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Undercover Minn. cop in wheelchair nabs dealers

By Mara H. Gottfried The St. Paul Pioneer PressST. PAUL, Minn. — St. Paul police officers were... - Full Story

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LAPD SWAT team frees kidnap victim

Kidnap victim found in Ontario residenceBy Jason Pesick The Inland Valley Daily BulletinONTARIO, Calif.... - Full Story

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Atlanta police force losing officers

Related: Atlanta PD on the lookout for recruits By Eric Stirgus and Tim Eberly The Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionATLANTA... - Full Story

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R.I. police shoot man with bayonet

The Associated PressPROVIDENCE, R.I. — A police officer shot and killed a man yesterday who was... - Full Story

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Mass. police shooting of immigrant challenged

Related article: Mass. officer shoots, kills motorist By John R. Ellement and Michael Levenson The Boston... - Full Story

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Columbus cops test new breed of vehicles

Related article: Santa Cruz officers become "It" guys on ATVs By Bobby Pierce The Columbus... - Full Story

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Scientists find genetic link to 'life of crime'

By Zoe Elizabeth Buck McClatchy News ServiceRALEIGH, N.C. — Maybe some boys really were born to... - Full Story

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Special police unit on the trail of sex offenders

By Reed S. Albers The ProgressPETERSBURG, Va. — When it comes to keeping children safe from sexual... - Full Story

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Badges issued by ex-O.C. sheriff recalled

Taking steps to distance herself from Michael S. Carona, Sandra Hutchens plans to recall the 400 shields... - Full Story

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Will to Win: Lance Shipman (Part 1)

Imagine being engaged in a violent physical confrontation and then all of a sudden, you find yourself looking down the barrel of your own firearm! And to make matters worse, an angry crowd is shouting for your assailant to shoot... On January 22nd, 2008, Corporal Lance Shipman attempted to stop a vehicle as it exited a neighborhood known for high crime and drug activity. In the first part of this three-part series, hear Corporal Shipman explain how he ended up in this perilous situation.



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