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Police impersonator arrested in Englewood


Police impersonator arrested in Englewood
In a press release issued by Englewood police on Wednesday morning, police said “Upon arrival, officers contacted a 36-year-old male who had identified himself as a police officer and displayed a badge in a manner to intimidate several victims in the
Englewood Police arrest suspected police impersonator The Denver Channel
Englewood police arrest suspected cop impersonator

GCSO: Men jump out of second


GCSO: Men jump out of second-story window in drug bust
KPRC Houston
A drug bust in Texas City ended with two suspects jumping out of a second-story window. The Galveston County Sheriff’s Office’s Special Crimes Unit executed a narcotics search and arrest warrant Monday night at an apartment located at 3501 25th Ave N.

#myNYPD Twitter campaign backfires, promotes photos of police brutality …

#myNYPD Twitter campaign backfires, promotes photos of police brutality
New York Daily News
On Tuesday the NYPD’s Twitter page, @NYPDnews, asked users to tweet pictures of positive interactions between the public and city cops, and to use the hashtag #myNYPD. Instead, people posted pictures of police brutality that took place during the
Lesson for the Police: Be Careful What You Tweet For New York Times
New York police Twitter campaign backfires badly Yahoo News
#myNYPD hashtag backfires on New York police The Star-Ledger — Quad Cities News & Weather from WQAD  - WAVY-TV  -

Schools Need To Be Prepared To Defend Against More Than Just Shootings, Say Experts


This piece comes to us courtesy of Education Week, where it was originally published.

Large-scale shootings have been a dominant driver of school safety debates, but a stabbing spree at a Pennsylvania high school this month should serve as a reminder …

Javier Diaz-Diaz Extradited To Mexico In Rape, Killing Case


SAN DIEGO (AP) — U.S. authorities have extradited a Mexican man wanted for allegedly raping two women and strangling one of them more than a decade ago.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials say 41-year-old Javier Diaz-Diaz was turned over to Mexican authorities Tuesday at the San Diego-area border crossing. The turnover came within a day of the man’s release from a California prison, where he served time following a 2009 conviction for spousal rape.

A warrant issued in the Mexican state of Jalisco (hah-LEES’-koh) alleges that Diaz-Diaz raped a woman in 2002 and raped another woman 10 months later, strangling her and running her over with a car at least four times.

The Jalisco state prosecutor’s office didn’t immediately know if Diaz-Diaz has an attorney.More

What Is The Difference Between A Hate Crime And An Act Of Terrorism?


What Is The Difference Between A Hate Crime And An Act Of Terrorism?KCURIn the wake of shootings that took the lives of three people April 13 at Jewish facilities in Johnson County, Kan., we have been wondering about what constitutes a hate crime and h…