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August 31, 2015

Ind. cop target of gunfire from passing car

The officer was targeted at random as he was taking a vandalism report - Full Story
August 31, 2015
Police worry about their own safety after killings: 'It's a different world'

Police worry about their own safety after killings: 'It's a different world'

The Houston ambush was the latest in a spate of deadly attacks in which police officers have been the targets - Full Story
August 31, 2015

New app intended to enhance Ky. campus safety

Users can report suspicious or criminal activity to University Police and can remain anonymous - Full Story
August 31, 2015

200 to graduate from NY State Police Academy

They will be assigned to posts around the state and subject to additional on the job field training - Full Story
August 29, 2015

Minor charges spurs resentment in Baltimore

Some complain that 'clearing the corner' continues to harm residents and has contributed to a distrust of police - Full Story
August 29, 2015

FBI investigates after international flight diverted

The pilot diverted the plane to Denver after declaring an emergency - Full Story
August 29, 2015

Citizens taking video of NY police see themselves facing arrest

No one is ever arrested on a charge of recording police because that is protected under the First Amendment - Full Story
August 29, 2015

Video: Man tackled before he can escape from court building

A man in court for aggravated domestic assault and battery attempted to flee the building - Full Story
August 29, 2015
Daughter of slain Ohio officer gets police escort to kindergarten

Daughter of slain Ohio officer gets police escort to kindergarten

Her father was off-duty and unarmed i when he was shot to death after helping get an unruly customer out of a pub - Full Story
August 29, 2015

Ohio county sheriff's office cracking down on food stamp fraud

Officials estimate they have saved taxpayers $17M since 2012 by detecting and arresting fraudulent food stamp users - Full Story



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