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Police: Driver intentionally hit NY trooper, charged with murder

Police: Driver intentionally hit NY trooper, charged with murder

Almond Upton admitted to police that he deliberately swerved his pickup truck from the left passing lane to the right shoulder to hit Trooper Christopher Skinner - Full Story

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St. Louis police fulfill girl's wish to be a cop for a day

Jalisha Pegues, 14, is battling End Stage Renal Disease, and has always wanted to be a police officer.

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St. Louis police fulfill girl's wish to be a cop for a day

St. Louis police fulfill girl's wish to be a cop for a day

Jalisha Pegues, 14, is battling End Stage Renal Disease, and has always wanted to be a police officer - Full Story

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Top 5 police videos of May

By PoliceOne Staff For the month of May, we've gathered five videos that capture the unpredictable... - Full Story

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P1 Photo of the Week: Why I go to work PoliceOne Members - Photo of the Week

P1 Photo of the Week: Why I go to work

(PoliceOne Image) This week's photo of the week comes from Timothy Scharfenberg of the Van Police... - Full Story

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Calif. cops push Army vet stranded on scooter home

The scooter 67-year-old Gilbert LaRocque relies on to get around had run out of power and he could not walk home.

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Video: Calif. cops push Army vet stranded on scooter home

Video: Calif. cops push Army vet stranded on scooter home

The scooter 67-year-old Gilbert LaRocque relies on to get around had run out of power and he could not walk home - Full Story

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Baltimore police commissioner punches gunman, helps make arrest

Baltimore police commissioner punches gunman, helps make arrest

When a man struggling with 3 officers drew a gun, commissioner entered the fray, put his own gun to the man's head, punched him and caused him to release his weapon - Full Story



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