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Maine officer follows in grandfather's footsteps

By Nick Sambides Jr. The Bangor Daily News MILLINOCKET, Maine — The late John McVey loved to regale... - Full Story

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Wash. college riot damages deputy's car

The Associated Press OLYMPIA, Wash. — A concert at The Evergreen State College ended in a riot... - Full Story

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Fla. robbers used fake squad to commit crimes

The Miami Herald MIAMI — Trooper Gerald Leandre was helping a motorist in a disabled car near Bird... - Full Story

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Largest sheriff department in Utah being broken up

The Salt Lake Tribune SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — The Incredible Shrinking Sheriff could get even smaller.... - Full Story

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Police are increasingly being filmed by citizens

By Annie Linskey The Baltimore Sun BALTIMORE — Drive though some Baltimore neighborhoods at night... - Full Story

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NOPD shows off new crime-fighting equipment

By Walt Philbin The New Orleans Times Picayune NEW ORLEANS — New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin and Police... - Full Story

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Philly waives residency requirements for officers

By Catherine Lucey The Philadelphia Daily News PHILADELPHIA — Mayor Nutter yesterday announced... - Full Story

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Fla. deputy stops rape in progress

By Diana Moskovitz The Miami Herald BROWARD COUNTY, Fla. — Broward sheriff's Deputy Eric Rodriguez... - Full Story

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2 Utah officers cleared in fatal shootings

By Aaron Falk The Deseret Morning News SALT LAKE CITY — Investigations have concluded that South... - Full Story

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Conference to train LEOs who help female crime victims kicks off

By Jana Wallis The Dallas Morning News DALLAS — Seeking to create better support for women who... - Full Story



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