer granted parole after 44 years in state prison
By Graham Rayman New York Daily News NEW YORK — A convicted cop killer who has spent the past 44 years in prison has been granted parole, state prisons officials said. Robert Hayes, 69, was granted ...
When does your Terry stop run into Miranda?
In Miranda v. Arizona (1966), the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the Fifth Amendment requires police to advise suspects of their right to remain silent and to obtain an attorney before interrogating them ...
With great power comes great responsibility: Ethics in AI
Technology is constantly developing and so are the ways it can assist law enforcement. What didn’t seem possible just five years ago is now taken for granted today. The next stage in the LE-friendly ...
Looking back, looking forward: Predicting the state of policing in 2043
Technology is evolving so fast every day that it is hard to think about 25 years from now. At Axon’s Accelerate symposium, a panel of visionaries – moderated by Axon VP Mike Wagers – discussed ...
 



 



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