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Maryland State police audit finds potential savings if more civilians were hired

By Dan Menefee For MarylandReporter.com Maryland taxpayers could save $11 million annually if 127 of the current 1,426 uniformed positions in the Maryland State Police were replaced with civilian employees, according to a report released by the Office of Legislative […]

Maryland State police audit finds potential savings if more civilians were hired

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By Dan Menefee For MarylandReporter.com Maryland taxpayers could save $11 million annually if 127 of the current 1,426 uniformed positions in the Maryland State Police were replaced with civilian employees, according to a report released by the Office of Legislative […]

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High Anxiety in the North – Minnesota Shooting

Investigators process the scene of where a St. Anthony Police officer shot and killed 32-year-old Philando Castile in Minnesota, on July 6, 2016.  I am a US citizen but I

Police Work: The breaking of an honest cop Chapter 4

The Loudoun County Commonwealth Attorney’s Office had come under scrutiny in the past for withholding exculpatory evidence in other cases. The chief investigator in the Carter case, that wasn’t the

Police Work: The breaking of an honest cop Chapter 3

Chapter 3 It all started in the spring of 1987. I had taken a few months off during my divorce. At that time I was living with a friend. Ed was

Police Work: The breaking of an honest cop Chapter 1

Chapter 1 Truth, oath, honor, and integrity. Simple but powerful words. The definitions that mold the character of an honest cop. Corruption, deception, misconduct and cover-ups. Those words we should never

Tracking Your Phone: Laws starting to regulate simulator use

The final installment (Part Five) in the Capital News Service series “Tracking Your Phone” describes the changing legal landscape when it comes to StingRay and other cell phone tracker

Tracking Your Phone: A look into the technology

Photo by Flickr user JoshuaDavisPhotography. It shows a Maryland State Police helicopter conducting a missing persons search. Cell phone simulators have been used in missing persons cases. This is Part

Tracking Your Phone: Legal questions result in plea deals

This is Part Three in a Capital News Service series, “Tracking Your Phone.” It examines the use of cell phone simulators to track phones, a practice employed by local

Tracking Your Phone: Secrecy surrounds technology

This is Part Two of “Tracking Your Phone,” an investigation by the Capitol News Service into secretive cell phone tracking technology. In the first installment, it detailed how Deon

Was a Nevada sheriff above the law?

Corruption and misconduct in law enforcement is always big news in the media. Whenever a police officer breaks the law the local news agencies are quick to report it. Nothing

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