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Minneapolis Officers to Team Up with Mental Health Pros on EDP Calls

September 7, 2016
As police forces across the country re-evaluate their practices regarding encounters with people with mental health problems, Minneapolis authorities plan to pair officers with mental health specialists on emergency calls involving such problems.
<p>Lieutenant Waldemar Rivera-Santiago of the Puerto Rico Police Department was killed Monday on his way to the station.</p>

Puerto Rico Lieutenant Killed in Motorcycle Crash

September 7, 2016
Lieutenant Waldemar Rivera-Santiago of the Puerto Rico Police Department was killed instantly Monday when his motorcycle collided with a truck on PR-2, near mile marker 159 in Mayaguez, while en route to the police headquarters.
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Boston Police Union, Commissioner Spar Over Body Camera Use

September 6, 2016
Boston's police commissioner squared off in court Tuesday with the leader of the city's largest police union over a plan to have 100 officers wear body cameras, as lawyers for each side accused the other of having "unclean hands."

Baton Rouge First Responders Lose Everything in Flood, Keep Working

September 6, 2016
Hundreds of Baton Rouge, LA, first responders worked long hours during the days and weeks after the floodwaters began to rise around capital region three weeks ago, even as their own homes sank under the deluge and their families sought shelter.

Video: TX Trooper Critically Injured After Woman Crashes Into Cruiser

September 6, 2016
A Texas Department of Public Safety trooper working a DWI Labor Day weekend task force is in critical condition after a suspected drunk driver slammed into his vehicle early Monday.

DA: TX Office Destroyed More Than 20,000 Pieces of Evidence, Causing Case Dismissals

September 6, 2016
The Harris County Precinct 4 Constable's Office in Texas destroyed more than 20,000 pieces of evidence, forcing the District Attorney's office to dismiss nearly 150 pending criminal cases and potentially endangering more than 1,000 others, District Attorney Devon Anderson said Friday.

Video: CO Detective Critically Injured in Shooting, Showing 'Promising Progress'

September 5, 2016
Det. Dan Brite is making "promising progress" after a shooting with a suspect in Parker, CO, on Friday, the Douglas County (CO) Sheriff's Office said Sunday.

Video: TX Motor Officer Dies After 'Valiant Fight'

September 5, 2016
The Austin, TX, police officer hurt in a motorcycle crash Thursday died as a result of his injuries Sunday. Officer Amir Abdul-Khaliq, 46, was struck by a car while escorting a funeral procession.
<p>Officer Clint Corvinus (Photo: Facebook)</p>

Funeral for Slain New Mexico Officer Set for Saturday

September 5, 2016
Funeral arrangements have been set for Alamogordo, NM, Officer Clint Corvinus, who was shot and killed last Friday.

NJ Officer Critically Wounded in Atlantic City Shootout, Suspect Killed

September 4, 2016
One police officer remains in critical condition and one suspect is dead in an exchange of gunfire outside an Atlantic City casino early Saturday.
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