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Illinois Officers Hit Dunkin' Donuts Roofs Special Olympics Benefit

May 5, 2008
For the sixth year in a row, Illinois police officers will stake out Dunkin' Donuts rooftops to benefit Special Olympics Illinois.

Alleged Killer of Texas Trooper Believed Armed and Dangerous

May 1, 2008
He is a former peace officer who had two encounters with Texas Department of Public Safety troopers during the month of April, one that ended in his arrest and the other in the death of a trooper.

Original S.W.A.T. Footwear Introduces New Safety Toe Boot

April 26, 2008
The Original S.W.A.T. Footwear Company unveils its newest boot, the 5-inch Air Side Zip ST. Packed with comfort, safety, and performance features, this new boot has something to offer for anyone requiring safety footwear.

NYPD Detectives Cleared in Bell Shooting

April 25, 2008
Three NYPD detectives were found not guilty Friday morning on all charges in the shooting death of Sean Bell, who died in a hail of 50 police bullets outside a club in Jamaica, Queens.

Out-of-Town Agencies Poach Recruits from NYPD with Promise of Higher Pay

April 18, 2008
Dozens of out-of-town police departments will be trying to lure recruits from a job fair at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice on Thursday by promising far higher starting salaries than the NYPD offers.

Criminal Charges Filed Against Pennsylvania Chief

April 17, 2008
Criminal charges will be filed today against Northern Cambria, Pa.'s longtime police chief, who was involved in an altercation with another police officer, said Susquehanna Township’s officer-in-charge.

Louisiana Seeks to Execute Convicted Child Rapist

April 16, 2008
He is not a killer, but the state of Louisiana is determined to execute Patrick Kennedy for his crime. The New Orleans native faces that reality as he sits on death row at Louisiana's maximum security prison, the largest prison in the nation. The Louisiana State Penitentiary, or Angola Prison, is the size of Manhattan and surrounded on three sides by the Mississippi River.

TigerLight Demonstrated at Beverly Hills Police Department

April 11, 2008
This week the Beverly Hills Police Department hosted training officers, tactical team leaders and patrol officers for a two-hour demo of the TigerLight non-lethal defense system.

Minneapolis Testing White Lights for Traffic Light Enforcement

April 11, 2008
To catch drivers who run red lights, police usually have to run red lights themselves, risking an accident. Minneapolis tried to fix that by using cameras to record the licenses of drivers who ran lights, but courts ruled the system was illegal.

NYPD to Institute Random Steroid Testing of Officers

April 10, 2008
The NYPD will begin random steroid testing starting July 1, police brass said Wednesday.
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