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Men fight outside bar after one is squirted with window cleaner: Westlake police blotter

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Bar fight, Dover Center Road: At 12:30 a.m. Feb. 22, a 37-year-old Fairview Park man squirted a 38-year-old Westlake Park man with window cleaner inside a Westlake bar. The two then fought outside and the Westlake man ended up with a broken nose. The incident is under prosecutorial review. Identity theft, Georgia Drive: On Feb. 20, a Westlake man said he received letters from Michigan and Oklahoma saying he had filed tax returns in those states. He said he had Anthem insurance, which recently suffered a massive security breach. Shoplifting, Detroit Road: At 4:33 p.m. Feb. 21, the staff of a Detroit Road store caught a 42-year-old Cleveland man stealing $42 worth of toiletries. He was arrested on suspicion of petty theft. Accidental discharge, Cedarwood Drive: About 2 p.m. Feb. 21, a Westlake man was cleaning his .380 handgun when it went off, firing a round into a neighboring house with three people inside. Westlake’s prosecutor is reviewing the situation. Harassment, Dover Center Road: At 4:30 a.m. Feb. 22, a Westlake woman said her ex-husband, a 40-year-old Berea man she has a protection order against, kept driving by her home and throwing bags of roses and other items into her driveway. […]

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Protected: License plate readers let police keep tabs on more drivers

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Pooler police get laser crime scene scanner

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Detectives at the Pooler police department have added a new tool to help them solve crimes in west Chatham County. The FARO Technologies 3-D laser scanner the department bought in December aids forensic investigation by quickly documenting the scenes of crimes or serious wrecks through a rapid-fire series of 360-degree photographs. It creates a permanent record of scenes before they are disturbed, and the images it captures can be viewed from various angles with a computer. “The advantage of this thing is that it will end up with a three-dimensional photograph that you can move through,” said Lt. Karen Zantow, head of the department’s Criminal Investigations Division. After the scanner does its thing, a program stitches images together in a way that investigators can navigate. “It not only scans the area with the laser, it takes photos as well,” said Detective Richard Monkes, who demonstrated how the device captured a navigable image of a room at the department. “Part of the process is adding photos to the scan.” Zantow said the device might capture some things investigators miss as they work a crime scene. With the images captured by the scanner, it’s easy to go back and check. Importantly, it […]

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Crime down after Hampshire police start wearing body cameras

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That’s the conclusion of researchers at Portsmouth University’s Institute of Criminal Justice Studies. They found that public order and assault crimes dropped by 18 per cent, from just over 1,700 to 1,400 in the year that police on the Isle of Wight were wearing cameras. It also found that assaults on police went down by a third. The 160 cameras were issued to officers on the Island on 1 July 2013 and the detailed study evaluated the year prior to the issue of BWVs and the year after. Five hundred more body-worn BWV cameras will be rolled out to frontline officers in Hampshire over the next three months and the effects of that on crime rates will also be evaluated by the University of Portsmouth. Hampshire Police and Crime Commissioner Simon Hayes said: ’This report identifies clear benefits to victims of crime, plus officers, and should be of some reassurance to society as a whole. In particular, outcomes for victims of domestic abuse on the Island appear to have been significantly improved as a result of evidence captured through BWV.” The impact the cameras had on public order and assault was quite impressive – a sure sign that they are […]

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NSW election 2015: Coalition to boost police numbers, invest $100m in new policing technology

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Mr Baird pledged to recruit an additional 310 officers, bringing the authorised strength number to 17,000. The Premier also said 250 of the officers would be trained as serious crime investigators. The Counter Terrorism and Special Tactics Command would get an additional 50 detectives, along with the Child Abuse Squad. While visiting the Mount Druitt Police Station in Sydney’s west today, Mr Baird also promised to invest $100 million over four years in new policing technology. “This package delivers more specialist police investigators to target the most serious offences and technology to make police work safer and quicker,” he said. The funds would go towards providing police with body-worn video cameras, tablet computers and mobile fingerprint scanners. Mr Baird’s government also promised a new police station for Mt Druitt. “This building is 40 years old and is in generally poor condition,” Police Minister Stuart Ayres said. “We’re committed to providing police with the state-of-the-art facilities they need to get on and do the job they do best.” However, Labor said the Premier’s promise on police numbers was a re-announcement of an earlier pledge. Shadow treasurer Michael Daley said in 2012 the Coalition promised to boost police numbers by 309 officers, […]

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The Egg Harbor Township Police Department is Seeking Assistance in Identifying a Man Involved in a Fraud Incident

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The Egg Harbor Township Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a subject involved in a fraud incident. On February 5th, the pictured male used a fraudulent credit card to purchase gift cards at the Shoprite at English Creek and the Shoprite in Somers Point. He also made a purchase Dunkin Donuts in Mays Landing and attempted to purchase gift cards at the Acme in Mays Landing. The male is described as a dark skinned black male approximately 40 years old with glasses and a beard. The victim reports she still has the credit card in her possession. The male also made purchases with a separate credit card, but it is unknown who the victim is at this time. The man was driving a Jeep Cherokee with an unknown registration or state. Anyone with information on this incident or that can identify the male, contact the Egg Harbor Township Police Criminal Investigation Bureau at 609.926.4051. They can also Contact Atlantic County Crime Stoppers at 609.652-1234, 1.800.658.8477(TIPS), or at www.crimestoppersatlantic.com. Crime Stoppers offers cash rewards for information leading to arrests and indictments in Atlantic County. source: https://snjtoday.com/the-egg-harbor-township-police-department-is-seeking-assistance-in-identifying-a-man-involved-in-a-fraud-incident79897/

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Hacker cites police brutality against Texas State student in attack on San Marcos city, police sites

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A hacker named “Bitcoin Baron” has claimed responsibility for cyberattacking the City of San Marcos and San Marcos Police Department websites in retaliation against a police officer who allegedly assaulted a Texas State University student in 2013. The websites were down as of Tuesday morning. “I am here to say you’re out of line and I’m going to attack your site nonstop until I know Palermo is going to prison for a long time for what he’s done to this lady Alexis Alpha,” the supposed hacker claims in a video posted to YouTube on Monday. Ex-San Marcos Cpl. John A. Palermo pleaded guilty in January to one charge of aggravated assault by a public servant for attacking Alpha, then a 22-year-old Texas State University student, after she walked near his police car while Palermo was conducting a traffic stop in May 2013. The encounter left her with broken teeth, bruises and a concussion. Palermo received 10 years of probation and deferred adjudication in lieu of a conviction for the second degree felony, according to Hays County court records. RELATED: Arrest of San Marcos cops called rarity At around 1:10 am. on May 29, 2013, Alpha walked by a traffic stop made by Palermo […]

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Police launch cyber squad to target online crime in Yorkshire

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Yorkshire’s biggest force is making a number of two-year appointments for a new unit set up to target the “rapidly expanding” network of technologically-savvy fraudsters, bullies, groomers and hackers. The recruits – paid up to £28,389 and expected to be in position by the end of next month – will be responsible for providing tactical support and advice to cyber crime investigators as well as developing new technology and strategies. Detective Chief Inspector Andy Williams, West Yorkshire Police’s cyber-crime lead, said: “This area of criminality is rapidly expanding and the establishment of a cyber-crime team puts us in the best position to combat this emerging threat. “The new team will be led by a detective inspector, who’s already in place, with a detective sergeant expected to be appointed shortly and six specialist support staff. “The detailed knowledge provided by this team will significantly enhance our current expertise across all areas of cyber criminality.” The recruitment drive coincides with a week-long campaign to raise awareness over the dangers of cyber crime. It comes after a study by campaign group Get Safe Online found 58 per cent of people in Yorkshire had been victims of cyber-crime and were left feeling “violated” by […]

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3D Video: Royal Oman Police to raise awareness through videos

Muscat: A series of 3D films designed to increase awareness of crimes is planned by the Royal Oman Police (ROP). “The fifteen 3D videos will be released as episodes and will be broadcast during the Holy Month of Ramadan on television and social media,” a source at the ROP said.A 2.41-minute promo of the upcoming serials in the 3D format is already posted on social media and has been watched by more than 33,500 viewers.The ROP source added that the purpose of the video is to reach the public through new and modern ways of communication which they connect with. “We at ROP thought it best to use new-era technology to address different crimes through TV and social media channels,” explained the source. Aimed at children and youth, the 3D serials are designed to be an education tool. The ROP had earlier released an advertisement explaining online services provided by the ROP on their official website. “I feel the promo clip conveyed the message very well to the public,” said the source. Also, traditional music used in the advertisement was well appreciated, he noted. Responding to the clip, Ali Khlafan, who works in the government sector, said he appreciated the […]

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Police scrap anti-violence poster that looked like it showed an officer beating a person with a riot stick as they begged for mercy

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A police force has scrapped an anti-violence poster after Twitter users said it showed an officer with a riot stick hitting a victim begging for mercy.  The image was supposed to promote a campaign to stop drunk and violent people entering pubs and clubs. But Twitter users quickly pointed out that the logo looked more like police brutality – claiming it appeared to show a riot officer beating a prone victim. Paul Cruikshank tweeted ‘@DC-Police @euanmccolm How many drunk people the Dept’s arrested have had a helmet on and carrying a truncheon?’. Police replied that it was ‘meant to show one drunk person attacking another, which often happens when drinkers go overboard’. But this met with a response from Phil Ellery, who tweeted ‘@DC-Police a drunk person wearing a riot helmet and carrying a truncheon?’. Amazingly, the image can be downloaded from a number of clip-art websites, including pubzi and clker, by searching for the term ‘police brutality’. A Devon and Cornwall spokesman said today that the force had ‘taken on board feedback from the public’ and has decided to remove the image. He said the campaign, which started in South Devon and is now being rolled out in Plymouth, cut […]

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