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Jurors award man wounded by Fla. deputy $23.1M

Video from the dashboard camera in the patrol car showed the man's left hand was empty - Full Story

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Officer, wife find solace in creating personalized urns for K-9s

Officer, wife find solace in creating personalized urns for K-9s

The K-9 handler and his wife help others through their grief with a special memorial - Full Story

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Pa. officer finds lost dog with personal drone

The officer sent the drone airborne to get video of the area - Full Story

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Utah officer plays babysitter for rambunctious 2-year-old at courthouse

The girl’s father was due in court and could not leave the child at home.

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Video: Utah officer plays babysitter for rambunctious 2-year-old at courthouse

The girl’s father was due in court and could not leave the child at home - Full Story

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Uniformed UK officer mistaken for stripper at birthday party

The officer had mistakenly entered the party while on patrol - Full Story

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Video: Md. officers take polar plunge for Special Olympics, raise $1.4M

The water in that area of bay was about 37 degrees in the afternoon and air temperature hovered around 40 - Full Story

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Retired cop files complaint against Philly cops

He claims the officers forced their way into his house, handcuffed him, and threatened to haul him off to jail - Full Story

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Detroit-area officer gets 13 months in prison for assault

The violent incident was recorded on a dashcam, but it wasn't known publicly until weeks later when local news aired it - Full Story

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Retired Ohio officer rejects deal to volunteer so he can keep K-9

The officer says he retired out of health concerns and hasn't worked since July because of neck and shoulder injuries - Full Story



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