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Treatment & Healthcare

Treatment & Healthcare are complex issues for cops as well as criminals. After an officer-involved shooting, a cop must be treated for mental, emotional, and physical injuries. The same goes for criminals who have been injured, although the approach is considerably different.
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Video: Ga. officer saves 74-year-old woman

Officer's first time performing CPR was successful in saving an elderly woman passed out in a gas station parking lot - Full Story

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Dash-cam Shows Officers Saving Life with Philips AED

Video captures the moment an officer saved a life with a Philips AED.

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Sheriff: No floss for inmates

Sheriff: No floss for inmates

A Florida sheriff said he will not give in on the issue, despite four lawsuits from inmates who want floss to be available in the jail commissary - Full Story

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Calif. officer helps save non-responsive 2-year-old

Officer quickly recognized that she suffered a seizure - Full Story

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Ark. officer dies from West Nile Virus

Ark. officer dies from West Nile Virus

A Hope police officer battled the disease for 18 days - Full Story

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Md. trooper recovering after hit by truck on dash cam

Md. State Police trooper was hit by a tractor-trailer while writing ticket - Full Story

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Video: Trooper hit by truck, stumbles to guard rail

Police released footage to show the dangers of failing to obey Maryland's move-over law - Full Story

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Officer ambushed at Sikh temple still can't speak

Officer ambushed at Sikh temple still can't speak

The medical examiner's office released an investigative report officially ruling the shooter's death a suicide - Full Story

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Report: Doctor asked police about suspected Colo. gunman

Sources say a University of Colorado police officer was contacted weeks before the Aurora attack - Full Story

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Report claims 'disability pays' for Chicago police

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