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Detective Michael Bak, with the New York City Counter Terrorism Unit, uses a device to inspect a truck for radiation at a check point earlier this month, in New York. Police officials believe that roving check points could thwart potential plots, including ones involving fertilizer-based truck bombs. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer) Full story
Trooper Anthony Whittington holds up one of his baseball cards, last Friday, in Wayne, W.Va. Whittington was a standout baseball player in high school and drafted by the Anaheim Angels in 2003. Whittington is now living out his dream of working as a police officer. (AP Photo/ Mollie Woody) Full story
District of Columbia police work outside of the Post Office building, where a suspicious package was found Thursday in Washington. The package, a box with no postage and no mailing address, was emitting a foul odor and was later found to contain two cans of spinach and a dirty diaper. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin) Full Story
Ky. police chief fatally shot
Investigators look through a field near the police vehicle where Police Chief Randy Lacy was shot to death in Clay City, Ky., on Wednesday. Lacy was allegedly shot by a man he was transporting. (AP Photo/James Crisp) Full Story
South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford, center, talks with Columbia Police Chief Dean Crisp, left, and Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott after signing into law a bill that is meant to curb gang violence Tuesday, at the Statehouse in Columbia, S.C. (AP Photo/Mary Ann Chastain) Full Story

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