For the week of July 26, we recap the tragic death of a Las Vegas cop who died while rescuing a stranded hiker, a New Mexico department that's under fire for not recognizing a suspect's heath problems, and a police chief who set the stage for peaceful protests in his town.
For the week of July 12, Dave Smith recaps the heroic efforts of a San Francisco cop who boarded the Asiana flight that crashed to rescue victims, a lawsuit that brings the Third Amendment into question, the mid-year LODD report, and P1's Police Hero contest.
For the week of June 21, Betsy Brantner Smith discusses a bill that would potentially ban police from describing suspects using their skin color, race, gender, or age, the Oklahoma hostage situation in which police rescued a toddler, and a heartwarming endeavor to restore a boy's police patch collection.
For the week of June 14, Dave Smith discusses a St. Louis officer's escape from an ambush, a controversial pursuit that resulted in the death of a suspect, and a bizarre 911 call involving...an exorcism.
For the week of June 7, Dave Smith discusses a situation in which an incident is caught on both an officer's camera and a bystander's camera, the conclusion of Chris Dorner's firing, and a silent alarm that triggered police to swarm an LA gaming studio.
For the week of May 31, Dave Smith discusses the mysterious death of Ky. officer who was ambushed, the death of a suspect in police custody after a violent struggle, and the newly discovered dangers of 3D printable guns.
In this week's Roll Call, Dave Smith analyzes the terror attack in the UK, the suspects involved, and the lack of response on the London street where the barbaric killing occurred, and the robbery-in-progress that police in New York responded to that resulted in the death of both the robber and the hostage.
For the week of May 17, Dave Smith recaps the Blue Alert System's passing at the House of Representatives, an incident that surfaced that brings the open carry discussion to light, and the heartwarming story of a cop who gave a teen a bike and taught him how to ride it.
For the week of May 10, Dave Smith discusses the lessons to be learned from a video of an armed suspect in a squad, the company that's fired the first 3D printable gun, the tragic loss of an Arizona tractor-trailer crash, and this week's 'Not Today' moment.
For the week of April 26, Dave Smith recaps the Boston bombing manhunt, discusses the foiled Canadian railway terror plot, and discusses the 23% increase in LODDs so far in 2013 - plus, check out this week's 'Not Today' moment from Ft. Worth, Texas.