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Nassau PD adopts new use-of-force policy

Use of force by the police has been under scrutiny. Nassau PD responds to the concerns by adopting new guidelines for officers. http://liherald.com/valleystream/stories/Nassau-County-Police-Department-revisits-use-of-force-policy,81710

ABC TV interview

Arthur Dobrin is interviewed about Communities and Police Talk by Ken Rosato.

Arthur Dobrin is interviewed about Communities and Police Talk by Ken Rosato, on ABC TV.

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Police need policy on giving first aid

What policy does your police department having around giving fist aid to someone they just shot? It differs from place to place, with some having clear and helpful guidelines...

Are LI community police bi-lingual?

Community police need to be known by the communities they serve and to know the people by their names. Ideally, they should speak their language. Do ours community cops...

Families of three slain police officers talk about their losses

Families of three slain police officers talk about their losses.

Community policing in Houston

What do you think? Homeless people present special challenges to law enforcement. In Houston police have special unit to help homeless people. Should LI police have such units?    

Patrol cars need to follow traffic rules

What do you think? Most of the time, cops are responding to legitimate calls. But have you seen a police car roll through a stop sign, turn without signaling...

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