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October 15, 2010

Coast Guard officer dies in training accident

He was attempting to transfer from one boat to another when he fell from a ladder into the water - Full Story
October 15, 2010
National Law Enforcement Museum breaks ground

National Law Enforcement Museum breaks ground

700 people attended the black-tie event to pay tribute to law enforcement officers around the country - Full Story
October 14, 2010

Drunk driver runs red light, kills Texas cop

Driver was arrested and charged with intoxicated manslaughter - Full Story
October 12, 2010

SD tribal officer killed in single-vehicle wreck

Officer Merrill Bruguier is survived by his wife and his son - Full Story
October 04, 2010

Wheelchair-bound cop gets help from his friends

As the officer lay trapped in his police SUV, two passers-by rolled him over and stealing his gun and his wallet - Full Story
October 02, 2010

Former NY cop saves unconscious man on rail tracks

Jumped onto the tracks even though he could see the lights of an approaching train - Full Story
September 30, 2010

Hit-and-run driver kills Ind. cop on bike patrol training

Officer Will Phillips is survived by his wife and two young sons - Full Story
September 28, 2010

Md. cop dies in crash on way to training course

Officer James Fowler is survived by his wife and two children - Full Story
September 27, 2010

Victim screams as Chicago cops foil rape attempt

Initially responded because the victim's wallet was reported lying outside the apartment building - Full Story
September 26, 2010
Longest serving prosecutor in U.S. history retires

Longest serving prosecutor in U.S. history retires

88-year-old Jack Keeney, a revered figure at the Justice Department, served nearly 60 years in a storied career - Full Story



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