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Man Arrested and Questioned After Deadly Trooper Ambush Sues Pennsylvania State Police

February 19, 2016
A man who was arrested then questioned about a deadly ambush at a Pennsylvania State Police barracks has sued claiming he was traumatized by overzealous troopers who detained him based on mere speculation.
<p>Daniel Hall faces charges of arson and burglary. (Photo: Pasco County SO)</p>

Florida Man Faces Charges of Trying to Burn Deputy's Home

February 19, 2016
Following what he said was an attempt by a local man to burn a deputy's residence, Pasco County (FL) Sheriff Chris Nocco issued a warning to anyone who would attack his employees at their home: "If you try to break into our houses we will use any force necessary to stop you and drop you in your tracks."

Proposed South Carolina Law Would Require Agencies to Have Policy for Officer-Involved Deaths

February 19, 2016
South Carolina state senators gave unanimous key approval Thursday for a bill that would require all law enforcement agencies in the state to have a written policy on how to handle officer-involved deaths.

Video: Police Body Cam Leads to Firing of Georgia Fire Captain

February 19, 2016
Krystal Cathcart later filed a written complaint, which included a warning about making a false sworn statement. She claimed Sgt. Floyd created "a sense of fear" at the scene, cussed her out twice, telling her to "back the f--- up" or he will throw her in the "back of my squad car."

Video: Doctor Who Tried to Save Murdered Georgia Officer Upset by Lack of Community Outcry

February 19, 2016
Dr. Barry Zisholtz with Southern Regional Medical Center said the hospital's staff did everything it could to try to save Riverdale police Maj. Greg Barney's life when he arrived in the emergency room.

San Francisco PD Being Trained to Fire Twice and Assess During Shootings

February 19, 2016
New pistol training guidelines require police recruits to hear the command "threat" before they fire at targets, to shoot only two rounds at a time, and to stop and reassess threats after every two shots.

Maryland Appeals Court Halts Officer Trials in Freddie Gray Case Pending Review

February 19, 2016
In a rare move, Maryland's highest court agreed Thursday to halt trial proceedings against the Baltimore police officers charged in the Freddie Gray case, taking up competing appeals on whether Officer William G. Porter can be compelled to testify against his five fellow defendants.

Wiley X Adds New Tactical Model to Changeable Series Eyewear Line

February 19, 2016
Wiley X, Inc. has announced a new member of its popular Changeable Series eyewear family—the new-for-2016 WX Rogue. This new model has been designed to deliver clear vision, comfortable wear, and protection that makes it well suited for tactical wearers.

Off-Duty Officer Saved from Heroin Overdose by Fellow Officer

February 18, 2016
An off-duty Buffalo, NY, police officer overdosed on heroin last week, but was revived when an on-duty city police officer responded to a South Buffalo residence and administered at least two doses of the opiate antidote Narcan.
<p>Dep. Jeffrey Brunkow of the Boulder County (CO) Sheriff&#39;s Office</p>

Colorado Deputy Receives February 2016 NLEOMF Officer of the Month Award

February 18, 2016
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund has selected Deputy Sheriff Jeffrey Brunkow, of the Boulder County (CO) Sheriff's Office, as the recipient of its Officer of the Month Award for February 2016.
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