Riverside Police’s ‘Know Your Limit’ Program Allows For Free Breathalyzers
Bar patrons in California can make sure it's safe for them to get behind the wheel of a car with Riverside Police's new 'Know Your Limit' program.
LAPD’s New Data Program Helping Officers Target Crime
The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) is using a computer platform, nicknamed "LASER," that gathers data to pinpoint high-crime areas.
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Pomona Police Captain Joann Guzek Given Trailblazer Award
Pomona Police Captain Joann Guzek receives Trailblazer Award, presented annually to a woman who has made outstanding contributions to law enforcement.
Safariland Group Wins $6M Body Armor Contract From California Agencies
Two-year contract will see Safariland Group provide its Second Chance body armor to various California agencies.
California Gov. Vetoes Drone Limiting Legislation
Gov. Jerry Brown vetoes bill that would have prohibited California law enforcement from using a drone without a search warrant.
NSSF: Traditional Ammo Ban Will Boost Prices, Hurt Economy
The National Shooting Sports Foundation fears that an ammo ban will 'will at least triple the price of ammunition' and drive hunters away.
18 Arrested, Drugs Seized in San Marcos Gang Sweep
Eighteen arrested as North County Law Enforcement Alliance (NCLEA) conducts overnight probation compliance sweep in San Marcos.
Monterey County Law Enforcement Acquires $2.8 Million in Military Equipment
Monterey County law enforcement receives $2.8 million in military-grade weapons and equipment including rifles and a $733,000 MRAP.
California Police Join Weibo to Cater to Chinese Population
Alhambra Police Department turns to Weibo, a Chinese microblogging site described as a hybrid of Facebook and Twitter, to help its Chinese residents.