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Scathing report condemns abuse by Chicago police
Chicago police have violated the constitutional rights of residents for years, permitting racial bias against blacks, using excessive force and shooting people who did not pose immediate threats, the U.S. Justice Department said after a yearlong investiga
California Democrats legalize child prostitution
Beginning on Jan. 1, prostitution by minors will be legal in California. SB 1322 bars law enforcement from arresting sex workers who are under the age of 18 for soliciting or engaging in prostitution, or loitering with the intent to do so.
Firefighter slashed by thugs who stole his presents
An FDNY firefighter was slashed and robbed of nearly $3,000 in Christmas gifts -- including a drone for his 6-year-old daughter -- as he headed to a holiday party early this morning.
Steven Sampson, 41, who was off-duty, pulled over his car at a Bronx
The Nanaimo RCMP is looking for two men after an attempted abduction of a 21-year-old woman Thursday afternoon.
Canadian telecoms push back on proposed police powers
Rogers, TekSavvy, and other technology companies have argued the government hasn't made a good enough case for why law enforcement agencies need unwarranted access to subscriber information and new interception capabilities.
Pension plan discriminatory, female Mounties tell court
Three retired female Mounties head to Federal Court today to argue that elements of the RCMP's pension plan are outdated and sexist. If they're successful, it could mean big changes for other public service pensions, their lawyer says.
Judge rules dogs should not be treated like kids
In a ruling that references butter knives, euthanasia and cats named Slimey and Oinky, a Saskatoon judge made an impassioned defence of the notion that, when it comes to the law, dogs should not be treated as though they were children.
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