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Child pornography found by officer after a private search suppressed

On November 26, 2011, Mr. Aron Lichtenberger was arrested for failing to register as a sex offender by officers of the Cridersville, Ohio Police Department, including Officer Douglas Huston, at the home he shared with his girlfriend, Ms. Karley Holmes. After the arrest, Ms. Holmes “hacked” into Mr. Lichtenberger’s password protected personal laptop computer, and accessed a computer folder labeled “private.”  She discovered images of child pornography within that folder.

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Jana Monroe: Oral History

Jana Monroe never waited for an invitation. As one of the first female sworn officers in California policing, Monroe was “pretty much an anomaly” in her own words. At first she was given traditionally feminine roles – looking after children at an arrest, dealing with juvenile offenders, and talking to female victims, but Monroe wanted more out of the job.

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During Police Week & Beyond, Take Time to Honor Federal Law Enforcement Officers

With this year’s National Police Week upon us, it serves as a reminder of the sacrifices made daily by members of the federal law enforcement community. Law enforcement officers of all stripes, from state and local police to those working for the federal government, have had a trying year.

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It's Time for the National Blue Alert

Now that we buried our two NYPD heroes, Detective Liu and Detective Ramos, what is being done to augment protections for our nation's blue warriors? Our nation's leaders will fail if they quietly allow the memory of Detective Liu and Detective Ramos' ultimate sacrifice to revert back to a "chaos as usual" atmosphere. ‎We all know that sound bites provide us with zero ballistic protection, so what can get done? Re-enter the National Blue Alert.

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