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Video: 2 Murdered, 4 in Custody After Ultraviolent Florida Crime Spree

January 16, 2015
One of the suspects invaded a home and allegedly murdered the mother and daughter. Police responding to a tip from a neighbor who heard screams surrounded the house. The suspect reportedly stole the homeowner's car and crashed through the garage door in a hail of fire from the officers.

Holder Severely Limits Federal Civil Asset Forfeiture Program

January 16, 2015
While police can continue to make seizures under their own state laws, the federal program was easy to use and required most of the proceeds from the seizures to go to local and state police departments. Many states require seized proceeds to go into the general fund.

Dallas Pension System May End Deferred Retirement Program for Police, Firefighters

January 16, 2015
Beginning April 1, police officers and firefighters no longer can enter the Deferred Retirement Option Plan, known as DROP. The plan is meant to keep officers and firefighters with more than 20 years of experience from retiring too young by redirecting their pension earnings to an account that guarantees a high annual interest rate.
<p>The shooting of&nbsp;Officer Tyler Jacob Stewart was captured on his body camera and released by the Flagstaff PD, as required by law.</p>

Release of Body Camera Video of Arizona Officer Being Shot Raises Privacy Issues

January 16, 2015
"We have to abide by the Arizona state law when it comes to releasing public records information," said Flagstaff Deputy Chief Walter Miller, who said officials sought legal advice before determining that they had to release the video under Arizona law.
<p>Photo of guard booth that resisted bullets in Austin shooting: Delta Scientific</p>

Delta Bullet-Proof Guard Booth Withstands Austin Shooter's Bullets

January 16, 2015
Delta Scientific, manufacturer of counter-terrorist vehicle control systems used in the United States and internationally, announced this week that no bullets penetrated a Delta bullet-proof guard booth in a downtown Austin, Texas, shooting.
<p>Officer Lou Golson (Photo: APD)</p>

Albuquerque Officer Shot at DWI Stop Released from Hospital

January 16, 2015
An Albuquerque police officer has been released from the hospital after getting shot during a Jan. 3 traffic stop.

Video: Suspect Runs Over San Diego Officer with His Own Patrol Car

January 16, 2015
A San Diego police officer was rushed to UC San Diego Medical Center Tuesday night after being intentionally run over by his own police cruiser in Barrio Logan, police said.

Poll Shows New Yorkers Can't Stand Police Union Leader or Sharpton

January 16, 2015
Despite their feelings about the leaders at the forefront of tensions over NYPD policies, voters expressed strong support for the cops themselves — especially those who patrol their own neighborhoods. Seventy-one percent said they are pleased with the performance of cops who protect their blocks. Only 25 percent said they weren’t.

Video: Foiled Belgian Terror Plot Targeted Police

January 16, 2015
A suspected jihadist group targeted in a major anti-terror raid on Thursday had been planning to kill policemen in the street and at police stations, Belgian prosecutors say.

Video: Handcuffed Pennsylvania Woman Drives Off in Patrol Car, Leads Police on High Speed Pursuit

January 16, 2015
Center Township Police Chief Barry Kramer today offered a theory of how Roxanne Rimer allegedly stole a police cruiser while her hands were cuffed behind her back.
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