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January 23, 2009

NYPD eyes web pages of police recruits

By Larry Celona New York PostNEW YORK, N.Y. — It's a sign of the times. The NYPD is requiring police... - Full Story
January 23, 2009

Atlanta seeks to end cuts in police work hours

By Eric Stirgus Atlanta Journal-Constitution ATLANTA — The Atlanta City Council unanimously agreed... - Full Story
January 23, 2009

PoliceOne Member Photo of the Week: The true meaning of team work

RED RIBBON WEEK 2008 Members of the Waco Police Department (SWAT, Waco Crime Stoppers), Woodway DPS(SWAT/K-9),... - Full Story
January 22, 2009

Officer saves woman who fell onto metro tracks

Associated PressWASHINGTON — An officer from the Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County,... - Full Story
January 22, 2009

Deputy stabs man who tried to disarm him

The Sacramento Bee SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A motorist who allegedly grabbed for a deputy’s pistol... - Full Story
January 22, 2009

Family in line of fire thanks 'hero' officer

By Heath Urie Daily CameraBOULDER, Colo. — Perrin Dake and his 17-year-old daughter, Tanya, were... - Full Story
January 22, 2009

Texas detention officer dies during training

By Adriana M. Chávez El Paso Times (Texas) EL PASO, Texas — Martha and Cesar Arreola were... - Full Story
January 22, 2009

LAPD policy on riot gear reviewed after injury

Officers controlling a crowd in Westwood were told not to wear helmets right awayBy Andrew Blankstein... - Full Story
January 22, 2009

Ohio officer struck, killed while clearing debris from highway

Editor's note: The topic of officers being struck by passing vehicles during roadside activities (traffic... - Full Story
January 22, 2009

For cops, inauguration was both 'historical' and 'business as usual'

By Emily Yehle Roll CallFor Capitol Police officers, Barack Obama's inauguration means 16-hour shifts,... - Full Story

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