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San Diego County Will Take Bids For Body Cameras For Sheriff's Deputies

March 3
By City News Service
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Outfitting the department's personnel with the cameras and accessories is expected to cost more than $1 million a year, not including the cost of storing the recordings electronically.

California Supreme Court Rules Against Sex Offender Law Restrictions

March 2
By Associated Press
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California's Supreme Court ruled the state cannot prohibit all registered sex offenders in San Diego County from living within 2,000 feet of a school or park.

San Diego County Supervisors To Talk Cameras For Deputies

March 2
By City News Service
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Law enforcement agencies in the San Diego region and across the country are starting to acquire the cameras so that officers can record interactions with the public.

Ex-San Diego Cop Convicted In Sex Case Freed Early From Jail

March 2
By 10News
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Ex-San Diego police Officer Christopher Hays, who pleaded guilty to groping and illegally detaining women while on duty, has been released from jail after serving five months of a one-year jail term.

Lanes Of I-8 East Reopened Following Shooting Investigation

March 2
By City News Service
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Three lanes of the eastbound I-8 freeway between Severin Drive and Johnson Avenue were closed to allow an investigation of an early morning shooting. The lanes were reopened by 7 a.m.

Congress Tries 1-Week Bill To Keep Homeland Security Open

Feb. 27
By Associated Press
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Hours after conservatives joined with Democrats to vote down a three-week funding measure, 224-203, the Senate presented a one-week alternative to keep open the agency.

Administration Circulates Plans For Possible Homeland Security Shutdown

Feb. 27
By Associated Press
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The Obama administration is circulating procedures for how the Department of Homeland Security will operate in the event of a midnight shutdown.

7-Year-Old Boy Dies After Being Struck By Car In El Cajon

Feb. 27

The boy was struck by a Hyundai sedan Thursday. The driver of the Hyundai was an 18-year-old man, who immediately stopped and was cooperating with investigators, police said, adding neither drugs nor alcohol appeared to be factors in the tragedy.

Rescue Workers Continue Search For Missing Hiker At Palomar Mountain

Feb. 27
By City News Service
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San Diego-area authorities, aided by search teams from Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties, resumed the search for Chris Slyvia.

Search Continues For Man Who Disappeared While Hiking In East San Diego County

Feb. 26
By City News Service
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Chris Sylvia, 28, was reported missing Tuesday after he failed to arrive as planned at his final destination in Campo.

Overall Crime Rate Decreases In San Diego

Feb. 26
By City News Service
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The exception was rape, with the number of reported cases rising from 316 in 2013 to 371 last year — a jump of more than 17 percent.

Homeland Security Office Working To Update San Diego's Emergency Plans

Feb. 25
By Claire Trageser
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Many city of San Diego departments have incomplete emergency plans. The city's Office of Homeland Security is working to update those plans, but changes won't come until after this summer.

New San Diego Police Data Shows Little Change In Rate Of Stops For Black, Hispanic Drivers

Feb. 25
By Megan Burks
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Councilwoman Marti Emerald has ordered an independent review of the Police Department's data.

San Diego Trying To Fill Emergency Preparedness Gaps

Feb. 24
By Claire Trageser
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An audit released last summer found that many San Diego city departments had outdated or inaccurate information in their plans for what to do in case of an emergency. Now the city is working to update its plans.

No Charges Filed Against LAPD Officers Who Fatally Shot Oceanside Man

Feb. 24
By Associated Press

Chief Charlie Beck determined two months ago that the officers violated department rules for deadly force and their actions weren't reasonable. The City Council approved a payment of $5 million to Brian Beaird's family to settle a federal civil rights lawsuit.

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