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Off-duty cop arrests soldier, charged with assault–
An off-duty Richland County Deputy has been fired and charged with assault after he attempted to arrest a female soldier at a Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant.
Veteran cop suspended for ‘ignoring’ fight–
A veteran New Orleans police officer was suspended without pay Wednesday when a viral video showed the officer appearing to stand by as two women attacked each other.
Rookie cop runs over fleeing Fla. suspect–
The officer was fired for the incident, but he was not criminally charged.
IBM analytics technology helps cut crime–
The Durham (N.C.) police department’s analytical services group used IBM analytics technology to help reduce the amount of violent crime in a two-square-mile region of the city by more than 50 percent during a four-year span (2007-2011).
Best police recruitment video ever?–
The community of Hillsboro created a recruitment video in hopes of finding their new police chief, and made their qualifications clear: a new chief must be passionate about the town, and most importantly, fun.
Police pepper spraying and arresting students at UC Davis–
The officer, who became known for pepper spraying students during a protest, says he suffered psychiatric injury.
Retired veteran duo still patrol Ohio streets–
The two men have a combined 90 years of experience in law enforcement, and a slew of accomplishments.
P1 Weekly Update for 03/22/13–
In this week's newscast, Dave Smith recaps the tragic death of a Miss. police chief, the throngs of people protesting NYPD and the death of a teen gang member, and a viral video that resulted in a cop's resignation.
Officer Zac McDowell rescues unconscious driver from burning car–
Officer Zac McDowell of the Urbandale (Iowa) Police Department, who rescued a man named Ian Waseskuk from a burning car, describes the incident as dash-cam video from his squad shows his heroic actions.
KNX Radio Interview: Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief–
Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief, speaks with KNX-Radio in Los Angeles on the morning of Friday, February 8, 2013. The thoughts and prayers of everyone at PoliceOne are with the friends, family, and fellow law enforcers of those who have been hurt and killed, as well as with every officer who was, is, or ever will be engaged in the hunt for Christopher Jordan Dorner.
P1 Weekly Update for 02/08/13–
This week, Dave Smith recaps the good and the bad, including the rescue of a hostage from an Alabama bunker, the manhunt for an Ex-LAPD cop, and the death of a paralyzed officer.
Canadian Mounted Police release "It Gets Better" video–
The RCMP is the latest group to release a "It Gets Better" video, aimed at gay and lesbian youths, encouraging them to deal with the struggles of adolescence.
Female cop resigns after hitting pedestrians with cruiser–
Although it has been ruled that both the pedestrians and the officer were at fault for the incident, the officer has resigned. Local departments are considering changing laws about using laptops in cruisers as a result.
A look inside Kentucky State Police–
KSP Tv returns for episode 3: A "Drive Thru" of the Drivers Testing Branch. Captain Fred Williams gives us a tour of the inter workings of his department and the different responsibilities KSP has in regards to Standard Operators, Commercial Vehicles, and Motorcycle riders.
Girl fights to save cop dad's job–
An officer whose daughter is "a big daddy's girl" was surprised the 11-year-old made a YouTube video fighting to save his job — and their family home — from budget cuts.
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