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Las Vegas Police Reserves Hit the Streets

February 1, 2013
As Las Vegas police face tight budget and staffing constraints, hundreds of citizens could hit the streets as armed, volunteer police officers under a new reserve police officer program.

New N.C. Highway Patrol Commander Named

February 1, 2013
North Carolina Department of Public Safety Secretary Kieran Shanahan has named Lt. Col. Gary Bell as acting commander of the North Carolina Highway Patrol.

Colo. Sheriff Launches Hiring Initiative with Tax Revenue

February 1, 2013
El Paso County (Colo.) Sheriff Terry Maketa hired 40 deputies in January with new sales tax revenue and plans to hire nearly 90 additional deputies in the coming months.

Widow: NYPD Sgt. Coerced Suicidal Cop Into Sex

February 1, 2013
An affair between an NYPD officer and his Queens sergeant that led to his suicide has spilled into the courtroom, after the officer's widow filed a lawsuit against the city, department, and sergeant.

Shot Minn. Cop's Partner Resigns

January 31, 2013
Officer Greg Reiter, 39, didn't give a reason for his decision. Reiter's actions during the shooting came under scrutiny following the death of Officer Thomas Decker on Nov. 29.

Newtown Responders Suffer from PTSD

January 29, 2013
At least one Newtown (Conn.) Police officer has been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress and several others report psychological effects from responding to the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
<p>Screenshot via Fox News.</p>

Gun Range Bars Vermont Cops

January 29, 2013
A Vermont gun range has moved to prohibit the Burlington Police Department from training at its facilities after the City Council voted to advance a measure banning semi-automatic rifles and large-capacity magazines.

Ind. Officers Could Get Dementia Training

January 29, 2013
Indiana police officers would get more information on handling Hoosiers suffering with dementia if a bill passed by the Indiana House on Tuesday becomes law.
<p>Screenshot via KING 5.</p>

Former Wash. Cop 'Failed' Polygraph, Sues Over Job Loss

January 28, 2013
A former Snohomish (Wash.) Police sergeant sued the county sheriff, after he was denied a job with the agency following a polygraph test.

La. Cop Makes Disabled Teen a Cop for Birthday

January 25, 2013
Blaize Richard's life dream has been to be a police officer, said his mother, Angie Richard, so for his 18th birthday on July 28, she coordinated a visit from one of the Jennings, La., Police Department's officers.
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