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A sergeant's tip for holiday giving

A sergeant's tip for holiday giving

As a patrol sergeant, I supervise a group of really great cops who work their tails off me me all year long. So when the holiday gift-giving season rolls around, I like to come up with something nice for each of them each as a thank you. This year I'm gong to do things a little differently. - Full Story

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Va. police search for man who shot sheriff's deputy, 2 others

The Associated PressDRAPER, Va. — Police in western Virginia are searching for a man suspected... - Full Story

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Mexican drug smugglers pose top crime threat

Related articles: Mexico police commander killed outside home U.S. releases first part of drug aid for... - Full Story

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Many Md. officers didn't complete coursework

By Justin Fenton Baltimore SunBALTIMORE — More than a quarter of Baltimore City police officers... - Full Story

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N.Y. cop indicted in bicyclist body-check

Related articles: NY cop caught on video pushing bicyclist Charges dismissed in YouTube shoveThe Associated... - Full Story

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Ore. officers thought bomb was hoax

Joshua Turnidge, left, stands with his attorney Steven L. Krasik as he is arraigned in Marion County... - Full Story

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Police pay $70K to settle TASER death

By John Woolfolk San Jose Mercury NewsSAN JOSE, Calif. — San Jose officials have agreed to pay... - Full Story

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'Routine' traffic stop turns into high-speed chase

Related articles: Routine Traffic Stops Aren't By Kathleen Brady Shea The Philadelphia InquirerDELAWARE... - Full Story

Columns

After the smoke clears, an officer reaches for a special “weapon” Charles Remsberg - 10-8: Life on the Line

After the smoke clears, an officer reaches for a special “weapon”

Since Mike Vega was given a “Positive Self-Talk Card” at a Street Survival Seminar a couple of... - Full Story

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Fla. police close books on 1981 Walsh killing

Associated PressHOLLYWOOD, Fla. — A serial killer who died more than a decade ago is the person... - Full Story



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