Police


NYC Council Approves Two More Anti-Cop Bills

New York’s City Council on Tuesday night approved two more bills limiting the ability of police officers, legislation that the city’s largest police union opposed as anti-cop. The bills, together…

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Police Raids Net 421 Palestinian Suspects

In one of the biggest Israeli police operations on record, over 1,600 officers took part in raids in various parts of the country in which 421 Palestinian suspects were arrested…

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Cop Gets 20 Years for Walter Scott Slaying

One by one, relatives of the late Walter Scott urged a judge to mete out a significant punishment for Michael Slager, the white former police officer who fatally shot Scott,…

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Police Resume Interview of Netanyahu in Corruption Probe

Israeli police officers on Sunday questioned Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu for the sixth time in a corruption probe. Police investigators arrived by car in late afternoon to Netanyahu’s official residence…

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Knesset Battles Over Recommendations Law

The Knesset was embroiled again on Wednesday in the allegations of corruption whirling about Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s government as a bill to bar police recommendations to prosecutors was…

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Bill to Curb Police-Say in Prosecutions Gets Go-Ahead

A controversial bill to give Israeli police less of a say in the prosecutorial process following criminal investigations was approved by the coalition-controlled Knesset Ministerial Committee for Legislation on Sunday.…

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Ryan Nash, NYPD Officer Who Stopped Attack, Hailed as a Hero

New York City’s police commissioner says the officer who shot the man responsible for a deadly rampage on a Manhattan bike path is too modest to admit he’s a hero.…

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