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<p>The Fort Pierce PD&#39;s new MRAP vehicle was acquired for $2,000 from the Department of Defense. (Photo: Fort Pierce PD)</p>

Florida SWAT Team Receives MRAP Vehicle from Defense Department

January 9, 2014
The used Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle was bought for $2,000 from the defense department's Law Enforcement Support Office. A new one would have cost $700,000, the Fort Pierce Police said.

S.C. Man Gets 35 Years for Killing Police Dog

January 9, 2014
Deputies say McCreary was involved in an armed robbery in mid-December of 2011. He allegedly ran from deputies and in the process fired at them multiple times, hitting K-9 Fargo who later died.

Video: L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca to Retire at End of Month

January 7, 2014
Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca announced Tuesday that he would not seek a fifth term in office and would instead retire at the end of the month.
<p>The .380 caliber G42 is the smallest pistol ever made by Glock.</p>

.380 Pocket Pistol Added to Glock Line

January 6, 2014
Glock Inc. announced today the launch of the company’s first pocket pistol, the .380 caliber Glock 42.

Video: Tulsa Officer Catches Baby Tossed from Apartment Fire

January 6, 2014
A Tulsa, Okla., officer caught a baby that was dropped to him from a balcony as residents desperately tried to escape the smoke and flames shooting from an apartment fire early this morning.
<p>Officer Robert Deckard (Photo: San Antonio PD)</p>

Thousands Attend Funeral of Slain San Antonio Officer

January 6, 2014
Minutes before, Chief William McManus instructed a dispatch officer to announce that Deckard's badge number, 0582, would be retired. San Antonio police officers received the message over their department radios.

Video: Texas Officer Struck by Deputy's Vehicle During Pursuit

January 6, 2014
An Odessa, Texas, police officer was run over by a truck driven by an Ector County Sheriff’s Department deputy Saturday night.

N.Y. May Legalize Medical Marijuana

January 6, 2014
Joining a growing group of states that have loosened restrictions on marijuana, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo of New York plans this week to announce an executive action that would allow limited use of the drug by those with serious illnesses.

Bratton Takes Reins of NYPD

January 6, 2014
Bill Bratton, the colorful and charismatic former police commissioner, was sworn in again as New York City’s top cop on Thursday.

Veterans Trained to Hunt Online Child Predators

January 6, 2014
Zepeda, 29, is part of a 17-member class of veterans trained in computer forensics and sent to Immigration and Customs Enforcement field offices.
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