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New NLEOMF Report Details Dangers for LEOs Responding to Calls for Service

August 8, 2016
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) has issued a new research report entitled Deadly Calls and Fatal Encounters, a five-year study (2010-2014) analyzing 684 line-of-duty deaths to identify key indicators and early trends that can impact law enforcement officer safety.

New Federal Charges Accuse Ex-L.A. Sheriff of Obstructing Justice, Lying to Authorities

August 8, 2016
Days after withdrawing a guilty plea for lying during an FBI investigation into widespread abuses at the county jails, former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca was indicted Friday on more serious charges that could bring up to 20 years in prison.

“Black Labs Matter” Ad in San Francisco Police Union's Newspaper Draws Fire

August 8, 2016
The San Francisco POA’s August 2016 Journal’s “End Point” ad shows a picture of a black lab wearing a sign that says "black labs matter" next to a picture of a yellow lab wearing a sign that says "all labs matter."

Off-Duty Maryland Officer Shoots Home Invasion Suspect

August 8, 2016
A man was shot Sunday afternoon while trying to break into the home of an off-duty police officer for the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC), according to Prince George’s County police.

Denver Police to Begin Collecting Racial Data at Traffic, Pedestrian Stops

August 8, 2016
Denver police plan to begin collecting racial data about the people officers stop by the end of the year, after years of saying such an effort would be too difficult and expensive to implement.

Clinton Snubbed FOP Invite to Talk About Policing and Endorsement

August 8, 2016
"It sends a powerful message. To be honest with you, I was disappointed and shocked," said Chuck Canterbury, the president of the National Fraternal Order of Police. "You would think with law enforcement issues so much in the news that even if she had disagreements with our positions, that she would’ve been willing to say that."

Video: Arizona Corrections Officer Saves Inmate's Life

August 5, 2016
Maricopa County, AZ, Sheriff Joe Arpaio shared on his Facebook page a video that he said shows a corrections officer saving a suicidal inmate's life.

Second Prosecutor in Freddie Gray Cases Leaves Baltimore State's Attorney's Office

August 5, 2016
Another prosecutor who was set to try two of the remaining officers charged in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray has left the Baltimore State's Attorney's Office.
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Chicago Police Warn Violence Against Officers Possible After OIS Video Released

August 5, 2016
Chicago police have warned their law enforcement counterparts across the nation that the release of body camera video showing the fatal shooting of a man by officers may cause violence against law enforcement.

2 Officers in Shooting of Ezell Ford Sue LAPD, Claiming Racial Discrimination

August 5, 2016
Two Los Angeles police officers involved in the fatal shooting of a mentally ill man in South Los Angeles in 2014 sued the city Wednesday, alleging they are being kept from returning to field duty due to racial discrimination and retaliation.
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