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Tuesday, September 19, 2017
2 Officers Injured in Rioting at Georgia Tech, 3 Suspects Charged

Two officers were injured and three people face charges after rioting broke out at Georgia Tech following a vigil for a student fatally shot by officers, a university spokesman said Tuesday.

Protests Expected to Resume Tonight in St. Louis, Following Quiet Monday

Demonstrators outside the jail late Monday criticized authorities for keeping some of those arrested in jail for nearly 24 hours after they were taken into custody. Police said more than 120 people were arrested during Sunday's protests over the acquittal of a former police...

GA Tech Student Raising Funds for Campus Police After Monday Riot

A Georgia Tech student has launched an online fundraising effort to aid campus police officers affected by Monday night’s riots.

Adler to be Appointed Bureau of Justice Assistance Director

President Donald Trump has announced he intends to appoint Jon Adler to head the Bureau of Justice Assistance in the Department of Justice.

Court Rules Against Seattle Officers in Use-of-Force Policy Lawsuit

A federal appeals court panel on Tuesday unanimously voted to uphold the Seattle Police Department's policy that regulates the use of force by officers, dismissing the argument that it infringed on the cops' Second Amendment rights.

Video: American Antifa Activist Faces 10 Years Over Attack on French Officers

The protesters are accused of smashing up and then setting fire to a police car while two officers were still inside during a march in Paris in May last year.

Chief Says Minneapolis Police Body Camera Usage Up After Policy Change

Minneapolis police officers are using their body cameras more than they did before the department changed its policy following the fatal July officer-involved shooting of a woman who called 911, the city’s police chief said Monday.

Part-Time NY Police Station Targeted by Gunfire

The shatterproof windows of the new Syracuse police substation at Skiddy Park are covered with dents and cracks from gunshots. The number of bullet marks has multiplied to more than three dozen since the station opened in June.

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