Traffic stop - page 7
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K-9 saves Miss. cop from ambush, manhunt underway–
Deputy stopped a vehicle and was startled when two men came out of the nearby woods and attacked him.
K-9 saves Miss. cop from ambush, manhunt underway for attackers–
Deputy stopped a vehicle and was startled when two men came out of the nearby woods and attacked him
Thousands attend funeral for 2nd slain Miss. officer–
Thousands of mourners and officers from around the country paid their respects to 25-year-old Officer Liquori Tate
Colleagues from around US attend funeral for slain Miss. cop–
Several hundred law enforcement officers were lining up Thursday to pay respects
2 more sought for questioning in Miss. police deaths–
Surveillance video from hours after the shooting shows a man and a woman getting out of a car at scene where police later arrested suspect
FBI: Number of officers slain on duty rose in 2014–
Preliminary statistics issued Monday show that 51 officers were killed on duty in 2014, compared to 27 the year before
2 Miss. officers killed, 3 suspects arrested–
Officers were shot to death during an evening traffic stop turned violent
Va. cop shoots suspect who brandished pistol–
Officer ordered suspect to show her hands multiple times before she abruptly exited the car with a loaded .380-caliber pistol.
Video: Va. cop shoots suspect who brandished pistol–
Officer ordered suspect to show her hands multiple times before she abruptly exited the car with a loaded .380-caliber pistol
Reality Training: Surviving a confrontation after you're shot–
The shooting of Albuquerque Officer Lou Golson during a traffic stop is a harrowing reminder of how quickly police can find themselves in a battle for survival. Dave Smith takes a look at the body camera footage and offers key tactics to help officers win the fight.
Video: Mich. chief says dash cam refutes brutality claim–
Michael Sollitt Kinney was pursued in July 2013 for driving erratically — at one point nearly slamming into an oncoming vehicle before crashing
Ohio students' device to detect pot use by motorists–
Biomedical engineering graduate students hope to market their roadside testing device to states where marijuana use has been legalized
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