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<p>Tyrone Howard was charged with first-degree murder. He was wanted by the NYPD for another shooting at the time of the attack on Officer Randolph Howard. (Photo: New York Department of Corrections)</p>

Man Charged with Tuesday Murder of NYPD Officer was Out of Jail on Diversion Program at Time of Shooting

October 22, 2015
Commissioner Bratton questioned why the suspect in the police shooting was diverted to a drug program after his arrest last year as part of a group of 19 violent drug dealers operating in an East Harlem apartment complex.
<p>Officer Brian Moore was shot and killed in May. (Photo: NYPD)</p>

Mother of Slain NYPD Officer Says: Blue Lives Matter

October 22, 2015
Almost six months after the slaying of my son, Brian (Moore), I cry for the family of Randolph Holder. Another funeral. Another wake. Another family in pain that no one can ever take away.

Los Angeles County Sheriff Says No Minor Should Be Charged as a Prostitute

October 22, 2015
"They are child victims and survivors of rape," McDonnell wrote in a letter to his employees. "We must remember that children cannot consent to sex under any circumstance."
<p>Francis Pusok (Photo: San Bernardino County Sheriff&#39;s Office)</p>

Man Paid $650K for On-Video Beating by California Deputies in April Arrested on New Assault Charge

October 22, 2015
San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department deputies say that Francis Pusok has been arrested in a reported assault.
<p>Officer David Taylor holds a lost child at last weekend&#39;s International Rice Festival in Crowley, LA. The boy was quickly reunited with his mother. (Photo: Facebook)</p>

Photo of Louisiana Officer Comforting Lost Boy Goes Viral

October 22, 2015
“He was extremely upset...I put him on my shoulders to see if he would be able to see his parents,” said Taylor. “He started to fall asleep, and I moved him down to my chest.”
<p>This drug tunnel led from Tijuana into San Diego County. (Photo: Mexico Federal Police)</p>

Major Drug Tunnel Found on US-Mexico Border in California

October 22, 2015
Mexican authorities said Thursday they seized about 10 tons of marijuana in an elaborate tunnel with a rail car system that extended well into San Diego and was designed to smuggle drugs into the U.S. from Tijuana.

Video: Albuquerque Officer Critically Wounded in Traffic Stop Shooting, Suspect in Custody

October 22, 2015
Albuquerque police say an officer who was shot near a Walgreens store in the southeast side of the city Wednesday night is in critical, but stable, condition.
<p>(Photo: Local 10 News screenshot)</p>

Thousands Sign Petition Calling for Firing of Florida Officer for Shooting Dog

October 22, 2015
An online petition is calling for the termination of a Florida City, FL, police officer who shot and killed a dog Tuesday morning after it ran out the front door of a home when the officer knocked on the door.

Video: Off-Duty Ohio Officer Seriously Injured in Dog Attack

October 22, 2015
The Allen County Dog Warden's Office was called to the 900 block of North Elizabeth Street because the dogs were loose and attacking people. When the animal control officer arrived, Link had already been bitten in the head, and the dogs were charging other people.

Chiefs, Prosecutors Launch Initiative to Reduce Prison Population

October 22, 2015
More than a hundred of the nation's top police chiefs and prosecutors joined forces this week to launch a new effort to cut the number of people in prison. The new coalition of 120 heavyweights, called Law Enforcement Leaders to Reduce Crime and Incarceration, is based on one big idea: Putting too many people behind bars doesn't keep the public safe.
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