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Deputy critical after crash responding to false report

Deputy critical after crash responding to false report

Deputy Jaron Fountain crashed into a ditch while responding to a burglary in progress that was discovered to be false - Full Story

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Handcuffed man falls off Mo. patrol boat, drowns

The state highway patrol is investigating how a life jacket came off a handcuffed Iowa man after he went overboard - Full Story

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Fla. cops tackle cyclist at Critical Mass

The cyclist committed an alleged infraction and Fort Lauderdale police were asking him to pull over for more than a mile.

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Top 5 most cringe-worthy police moments

To say that law enforcement is a dirty job in the most literal terms would be an understatement. It’s... - Full Story

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Kids nearly hit as teen speeds through park during pursuit

14-year-old male driving the car had taken the vehicle from his grandfather.

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Ohio PD to cops: Don't enter burning buildings

Police officers were issued a new training bulletin Friday, ordering them not to enter a building that’s on fire to rescue people inside.

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Ohio PD to cops: Don't enter burning buildings

Police officers were issued a new training bulletin Friday, ordering them not to enter a building that’s on fire to rescue people inside - Full Story

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Keeping cops fit for duty challenges Calif. agencies

Most rookies are fit, but no police agency in the state requires they stay that way - Full Story

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Trending topics: Why you should always check the trunk

By PoliceOne Staff You know the saying – there’s no such thing as a routine traffic stop.... - Full Story

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Want to prevent Isla Vista-style attacks? Hint: It's not about the guns

Want to prevent Isla Vista-style attacks? Hint: It's not about the guns

Calif. lawmakers have floated a bill to give cops authority to seize a dangerously mentally ill person's guns, but the proposed law does nothing about a person's access to knives, blunt instruments, or other improvised weapons. And that's preposterous. - Full Story



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