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What is the future of red-light cameras?

Did you know that on average two people die every day in the United States as a result of crashes from running red lights? Did you know half of these deaths were the victims of the traffic violations? In an attempt to decrease these statistics — and many others...

source: By Danielle Wegert
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When the original "Robocop" movie came out in 1987, robots...

source: By Danielle Wegert

Make one mistake, and your mug can end up all over social media. Make two, and you might attract a storm of comments on some Vermont law enforcement Facebook pages. But where is the line between the public's right to know and the rights of suspects to move on with their...

source: USA Today

Arlington Public Schools announced this week the start of its CrossingGuard School Bus Stop Arm Safety Camera Program. Starting this week, cameras will capture images of vehicles that fail to stop for an extended...


The Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) is pleased to announce that it will host a three-day intensive training entitled "Managing Critical Incidents for Higher Education Institutions:...

source: DCJS

As struggles between police departments and the communities they serve continue to make national headlines, Charlottesville-area police departments have made an effort to create stronger connections with the community.

source: The Daily Progress

The anticipation was contagious as dozens of campers sprinted through an afternoon rain shower toward the gymnasium. Proudly donning the colors of their camp groups, the kids packed into bleachers like sardines and shimmied...

source: The News & Advance


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