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Police: Colo. man killed by cops demanded to be shot
A man who was fatally shot by Aurora police Sunday morning advanced toward them with a long kitchen knife, ignored commands to drop the weapon and demanded ... Full Story

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Trading freedoms for national security... do you have a choice?
By Ralph Mroz
Director of Training
Police Officers Safety Association


The class at the academy was, I suppose, typical. There were classes on the neat stuff: defensive tactics, firearms, vehicle stop procedure, and so on. And then there was the boring stuff: lecture after lecture about search and seizure ... Full Story

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Individually Personalized Memorial Banners To Honor Fallen Law Enforcement Officers
N.C. police chief arrested on child porn charges
[Greensboro, NC]
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Kids watch as dad kills N.Y. cop-mom, self
[New Windsor, NY]
Drive-by shooting in Chicago wounds 11, 1 critically
[Chicago, IL]
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[Seattle, WA]

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U.S. Homeland Security ordered to investigate air marshal charges
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Chertoff: Guard deployment helping greatly on border security
[Nogales, AZ]
West Virginia terminal evacuated after suspicious liquid found in luggage
[Ceredo, WV]
British terror plot suspects interrogated in high-security police station
[London]

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