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Author Decries Hillary Clinton’s Debate Comments About Policing as Lies

September 27, 2016
With Hillary Clinton's comments about crime, policing, and race, the candidate helps push a false—and dangerous—narrative, Heather Mac Donald says in an op-ed piece.

Video: Man Killed by Charlotte Officer Last Week Carried Stolen Gun, Family Knew It

September 27, 2016
The order, filed in Gaston County, said that Scott hit his child in the head with his fist, kicked his wife and threatened to kill them with his gun.

Video: Protesters Demand Charlotte Police Chief, Mayor Resign

September 27, 2016
During Monday night's city council meeting, protesters packed into the city's government center and asked Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts and Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Chief Kerr Putney to resign.

Video: Jane Doe Free After Attack on Albuquerque Officer Because She Can’t be ID’ed

September 27, 2016
A woman attacked an Albuquerque police officer by bashing a rock on his head. Police were unable to identify her, and because of that, she was able to get away with the crime.

Video: California Trooper Mobbed in Car at Fresno Intersection

September 27, 2016
The Fresno Police Department is using cell phone video to try to ID the people who attacked a CHP patrol vehicle as an officer sat inside. The group caused $12,000 worth of damage as a result of several broken windows and large dents.

Video: Sharpton Wants Tulsa Officer Who Said Crutcher Looks Like "Bad Dude" Charged

September 27, 2016
The officer who killed an unarmed man in Tulsa isn't the only one who should face charges, according to Rev. Al Sharpton.

NLEOMF Run for the Badge Fundraiser to Take Place October 15

September 27, 2016
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund is encouraging law enforcement supporters and the public to register for Run for the Badge, taking place at 9:00 am on October 15, 2016, on-site in Washington, DC, or virtually from across the country.
<p>Detectives Scott Bramhall and Micah Wilson of the Puyallup (WA) Police Department (Photo: NLEOMF)</p>

Washington Detectives Named NLEOMF September 2016 Officers of the Month

September 26, 2016
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund has selected Detectives Scott Bramhall and Micah Wilson, of the Puyallup (WA) Police Department, as the recipients of its Officer of the Month Award for September 2016.

Alaska Troopers Shoot, Wound Man Who Killed K-9 During Pursuit

September 26, 2016
A man who allegedly shot and killed a police dog during a pursuit Sunday morning was wounded when an Alaska state trooper and Palmer police officer returned fire, according to troopers.

Non-Profits Raise $10 Million for Families of Dallas Officers Killed in July Ambush

September 26, 2016
Non-profit groups in North Texas say they have raised almost $10 million dollars for the families of five police officers who were killed in Downtown Dallas July 7.
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