Baltimore City Council Gives Preliminary Approval For Tax Credits For Law EnforcementThe Baltimore City Council has given preliminary approval to providing $2,500 in tax credits to law enforcement officers who choose to live in the city.
Boy Delivering Donuts To Law Enforcement Across US Stopping In MarylandThe "Donut Boy," who is delivering donuts to law enforcement across the United States, is set to make a stop in Maryland on Friday.
Md. Lawmakers Push to Make Targeting Police a Hate CrimeSome Maryland lawmakers want to make it a hate crime for anyone who targets first responders.
Indiana Town Without Police Force As Every Officer ResignsBunker Hill, Indiana is currently operating without a police force as theirs has resigned.
Gun Or Stun Gun? Different Police Responses Raise QuestionsWhen Alfred Olango pulled out an object from his right pocket last month and assumed a shooting stance in a strip mall parking lot in a San Diego suburb, one officer opened fire with his pistol. The other officer simultaneously stunned Olango using his Taser.
Across US, Police Officers Abuse Confidential DatabasesPolice officers across the country misuse confidential law enforcement databases to get information on romantic partners, business associates, neighbors, journalists and others for reasons that have nothing to do with daily police work, an Associated Press investigation has found.
FBI Director: This Is A 'Difficult Time' In Law EnforcementFBI Director James Comey says officers must work to bridge a gap with the communities they protect.
Hogan To Sign Bills On Public Safety, Law EnforcementGov. Larry Hogan is scheduled to sign into law nine bills dealing with public safety and law enforcement, including one that will require police to give information about in-custody deaths to a state office.
Md. Officers Learning To Combat Animal Cruelty, FightingAbout two dozen law enforcement officers and veterinarians are gathering in Hagerstown to learn how to combat animal cruelty and animal fighting.
Many Consider Police Drone Use An Invasion Of PrivacyPolice are increasingly using drones in high risk situations but some fear a loss of privacy and say law enforcement is going too far.
Future Careers In Law Enforcement May Begin With Explorers Summer Camp A future career in law enforcement for some Baltimore youngsters could begin with a day at summer camp.
Saving Time & Lives: FBI Unveils New Child ID AppWith summer around the corner, children will finally be out playing. But with that freedom, parents need to keep an eye on them. The FBI is making that job easier by putting a new tool in their hands.

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