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Md. man shot after reaching for officer's gun

By Justin Fenton The Baltimore SunBALTIMORE — A man was shot by city police yesterday morning after... - Full Story

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Fla. cops suspended in botched drug sting

By Brent Kallestad The Associated PressTALLAHASSEE, Fla. — An investigator was fired Thursday and... - Full Story

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A primer on police aviation Kenneth Solosky - Police Aviation

A primer on police aviation

Ed Note: PoliceOne is pleased to introduce Kenneth J. Solosky as the newest addition to our growing roste... - Full Story

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Chicago mayor asks Iowa to set cop free

Related articles: Chicago cops ask court to reverse conviction Chicago cop sits in jail, officials fume... - Full Story

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Texas man tried to shoot police chief

The Associated PressMAYPEARL, Texas — Attempted capital murder charges have been filed against... - Full Story

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Detroit cops demoted in department shake-up

Related articles: Error-prone Detroit police crime lab closed Detroit police chief retires after mayor's... - Full Story

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Police increase YouTube monitoring for clips foreshadowing shootings

Finland fears copycat attacks, Sweden arrests teenRelated article: Gunman kills 10 at school in Finland,... - Full Story

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911 dispatcher leaked police data to gang

Indictment charges Sheriff's Department dispatcher, 42, is linked to white supremacists.By Salvador Hernandez... - Full Story

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N.Y. police aviation unit in high demand

By Shawn Cohen The Journal NewsCORTLANDT, N.Y. — Westchester County Police Officer Michael Susi... - Full Story

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PoliceOne gets air support Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - Be Advised...

PoliceOne gets air support

A parachute hangs from the torch of the Statue of Liberty Aug. 23, 2001, as a police helicopter hovers over ... - Full Story



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