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State’s High Court Deciding on Issue of Law Officer Records

The South Dakota Supreme Court is considering whether criminal defendants should be able to see the disciplinary records of law enforcement officers who arrested them.

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Sioux Falls Police Chief Connects with the Community

Sioux Falls Police Chief Doug Barthel is a believer in lasting connections with the community.

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Milstead Says Police Body Cameras May Be OK But Not a Cheap or Simple Solution

After the New York and Ferguson, Missouri choking and shooting incidents of black men, activists are calling for law enforcement officers to have to wear body cameras.

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New Commander in Highway Patrol’s Sioux Falls Office

There's a new commander of the South Dakota Highway Patrol's Sioux Falls District.

Captain Alan Welsh officially assumed command of the Patrol's Sioux Falls District on Thursday, January 9, one day after Captain Kevin Joffer  retired...

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Abdallah to Head Law Enforcement Coordination

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — The South Dakota attorney general's office has hired a former state legislator and retired lawman to help coordinate training efforts between state, local and federal law enforcement agencies in the state.

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SD Law Enforcement Asks For Your Help

A chase and manhunt came up empty through areas around Sioux Falls and Marion, SD Sunday night and now law enforcement is asking for your help in locating 32 year old Jonathon Mandler.

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Officer’s Death Reminds Us of the Dangers

The death of a police officer in Cold Spring, Minnesota is another reminder of the dangers faced by those who make our communities safer...

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Family And Friends Attend Services For Actress Natasha Richardson

Two Thoughts on a Sioux Falls Funeral

Sioux Falls drivers are amazing. He was the quintessential ordinary man.

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Tea Seeks Guidance in Hiring New Police Chief

The Tea City Council is turning to the South Dakota Police Chiefs' Association for guidance in determining the best way to go about hiring a new police chief.

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Mayor Bloomberg Attends NYPD Memorial Ceremony In Manhattan's Battery Park

72 Law Enforcement Officers Were Slain Last Year

The FBI says that 72 law enforcement officers were killed in the line of duty last year, up from 56 the year before.

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