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Meet Mary Nero: Greensboro Police Department’s lone homicide victim advocate who managed a record 74 homicide cases in a single year
Lt. Dan Marcou urges today’s police force to adapt and overcome in what could be the dawn of a new Golden Era of American Policing
Mayor Michelle Wu announced a six-pronged plan that seeks to target resources and interventions in hot-spot areas prone to violence
Valuable items inside the houses will be equipped with GPS trackers, which will immediately notify the Atherton Police Department if the items are moved
The WalletHub report compares 40 of the largest U.S. cities to identify which cities are grappling with the most significant homicide rates
“I directed an immediate surge of law enforcement personnel on Metro buses and rail cars and stations,” said Mayor Karen Bass
The Portland Police Bureau reported 56 confirmed shootings in April, down from a peak of 147 total shootings in March 2022
“[The program] launches more efficient investigations, builds stronger cases and leads to more effective prosecutions,” NYPD Commissioner Edward Caban said
One suspect was detained immediately, while the other fled from officers before being found and arrested in a parking lot
Currently, the Minneapolis Police Department is grappling with a shortage of over 200 officers, having lost 40% of its force in the past four years
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The suspects continued to flee after the car was struck by Columbus Police cruisers multiple times
“Not a standard recommendation for car theft prevention, but...a stick shift kept a thief from getting far in a stolen car,” the Boulder Police Department posted on Facebook
The rate of other things stolen from cars has dropped 11% over the last 10 years, even as the rate of gun thefts from cars grew 200%, an analysis of FBI data shows
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The survey looks at three key areas: opportunity and competition, law enforcement training requirements, and job hazards and protections
The drop comes after the department stationed 1,000 more officers in the subway system to combat crime and fare evasion
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Cabell County medics were inside a house treating a patient when the man jumped into their rig and drove off
CHP officers have been in Bakersfield for six weeks, focusing on reducing car theft, tamping down retail crime and bolstering traffic enforcement
An off-duty CPD officer working security at the bank arrested the suspect after he gave a teller a lengthy note which demanded up to $2,000 while also informing her he did not have a gun
Deputies were searching for the thief when they saw a person, who appeared to be a blond woman wearing oversized sunglasses, leaving a home; that person turned out to be the man suspected of the theft
The Democratic congressman had his luggage swiped from his car while it was parked in a downtown garage
Between March and June 2023, police said, three people they came to name the “Punch Crew” burglarized several restaurants, stealing about $80,000 from various businesses and causing about $160,000 in damage
The man ran into a crowded room and pointed a gun in the direction of deputies and multiple bystanders before the shooting occurred
Paramedics were still in the ambulance when it was stolen and had to bail out of the vehicle as the suspect fled
The gun crime intelligence center at Chicago’s ATF office brings together federal agents, police and prosecutors to share and analyze firearm intelligence to identify traffickers and shooters
Money from the theft, orchestrated by an Air Canada employee and former manager, was used to fund illegal U.S. weapons purchases for distribution across the border
The majority of the burglaries have been committed by groups of Chilean suspects who overstayed a 90-day visa; Detroit police say the burglars stake out homes for days in order to break in while they are unoccupied