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Video: Judges Tell Virginia Sheriff to Remove American Flag Display from Courthouse

March 11, 2015
Sheriff Watson said his agency got the American flag display as a gift from members of the Portsmouth Fire Department a few weeks ago. It’s made of old fire hoses with a sign beneath it that reads, “A Tribute to Public Safety.”
<p>Law enforcement K-9. (Photo: Prescott (Ariz.) PD)</p>

Veterinary Opthalmologists Offering Free Vision Screening for K-9s

March 11, 2015
In May, participating veterinary opthalmologists will be offering free vision testing for service dogs, including law enforcement K-9s, as part of the 8th Annual ACVO/StokesRX National Service Animal Eye Exam Event.
Tags: K-9 Units, K-9

Peli ProGear Elite 22" Carry-On Luggage Wins iF Design Award

March 10, 2015
The tough, yet stylish, Peli ProGear Elite Carry-On luggage has won the coveted iF Design Award in the Sports and Leisure category.

Video: Bus Passengers Assist State Trooper Under Attack

March 10, 2015
The video, shot from inside the bus, shows Taylor pinning Trooper Winans near a guardrail and punching her and pulling her hair. Passengers inside call on others to help.

Video: Up To 44 Years for Man in Fatal Pittsburgh Police Dog Stabbing

March 10, 2015
A man convicted of fatally stabbing Pittsburgh police K-9 Rocco has been sentenced to 17 years, 9 months to 44 years in prison.

Fight Over Body Cam Footage Begun in Florida

March 10, 2015
As more police departments equip their officers with body-worn cameras, the question of who gets access to that footage—and at what cost—is fast becoming a new frontier in open-records policy.
<p>Image: U.S. Marshal Service</p>

U.S. Marshal Shot, Killed Searching for Homicide Suspect

March 10, 2015
A deputy U.S. Marshal died after he was shot Tuesday morning in Scotlandville, La., near Baton Rouge while executing a warrant on a double homicide suspect.

Baltimore Delegation Rejects Guns in Schools for Police

March 10, 2015
Officers in the Baltimore school system's police force won't be able to carry guns inside schools any time soon. The city's delegation effectively killed legislation that would have lifted the prohibition.
<p>Bay City (Mich.) PD Officer Brandon S. Murphy (Photo: FOP Lodge 103)</p>

Community Donates to Send Wounded Michigan Officer, Family on Vacation

March 10, 2015
Back on the job, a Bay City, Mich., police officer recently wounded in the line of duty is gearing up for a much-needed vacation with his family, paid for by a community that wanted to show its support.
<p>Mark Vaughan, a reserve deputy with the Oklahoma County Sheriff&#39;s Office, has been named the NRA&#39;s 2014 Officer of the Year.</p>

Oklahoma Reserve Deputy Named 2014 NRA Officer of the Year

March 10, 2015
While Vaughan was moving into action, Nolen allegedly targeted Traci Johnson and cut her across her throat and the left side of her face. Vaughan shot Nolen, ending the attack, authorities say. Nolen is charged with murder and is currently in the Cleveland County Jail.
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