A 28-year-old plainclothes city police officer was shot twice in the chest this afternoon in the Westport neighborhood of South Baltimore and underwent emergency surgery at Maryland Shock Trauma Center, police officials said.
Dante Hemingway, a seven-year veteran assigned to the vice unit in the Organized Crime Division, was in critical condition after surgery. …
The Baltimore S.W.A.T. team patrols the street Thursday after an officer was shot twice in the chest. Officer Dante N. Hemingway, 28, was in critical condition and remained in surgery hours after the shooting, police said. (AP Photo/Matt Houston)
Sponsored by Wherify Wireless
Order Faces 4.0 LE before May 31, 2006 and save 15%. Contact Wherify to receive a free demo and find out why thousands of police agencies worldwide, including the FBI and US Military, use FACES' breakthrough composite image technology from Wherify Wireless. Coupon Code: P10406
PoliceOne Exclusive: Community Policing: The "Gap" Theory
PoliceOne Safety Tip:
Officer Andrew Ego, DLNR, Honolulu (HI)
Whenever reholstering your firearm, especially after administrative loading (loading your firearm at the start of the day, inserting magazine, working slide, then topping off the magazine) push the magazine base to be sure it is seated properly…
Full Tip(Secure- law enforcement only)
Sponsored by TSI
Stackable Weapons Racks answers the need for flexible small arms storage. House your weapons vertically or horizontally with attached accessories such as scopes and grenade launchers. These racks are only 15 inches deep and come with optional meshed security gates. Save space by stacking one rack on top of another and back-to-back.
The WatchGuard DV-1 is the first and only police in-car camera system that records onto rewritable DVD-Video discs that will play on regular DVD players. The system can record up to a full eight (8) hours of high quality digital video on a single, inexpensive DVD disc that can be reused up to 1000 times.
PoliceOne does not send unsolicited messages. You are receiving this email because you have signed up for PoliceOne and subscribed to this newsletter. Visit our Customer Support page:
www.policeone.com/help/support.cfm or call 1-888-Police1 (888 765-4231) with any SUBSCRIPTION, LOGIN or E-MAIL PROBLEMS.
PoliceOne.com is committed to timeliness and accuracy in its presentation, with more current U.S. law enforcement news each day than any other source. If you have any corrections, story suggestions, articles you would like posted, please email
firstname.lastname@example.org, or submit your stories directly online on our
the News Submissions page.