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Boy Accidentally Kills Tenn. Deputy's Wife

April 8, 2013
The wife of a Wilson County Sheriff’s Office deputy was shot to death Saturday at their Lebanon home by a 4-year-old who gained access to a gun at a family cookout, police said.
<p>Jim Pugel (right) replaces John Diaz as Seattle PD&#39;s interim chief. Photos courtesy of SPD.</p>

Seattle's Interim Chief Leaves Department

April 8, 2013
The Seattle Police Department's interim police chief said Monday he will leave his post in May, citing a DOJ settlement agreement and monitoring plan as one reason for his departure.

Utah Agency Requests FBI Probe

April 4, 2013
The fatal officer-involved shooting of Danielle Willard and other issues plaguing the West Valley (Utah) Police Department has now resulted in requests for two independent FBI investigations.

Former Calif. Sheriff Seeks Revised Prison Sentence

April 2, 2013
His attorneys contend that Carona's conduct amounted to simply not disclosing gifts but did not amount to bribery.
<p>Photo courtesy of Riverside PD.</p>

Cop Wounded by Dorner Makes First Public Appearance

April 1, 2013
The Riverside (Calif.) Police officer wounded by Chris Dorner and the widow of his slain partner met for the first time, as the two attended a Friday fund-raiser.

Strip Club, Pa. Agency Battle Over Paid Details

April 1, 2013
Attorneys for Pittsburgh Police Bureau and a downtown strip club will argue in federal court over a recently-imposed ban by the new chief on officers providing off-duty security at the business.

Ex-Ala. Trooper Gets Prison for Coercing Sex from Student

March 29, 2013
A federal judge sentenced a former Alabama trooper to a year in prison for coercing a 20-year-old college student into performing sex acts, the FBI announced.
<p>Screenshot via Grime Scene promo.</p>

Documentary Features Calif. Homicide Detective

March 29, 2013
A crowd-funded documentary will feature a former Glendale, Calif., police detective who started a crime-scene cleaning business after a medical retirement.

Study: Gangs Use the Internet To Brag

March 29, 2013
Gang members use the internet for self-promotion and braggadoccio rather than to recruit new members or commit complex cybercrimes, according to a new study.
<p>Photo courtesy of Valentia Cigars.</p>

Valentia Cigar Sales to Benefit Law Enforcement

March 29, 2013
Valentia Cigars has introduced a new line of cigars and a tobacco dealer incentive program that provides purchase credits to law enforcement agencies to acquire gear distributed by The Mako Group.
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