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Calif. cruiser collision injures 3

San Diego Union-Tribune OCEANSIDE, Calif. – Three people were injured yesterday afternoon when... - Full Story


Pa. police seize 410 weapons from suspect's home

By Torsten Ove The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette GREENSBURG, Pa. — Curt P. Radovich showed up at meetings... - Full Story


L.A. port police get new facility

By Art Marroquin The Daily Breeze LOS ANGELES — The growing Port of Los Angeles police force will... - Full Story


Va. trooper struck by drunken driver

By Wesley P. Hester The Richmohond Times Dispatch Related: What will it take for us to take drunk driving... - Full Story


Suit forces Chicago PD to hold arrestees a shorter time

By David Heinzmann and Angela Rozas The Chicago Tribune CHICAGO — Prompted by a class-action lawsuit,... - Full Story


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P1 Photo of the Week: The great intimidator

Related: The Police Shotgun: Versatile, Powerful & Still “The Great Intimidator”Submitted by:Al Arsenault Vancouver PD Vancouv... - Full Story


Pa. LEOs seek to reduce gun violence

By Moriah Balingit The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette ALLEGHENY COUNTY, Pa. — Standing before a display... - Full Story


Ill. officer requests demotion

By Jo Napolitano Chicago Tribune CICERO, Ill. — A Cicero police commander under investigation for... - Full Story


Fla. department to take DNA in all arrests

Kristen Reed and Rachael Jackson Sentinel Staff Writers DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Any day now, Daytona... - Full Story

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Tragic historic milestone: Nearly 10,000 officers slain by gunfire

Tragic historic milestone: Nearly 10,000 officers slain by gunfire

Dating back to the first law enforcement fatality recorded in 1792, there have been a total of 9,929 federal, state and local law enforcement officers killed by gunfire.

To put this figure in some perspective, the next highest cause of death among law enforcement officers is automobile crashes, which have accounted for 2,659 officer fatalities throughout history

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