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Paralyzed Okla. Officer Dies After Rollover Crash

April 17, 2013
An Oklahoma City Police officer who inspired others by his recovery from a beating that left him paralyzed died Monday from injuries suffered in a rollover crash.
<p>Photo courtesy of Town of Brookfield.</p>

Wis. Cop Suffers Heart Attack Responding To Burglary

April 13, 2013
A Town of Brookfield (Wis.) Police officer apparently died of a heart attack while responding to a burglary call Friday night. Officer Donald Bishop, 32, was alone in his patrol car, when he drove off the roadway.
<p>Officer Sam Lenda spoke about the Sikh Temple shooting at the 2012 IACP Conference. Photo by Paul Clinton.</p>

Sikh Temple Cop Wins Chudwin Patrol Rifle Award

April 12, 2013
Oak Creek (Wis.) Police Officer Savan "Sam" Lenda will be honored as the 2013 winner of the Chudwin Award for Patrol Rifle Excellence for his role in ending the Sikh Temple shooting.. Officer Lenda will be honored at the National Patrol Rifle Conference and Competition in Detroit from June 2-4.
<p>The Camden County PD&#39;s Metro Division swore in the first group of officers. Photo courtesy of Camden County.</p>

Camden County Officers Begin Patrolling City

April 9, 2013
The first wave of officers from the newly constituted Camden County Police Department's Metro Division hit the streets Monday to curb violent crime, rampant drug dealing, and prostitution in one of the country's most dangerous jurisdictions.
<p><span>Photo via&nbsp;</span><a href=&quot;http://www.flickr.com/photos/47355168@N05/6267203769/&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;>TFHall313</a><span>/Flickr.</span></p>

Detroit District Rents Officers

April 9, 2013
A Detroit business association has begun hiring off-duty police officers as a private police force to deal with quality-of-life issues that rarely get the attention of an agency swamped in murder cases.

Wash. Mayor Can Now Hire, Fire Command Staff

April 9, 2013
Top Spokane Police Department administrators can now be removed by Mayor David Condon, after the City Council granted him broad new powers on Monday.

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.
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