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VIDEO: The Game’s Rigged

Via The Star Ledger: “We all suspect it, but is it true? Are boardwalk games rigged? State investigators from an under-the-radar unit at the state’s Division of Consumer Affairs will often follow up on complaints by covertly visiting outlets at peak hours and ferreting out violations of the laws that govern “games of chance.” “That

VIDEO: A Serial Killer Speaks

Via the New Hampshire Union Leader: Serial killer Robert Evans emerged in a video clip released Tuesday as a deep-voiced man speaking calmly to California detectives as they question him about the death of his common-law wife, the only murder he was ever convicted of.   Evans, who was being questioned in the 2002 murder,

VIDEO: Sued Officers Sue

Via The Orange County Register: A court of appeal has ruled partly in favor of the Santa Ana Police Department and partly for officers involved in a controversial marijuana dispensary raid who sued the city over its investigation.   With the decision by the Fourth District Court of Appeal, released Tuesday, June 13, the case

VIDEO: No Vacancy

Via CINCINNATI — The sheriff has declared a “state of emergency” at the jail due to overcrowding.   The Hamilton County Justice Center population reached 1,611 inmates over the weekend, while it is designed to hold a maximum of 1,240, Sheriff Jim Neil said during a news conference Wednesday. The jail population has been

VIDEO: Body Cam Captures Shootout

Via Police Activity: The Kent County, Michigan, prosecutor says Grand Rapids officers were justified in fatal shooting of 18-year-old man during a gun battle earlier this month. Prosecutor Chris Becker released his decision Tuesday, along with dash camera and body camera video showing the May 3 shooting of Malik Carey.   Prosecutors say Carey gave

VIDEO: Let’s Go to the Body Cam!

Via San Antonio, TX — Mayor Ivy Taylor said she plans to review police body camera video taken during an altercation May 20 in which a bystander’s video appears to show a San Antonio police officer striking a 14-year-old girl while he and other officers tried to detain her. Police are still investigating the

VIDEO: Everything Is Internets

Via FOX News: With the male romper trend going viral on social media recently, two Southern California deputies decided to create their own version. They’re calling it the “Cop Romper.”   The law enforcement duo, who go by Deputy Hook’em and Deputy Book’em, posted an infomercial-style spoof video showing off the Cop Romper on their

VIDEO: Grammy Winner Supports Our Police

We thought you’d enjoy listening to this moving song that Grammy winner Jon Secada wrote and recorded to support law enforcement officers everywhere. The Dade County PBA commissioned the song, which has been incredibly successful. You can download “Line of Duty” from all sites that sell music, including iTunes. What a boost for law enforcement at just the