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- Volunteers drink, smoke, text & drive for study
As the state of Colorado and other communities all over the United States work to manage legal cannabis, local law enforcement officers are learning new ways to watch out for different types of impaired driving.
ABC News. Tuesday, 17 Jul 2018.
- Tech consumers should not be forced to sacrifice privacy for security
The president of the CTA, the group that puts on the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) each year, supports the ENCRYPT Act, which would forbid new laws that weaken encryption or force "back doors" for law enforcement.
CNBC. Monday, 16 Jul 2018.
- Officers killed in the line of duty in 2018
A look at all the law enforcement officers who have died in 2018 while on duty.
Fox News. Sunday, 15 Jul 2018.
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- SC sheriff's employee investigated for crime since shakeup
South Carolina detectives are investigating a crime involving one or more employees of a troubled law enforcement agency.
Fox Carolina. Saturday, 14 Jul 2018.
- US Attorney General Jeff Sessions discusses opioid crisis
Attorney General Jeff Sessions put in a plug for President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee on Friday as he touted the role of law enforcement in reducing addiction and overdose deaths plaguing Maine and New England.
ABC News. Friday, 13 Jul 2018.
- Robert Motherwell painting stolen in 1978 is returned
NEW YORK (AP) - A painting by the modernist master Robert Motherwell that disappeared from a New York warehouse in 1978 and was presumed stolen has been returned after 40 years, federal law enforcement officials announced. U.S. ...
Washington Times. Friday, 13 Jul 2018.
- White House Orders Broader Access to Files About F.B.I. Informant
The full House and Senate Intelligence Committees will be able to read the documents, even though intelligence and law enforcement officials had urged that access be tightly restricted.
New York Times. Friday, 13 Jul 2018.
- Did Apple make it easier for your iPhone to get hacked?
Apple's attempt to prevent hackers (and law enforcement) from cracking your iPhone may have a glaring flaw.
Fox News. Wednesday, 11 Jul 2018.
- The Drive To Abolish ICE: Contempt For Law Masquerading As Social Justice
The drive to repeal ICE mirrors a larger contempt for law enforcement
Daily Caller. Wednesday, 11 Jul 2018.
- UPDATE 1-Motel 6 settles lawsuit over guest data given to U.S. immigration agents
Motel 6 has agreed to settle a proposed nationwide class-action lawsuit alleging it violated the privacy of Hispanic guests by providing guest lists to U.S. immigration authorities to aid in law enforcement.
Reuters. Tuesday, 10 Jul 2018.
- Silicon Valley firms are facing anger from a new source: Their own employees
Silicon Valley employees are finding a new source of protest power on issues related to business their firms' CEOs take from the military, law enforcement and government agencies.
CNBC. Sunday, 8 Jul 2018.
- 5 officers killed in 2016 ambush remembered in Dallas
DALLAS (AP) - Flags have been lowered to half-staff and law enforcement badges from across the country were fastened to a tree outside of Dallas ...
Daily Mail. Saturday, 7 Jul 2018.
- Ceremony Honors Officers Killed in 7/7 Ambush
Events will be held to honor and remember the lives lost in the July 7 police ambush, which was was the deadliest attack on U.S. law enforcement since Sept. 11, 2001.
NBC. Friday, 6 Jul 2018.
- Black Oregon Lawmaker Says Police Were Called As She Knocked On Constituents' Doors
Democratic state Rep. Janelle Bynum was visiting voters in her district on July 3. The legislator says one of them thought she was casing the neighborhood and called law enforcement.
NPR. Thursday, 5 Jul 2018.
- Trump administration tells FCC to block China Mobile from US
Allowing China Mobile access to US telecommunications networks would carry a 'substantial and unacceptable risk' to national security and law enforcement, the US government has said.
ZDNet. Tuesday, 3 Jul 2018.
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