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.
Bay Area Police to Crack Down on Texting While Driving
Bay Area police will crack down on drivers who text on their phones or use handheld devices behind the wheel.
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Southern California LEOs Honored in Fight Against Hate Crimes
Nearly two dozen Southern California LEOs were honored by the Anti-Defamation League for their actions in fighting hate crimes.
California Attorney General Announces ‘JusticeMobile’ App for LEOs
California Attorney General Kamala Harris announced a new 'JusticeMobile' app which lets LEOs to download criminal records to their smartphones.
Local California Police to Get New Glock 41 Gen4 Guns, Retro Badges
A local California police department is reportedly set to receive new Glock 41 Gen4 handguns, as well as special commemorative badges.
Smith & Wesson to Stop M&P Sales in California Over Microstamping Law
Smith & Wesson has issued a statement confirming they would stop sales of most of their firearms in California due to the new microstamping law.
NSSF Sues Over Gun-Control Ordinance
The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) has filed a lawsuit against the city of Sunnyvale, Calif. over a gun-control ordinance.
California City Tightens Controls on Gun Dealers
The Pleasant Hill (CA) city council approved an ordinance that tightens controls on gun dealers.
Conversion Kits Facing Ban in California
A bill authored by Assemblywoman Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, that would ban kits that convert guns into assault-type weapons was approved in a state Assembly concurrence vote Wednesday and has been…