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Week-349-September-7-2007

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Week 349
September 7, 2007
Ky. officer, former officer indicted for assault during pursuit

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RICHMOND, Ky. — A grand jury has indicted a central Kentucky police officer and a former police officer on misdemeanor charges stemming from a July Fourth vehicle pursuit.

Richmond police officer Stephen Parker and former Berea police officer Billy Beavers were each charged with one count of fourth-degree assault and one count of first-degree official misconduct ... Full Story

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After the gunfight                           
There is an important aspect of officer involved shootings that remains uncertain, and that is how we should we deal with an officer in the immediate aftermath of a gunfight.

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The incidents we have the most trouble handling are those where the officer won, finishing the fight uninjured ... Full Story

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