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Legislators looking to require kill switches on all smartphones

Is turning to technology to deter thieves a good idea? Some states in the U.S. seem to think so. California just became the second state to establish a law to have a "kill switch" in smartphones, which lets users remotely lock them and...

source: By Jessica Taylor
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Although the report states that some law enforcement authorities are crediting the strategy with improving accountability, said Chuck Wexler, executive director of the Police Executive Research Forum, in the report that the decision to use the technology "should not be entered...

source: USA Today

A spray of bullets fired from behind a closed apartment door killed a South Carolina deputy and wounded another and led more than 100 officers to descend on the complex before they determined the person inside was also dead.

source: The Associated Press via PoliceOne

Midland County Sheriff Gary Painter offered candid remarks to CNN regarding the militant group ISIS, stating his office is prepared for terrorist cells attempting to cross the border into Texas.

source: San Antonio Express-News

A western Wisconsin sheriff's deputy rescues a woman after her vehicle went into the water. The Monroe County Sheriff's Department said it was dispatched to Juneau County … Monroe County Sheriff's Deputy David Sundvall said when he arrived the front half of a Chevy...

source: WEAU-TV

The Lapeer County Sheriff's Department in Michigan has received a specialized 18-ton military vehicle from the Saginaw County sheriff. The department recently acquired the heavily armored machine known as an MRAP, which stands for mine-resistant...

source: The Associated Press via Detroit Free Press

At the end of a summer that has included several controversial and sometimes fatal confrontations between police and unarmed black people, Attorney General Eric Holder said that his office is spearheading a study of potential law enforcement bias in five to-be-named cities.

source: USA Today

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