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More and more police departments across the country are equipping their officers with body cameras. The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department is in the process of acquiring more.
For a machine with a processing power equivalent to 9,000 laptops running at once, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas' Cherry Creek supercomputer was anything but strong the day it arrived last November.
You, the public, want your police officers armed…with cameras.
A University of Cincinnati police officer who shot a driver to death during a routine traffic stop probably would not have been indicted for murder, authorities say, without a key piece of evidence — video from a camera worn by the cop.
The abysmal state of juvenile justice in much of Indian country took up an entire chapter of the Indian Law and Order Commission’s 2013 report, “A Roadmap For Making Native America Safer.”
For many Spanglish it seems to be a hybrid language which is inevitable when living in a bicultural country, while for others it is the impairment of the Spanish language.
In 1787, as the Constitutional Convention recessed having completed its work, an anxious lady asked Benjamin Franklin: “So Dr. Franklin, what kind of government are we to have?”
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