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NYPD officer fatally shoots wife, kills self

Editor's Note: Understanding Domestic Violence columnist Richard Davis says, "For police departments,... - Full Story

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Bridge operator charged in officer's death

By Brendan McCarthy Times-PicayuneNEW ORLEANS — The bridge operator on duty in May when the Judge... - Full Story

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Miami officer, burned in '04 crash, dies

By Susannah Nesmith Miami HeraldMIAMI — A decorated former Miami police officer who was badly burned... - Full Story

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New Ill. gym motivates, unites officers

By Jacqueline Lee Belleville News-DemocratFAIRVIEW HEIGHTS, Ill. — The New Year may spur attendance... - Full Story

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Five hurt outside Chicago high school in gang-related shooting

The Associated PressCHICAGO — Five people were shot as spectators left a crowded high school basketball... - Full Story

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Off duty officer thwarts Pa. bank robber

Editor's Note: Street Survival Seminar instructor Betsy Brantner Smith encourages officers to always... - Full Story

Columns

In humor, there is truth Richard Fairburn - Law Enforcement Firearms

In humor, there is truth

The development of Internet email has been a huge boon to the passing of endless reams of jokes. Some of... - Full Story

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Training to carry off duty The Police Officers Safety Association (POSA) - Free Video Training Programs for Law Enforcement

Training to carry off duty

By Ralph MrozHopefully you carry a firearm off duty. You can now legally do so nationwide, thanks to... - Full Story

In-depth News

Baltimore police to stop identifying officers who kill, injure suspects

Baltimore police to stop identifying
officers who kill, injure suspects

BALTIMORE — An officer looks at a patrol car that a man set on fire behind Baltimore police headquarters. Baltimore police will no longer release the names of officers who kill or injure people, changing a long-standing practice that the department believes put officers at risk. Regionally and across the country, police agencies differ in their disclosure of police-involved shootings; some release the names within hours and others withhold the information altogether. - Full Story

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BART confirms officer in controversial shooting receiving death threats

Related articles: Video of BART officer fatally shooting fight suspect surfaces Transit officer fatally... - Full Story



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