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Cops playing kids gets o.k. E-mail
Written by APB Staff   
The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that law enforcement officers investigating sexual predators are permitted to pose as children to build a case. They ruled that the First Amendment does not offer protection for criminals. The ruling came in the case of Frank Gagliardi who was convicted of attempting to entice a child to engage in prohibited sexual activity.
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Chicago Police Officer Contends Rule Is Racially Discriminatory E-mail
Written by APB Staff   
In Chicago, a police officer is contending that a rule barring police from associating with criminals discriminates against black officers. He argues that since a disproportionate number of African-Americans have had contact with the criminal justice system, this rule is more restrictive to black officers.
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Are there Arrest Quotas in Atlanta E-mail
Written by APB Staff   
The president of the Atlanta police union is making the claim that Chief Richard Pennington has implemented a policy of “arrest quotas” where officers fear they will be disciplined if they do not make a certain number of arrests over specific periods of time.
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New Chase Policy in Green Bay Wisconsin E-mail
Written by APB Staff   
Under a new policy, Green Bay, Wisconsin police no longer will engage in high-speed chases to catch people suspected of only minor criminal offenses or traffic or ordinance violations.
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Wiretaps E-mail
Written by APB Staff   
While cell phones and other electronic devices have opened new avenues for criminals, many of these technologies have left Indiana police investigators behind.
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