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Trump writes memo requesting an investigation to potentially defund U.S. cities

President Trump has ordered an inquiry into potentially defunding major metropolitan cities amid a rise in violence and cuts to police budgets.

From local governments to nationwide protests, police reform is continuing to gain momentum

In response to the protests since the death of George Floyd, local, state and national governments have started to pay attention. Activists are meeting lawmakers to discuss ways for sustainable reform.

Two officers injured in wake of attack on 41st precinct

A man opened fire on a police van in the Bronx on the night of Feb. 8, shooting at and wounding the two officers inside, according to CNN.

Police find individuals with stolen bicycle

On Aug. 20 at approximately 8:48 p.m., Campus Police responded to a report of four suspicious male individuals walking bicycles outside of Townhouses East.

Cop Shop: Campus Police responds to break-in at off-campus house

On May 1 at approximately 3:10 p.m., Campus Police were contacted on account of a reported theft. The reporting student stated that his purple Diamondback 21 speed

Cop Shop: Unknown suspect vandalizes memorial wall

On April 9 at approximately 8:18 a.m., Campus Police was dispatched to a memorial wall on campus on a report of criminal mischief.

Campus Police investigate reports of stolen items

On March 29 at approximately 10:11 p.m., Campus Police was dispatched to Townhouses South on a report of harassment.

Cop Shop: Police locates student suspects in fire alarm pulling

Campus Police was dispatched to Eickhoff Hall at approximately 10:45 p.m. on Jan. 24 in response to an active fire alarm. Upon arrival, Campus Police entered the building and went to the fire alarm panel, which read, “First Floor Elevator Pull Station.”

Journalists expose cases of police brutality, misconduct

The School of Humanities and Social Sciences, along with the Criminology Department, hosted journalist Andrew Ford from the Asbury Park Press on Nov. 28 to present “Protecting the Shield,” a project that was the product of a two-year investigation into the hidden misconduct of law enforcement across the state of New Jersey.

Police train for active shooter scenarios

While students retreated into their homes, eager to relax over winter break, Campus Police took advantage of a relatively empty campus to educate its officers with its annual Law Enforcement Active Shooter Emergency Response course.

Campus police expands after break-ins

Members of Campus Police, the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office and families of the officers gathered in Paul Loser Hall on the cool morning of Jan. 17, for the swearing-in ceremony of five Campus Police officers.

Four officers shot in three states in 24 hours

Four shootings of police officers took place on Nov. 20 in three different states.

Another fatal shooting of a black man by LAPD renews body cam debate

Carnell Snell Jr., 18, was carrying a handgun when an LAPD officer opened fire.

North Carolina tightening access to police video

North Carolina implemented a law that makes it necessary for city officials to receive a court order before releasing body or dashboard camera footage of police officers.

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