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D.C. Settles With Mass Arrest Victims: 7 Rounded Up in 2002 IMF Protest to Get $425,000 and an Apology (Post, Jan. 25, 2005)

For Homicide Investigators, The Streets Yield Few Allies: D.C. Case Illuminates Obstacles, Frustrations (Post, Oct. 25, 2004)

Crime-Fighting Obstacles Explored: Officials, Residents Talk at Conference (Post, Oct. 24, 2004)

Metro Police to Undergo Training in 'Verbal Judo': Technique Draws on Eastern Philosophy (Post, Oct. 22, 2004)

Police, Union Shift Talks To Mediator (Post, Oct. 21, 2004)

Police Show Strain From Endless Alerts: Blue Flu Outbreak, Costs Raise Worries (Post, Oct. 18, 2004)

D.C. Officer Gets 6 Months In PCP Case Tied to Death (Post, Oct. 8, 2004)

Police Union Disputes D.C. Crime Statistics: About 200 Cases Allegedly Set Aside (Post, Oct. 4, 2004)

For DWI Enforcer, These Are Busy Nights (Post, Sept. 4, 2004)

Checkpoints Keep Tabs on Holiday Drivers (Post, Sept. 4, 2004)

More Officers Sent to Dupont Circle After Slaying (Post, Aug. 25, 2004)

Ramsey Shift On Tracking Police Stops Questioned: Patterson, Groups Raise Concerns (Post, Aug. 19, 2004)

D.C. Cracks Down as Stolen-Goods Dealers Evolve: Fencing Becomes More Sophisticated, Disciplined (Post, Aug. 16, 2004)

D.C. Officer Convicted of PCP Possession (Post, Aug. 12, 2004)

D.C. Police Sweeping The Streets for Guns: Minor Offenses Often Used as Pretext for Searches (Post, July 4, 2004)

Police Lineups Falling Out of Favor: Lack of Suspect Look-Alikes Helps Lead to Demise (Post, April 19, 2004)

D.C. Police Are Arrested At High Rate (Post, April 16, 2004)

D.C. Officer Accused of Sex Assault: Suspect Lived in Md. With Teen's Mother (Post, April 3, 2004)

D.C. Police Try a Military Look: Patrol Officers Like New Fatigues, but Some Critics Wary (Post, March 18, 2004)

Police Coverup Alleged After Mass Arrests: Ramsey, Others Evaded Blame, D.C. Council Report Says (Post, March 11, 2004)

5th Police District to Be Scaled Back: Realignment Shifts Some NE Patrols to Other Commands (Post, Feb. 5, 2004)

Relignment Alters Priorities in 4th Police District (Post, Jan. 22, 2004)

More D.C. Officers On Extended Sick Leave: Roster Has Grown Since Ramsey Became Chief (Post, Jan. 18, 2004)

Arrested Police A Worry in D.C.: 24 Officers Have Faced Charges in 2003 (Post, Oct. 26, 2003)

After 6 Years of Doubt, A Nod of Vindication: Ex-Chief Not Bitter Over D.C. Police Probe (Post, Oct. 20, 2003)



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