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Send in the clowns: Prine supporters address 'joke' of a decision to not issue subpoenas to city officials

Supporters of former police chief Paul Prine showed up to the Mobile City Council meeting Tuesday dressed as clowns and were eventually escorted out of council chambers after addressing the council.

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Birmingham law firm hired to investigate allegations by former Mobile police chief

The Mobile City Council officially hired a Birmingham law firm to investigate allegations made by former police chief Paul Prine.

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'We want you, we need you': Officers voice support for Mobile Police Chief Paul Prine

A rally is planned Saturday for Mobile Police Chief Paul Prine and officers are coming forward to voice their support for him after he was put on administrative leave.

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Beards and Badges: Mobile PD loosens facial hair policy for trial period

You may have noticed Mobile Police Chief Paul Prine is looking a little different these days. For the first time in his nearly 30-year career in law enforcement, Prine has grown a mustache and beard. But he isn’t alone.

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City of Mobile makes immediate changes to police policy after shooting of 16-year-old

The Mobile Police Department released information after a deadly incident involving officers early Monday and Mayor Sandy Stimpson announced immediate changes to the department’s policies and procedures.

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Mobile police chief hopes decrease in violent crime will overshadow 'egregious' and 'erroneous' report by national and local media

The city of Mobile continues to fight the perception that the city is one of the most dangerous in the nation after incorrect crime numbers were submitted to the FBI and ended up in reports nationwide.