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Mike Williams' 10.27.06 local cop news

New Hampshire: State Police boosting crime-fighting efforts in slain officer’s city.

Seattle: The Washington News Council decided Saturday that the Seattle Post-Intelligencer' was largely unfair to the King County Sheriff's Office in the newspaper's yearlong series of stories investigating problems in the department.

California: Mayor Peter LaVallee promised Tuesday to do everything he can to make public as soon as possible any information about Monday's police shooting of a teenage boy.

North Carolina: Suicide cases challenge police.

Oregon: Enough Platitudes: Potter needs to get out the checkbook and fund better cop training.

Pennsylvania: Trooper's suicide reflects grim reality for police.

Missouri: A former Kingman police officer who allegedly fired his police weapon 31 times while chasing unarmed suspects has been charged with three crimes.

Texas: Local SWAT team exhibits impressive skills.

North Carolina: State regulators blast guard training at nuke plant. New report cites inadequate instruction in firearms and searches; questions certification process.

Canada: Police had difficulty retrieving data from an officer’s Taser because the weapon had been damaged, court heard Wednesday during Const. Jeffrey Resler’s assault trial.

Seattle: A Thurston County deputy prosecutor found himself on the wrong side of the law Sunday after police said he was caught in a women's restroom at Qwest Field having sex.

About the author

Mike Williams is the Assistant Chief of the Chattanooga TN police department and a 33 year law enforcement veteran. He was a SWAT officer for more than 25 years and teaches Tactical Team Commanders Courses for Team One Network www.teamonenetwork.com  Asst. Chief Williams is a member of the IALEFI Board of Directors (www.ialefi.com ) and is chairman of the editorial committee. He also produces the daily Police Related News electronic newsletter which goes out to over 2,000 police officers in the US, Canada, Australia and South Africa on a daily basis and the weekly IALEFI newsletter.
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