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Canada’s largest school board votes to end armed police presence in schools

The decision comes on the heels of a report by staff at the board earlier this month that recommended eliminating the program after finding it caused some students to feel uncomfortable and even intimidated. In August, TDSB trustees voted to temporarily suspend the program while staff and students were surveyed and community consultations took

Federal judge asks for more information on clearing of Seattle police in Charleena Lyles shooting

In an order issued this week, U.S. District Judge James Robart also requested additional details on the city’s recent approval of a labor contract with the Seattle police union that represents captains and lieutenants. His order reflects the court’s previously expressed interest in how the Police Department investigated

A Baltimore Detective Set to Testify Against His Own Department Was Gunned Down. So Police Barricaded the Community.

Citizens can only take so much abuse On Sunday, while the cordon was still in effect, David Rocah, an attorney with the American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland, released a statement raising constitutional concerns regarding the police department’s actions. “The backup partner, who’s also a homicide detective, we’re not identifying