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Blood drive benefits police officer's son
Today's THVSeptember 1, 2011

That's what citizens, police officers and even military members were doing Wednesday afternoon. A blood drive was organized to help out a young citizen of Benton. On July 25, 2-year-old Easton Begoon of Benton, was diagnosed with T-cell leukemia. ...more »

Amendment allows secret investigations
XinhuaSeptember 1, 2011

1 (Xinhuanet) --A controversial clause in a draft amendment to China's Criminal Procedure Law has met with mixed reaction from legal experts for allowing the police to conduct secret investigation and detention of suspects of national security crimes. ...more »

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Administrative Hearings
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NLRB Issues Complaint Saying Castlewood Lockout Is Illegal
Livermore IndependentSeptember 3, 2011

In what may be a major breakthrough for locked-out Castlewood Country Club food service employees and other unionized staff, the NLRB has issued a complaint to an administrative law judge that the lockout is unlawful. The general counsel of the ...more »

Investigations
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6 investigations in about 6 years focused on police dispatcher
Colorado Springs GazetteSeptember 3, 2011

Leibowitz declined to comment on the results of that investigation, citing privacy concerns. He retired in August 2009 after more than 30 years in the department. Hogan, however, remains on paid administrative leave after her most recent arrest, ...more »

Federal Regulations
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DEP regulations / Kill the waiver rule
Press of Atlantic CitySeptember 1, 2011

The rule would allow individuals, municipalities, developers and other businesses to ask for waivers from regulations under four conditions: if a regulation conflicted with other state or federal rules, if there is a public emergency, if there would be ...more »

Regulatory Enforcement
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Extra protection for BART on 9/11 anniversary
Pleasanton WeeklySeptember 9, 2011

BART Police Chief Kenton W. Rainey, at the request of Transit Security Administration, asked law enforcement agencies surrounding BART property to join the BART police in Operation RAILSAFE. Customers may notice extra vehicle patrols through bus zones ...more »

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