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April 12, 2014

300 officers to patrol Minn. town to prevent melee

The college town caused massive damage after another championship days earlier that put several officers in the hospital.
April 11, 2014

Chimp vs. KCPD police car

A 300 lb. chimp kept as a pet escaped and attacked a Kansas City police vehicle in 2010. It was eventually caught. No one was injured.
April 11, 2014

Reality Training: When your partner becomes a hostage

For the week of April 11, Dave Smith shows us one of the most remarkable gun grabs ever caught on camera, and an exemplary case that shows what to do in a situation when your partner has been taken hostage.
April 04, 2014

Struggle between La. cop and suspect goes viral

Suspect was arrested on charges of battery of a police officer, resisting arrest with violence, and disturbing the peace.
April 03, 2014

Dash cam glitch in Seattle cruisers could threaten cases

Dash cams installed in the past year in patrol cars could possibly be dropping frames of video.
April 03, 2014

Woman stabs cop with scissors during traffic stop

An Oklahoma officer was stabbed by a woman with a pair of scissors as he conducted a traffic stop Tuesday night.
March 30, 2014

15 arrested after Ariz. fans clash with police on streets

Tucson police in riot gear used pepper spray on the unruly crowd and arrested 15 people on charges of disorderly conduct.
March 28, 2014

Cops miss pistol in search, fatally shoot suspect during escape

Suspect is believed to be the first fatal shooting by an on-duty Highland Park, Texas police officer in the town's 100-year history.
March 28, 2014

NY cop rescues deer snarled in lights

"It was going to die if I didn't get those lights off. It couldn't move and would probably freeze to death," said Officer Kevin Sweet.



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