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Man who shot Indy cop appears in court

Related article: Ind. officer shot serving warrant The Indianapolis Star Staff reportINDIANAPOLIS —... - Full Story

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Off-duty cop involved in shooting restored to full duty

NYPD officer had tested positive for alcohol use after top cop says he took 'appropriate and courageous... - Full Story

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Ga. court rules killing deputy is capital offense

Pair said they didn't know he was officer with 'no-knock' warrant. That doesn't matter, justices say.Related... - Full Story

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7-hour Utah standoff ends peacefully

By Erin Alberty The Salt Lake TribuneWEST VALLEY CITY, Utah — A seven-hour police standoff in a... - Full Story

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Minn. cop 'not guilty,' claims entrapment

By James Walsh The Star TribuneMINNEAPOLIS — Longtime Minneapolis police officer Mike Roberts is... - Full Story

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Calif. man who killed officer ex-girlfriend escapes murder charge

By Henry K. Lee The San Francisco ChronicleVALLEJO, Calif. — A Vallejo man was convicted today... - Full Story

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Baltimore officer indicted in man's death

Related article: Md. police shooting goes to court, Baltimore may change policy on releasing officers'... - Full Story

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Chicago police superintendent gets a grilling

Related article: Chicago's new top cop shakes things up By Don Babwin The Associated PressCHICAGO —... - Full Story

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Active shooters in schools: Arming campus cops is elementary Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - 10-43: Be Advised...

Active shooters in schools: Arming campus cops is elementary

A mass-notification system can mitigate various issues after a campus shooting happens, but it’s not going to stop the active shooter - Full Story

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Ill. police trade in shotguns for assault rifles

By Carolyn Rusin The Chicago TribuneCHICAGO — Schaumburg police will equip squad cars with semiautomatic... - Full Story



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