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Video: LE Supporters Work to Fix Florida Trooper Memorial

June 21, 2016
A memorial dedicated to fallen Florida state troopers in Tampa has cracked granite, dead grass, and nonworking lights. But police supporters hope to change that.

Video: Oakland PD Deputy Chief Named Acting Assistant Chief

June 21, 2016
Oakland (CA) Police Department's Deputy Chief David Downing has been named acting assistant chief after Oakland city officials were allegedly informed that the appointment of the city administrator over the Oakland Police Department may have been in violation of state laws.
<p>Photo: First Tactical</p>

Introducing First Tactical's 8" Waterproof Side Zip Duty Boots

June 21, 2016
First Tactical's Waterproof Side Zip Duty Boot is designed to provide ideal comfort while keeping your feet warm and dry. It features lined leather, premium YKK side zipper, and 8-inch shaft for optimal support, as well as a waterproof, membrane-lined construction.

Morphix Technologies Becomes Virginia Values Veterans (V3) Certified

June 21, 2016
Morphix Technologies has completed the requirements to become Virginia Values Veterans (V3) certified. The company has made public commitments to recruit, hire, and retain qualified veterans.
<p><strong>Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca (Photo: LASD)</strong></p>

Former L.A. Sheriff Diagnosed With Alzheimer's, Still Faces 6 Months in Prison

June 21, 2016
Former Los Angeles Sheriff Lee Baca has been diagnosed with early-stage Alzheimer's disease, according to court documents filed Monday.
<p>Jason &ldquo;Travis&rdquo; Simon was charged with sexual abuse of a child. (Photo: Colorado State Patrol)</p>

Alert Colorado Trooper Rescues Children from Suspected Molester

June 20, 2016
A Colorado State Patrol trooper is credited with locating three young Idaho children traveling with a suspected child molester.

Video: Texas Officer and 11-Year-Old Killed in Vehicle Pursuit Crash

June 20, 2016
A Patton Village, TX, officer and an 11-year-old boy were killed Sunday night in a car crash during a chase in the Conroe area. Several other people were injured.
<p>Denver Police Sgt. Tony Lopez Jr. was shot multiple times during a December traffic stop. (Photo: Denver PD)</p>

Man Who Critically Wounded Denver Officer Sentenced to 52 Years

June 20, 2016
Denver police Sgt. Tony Lopez Jr. walked with a limp to a courtroom lectern Friday where he stood beside his wife and, for the first time, faced the man who nearly ended his life.

Video: 2 Florida Deputies Hospitalized After Car Crashes into Orlando Massacre Victim’s Funeral Procession

June 20, 2016
Two Osceola County, FL, deputies were injured late Saturday morning after a driver crashed into one of them during a funeral procession for a victim of the Pulse nightclub shooting, the Florida Highway Patrol said.

Video: After 3 Chiefs in 9 Days and Multiple Scandals, Oakland PD Now Run by City Admin

June 20, 2016
A visibly frustrated Mayor Libby Schaaf revealed the probe at a news conference Friday night that she began with a simple declaration: “I am here to run a police department, not a frat house.” With that, she disclosed that her city’s department, already engulfed in a sex scandal, was also being probed for racist communications that were “wholly inappropriate and not acceptable for anyone who wears the badge of the Oakland Police Department.”
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