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Video: Washington Officers Shot 911 Caller During Murder Suspect Manhunt

November 13, 2014
Police officers rushed to the area, and when they arrived, they encountered not Kendall, but the citizen who dialed 911. That citizen is white and in his mid 50s, similar to Kendall, police said.

Video: California Vehicle Pursuit Charges Across Golf Course, Suspect Killed

November 13, 2014
A police pursuit Tuesday through a Corona, Calif., golf course ended in an officer-involved shooting in Perris.

Veteran Vermont Officer Suspected of Stealing Guns, Drugs from Evidence

November 13, 2014
Corporal Tyler Kinney, a 12-year veteran of the Colchester, Vermont, Police Department, is on unpaid leave from the force, following his arrest on suspicion of stealing drug and gun evidence from the department's evidence room. Colchester Police Chief Jennifer Morrison made the announcement Tuesday.

Video: Man Charged with Shooting Off-Duty Chicago Officer and Her Daughter

November 13, 2014
Anthony Gates, 28, faces two counts of first-degree attempted murder and two counts of aggravated battery with a firearm, according to a statement from the Chicago Police Department.
<p>Members of the Missouri State Highway Patrol Rural Crimes Investigative Unit stand with their award, flanked by Chief Yousry &quot;Yost&quot; Zakhary, IACP past president, left, and Dan DeSimone, senior director of Integrated Solutions &amp; Business Development for Thomson Reuters.</p>

Missouri State Highway Patrol Rural Crimes Investigative Unit Wins Award

November 12, 2014
An innovative, highly-coordinated approach to stem rural crime throughout the state of Missouri has earned the Missouri State Highway Patrol Rural Crimes Investigative Unit (RCIU) the 2014 International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP)/Thomson Reuters Award for Excellence in Criminal Investigation.

Morphix Technologies Chameleon Gains US SAFETY Act Approval

November 12, 2014
Morphix Technologies' Chameleon, a wearable device that allows hands-free detection of up to 10 different hazards at one time in a variety of operating environments, has been approved by the US SAFETY Act of the Department of Homeland Security as an anti-terrorism technology that will be used to save lives.

Video: Missouri Governor on Ferguson: 'Violence Will Not Be Tolerated'

November 11, 2014
In Missouri, state and county authorities will join forces to curb violent protests when a grand jury announces its decision on the Ferguson police officer who shot 19-year-old Michael Brown to death in August, Gov. Jay Nixon said Tuesday. "Violence will not be tolerated," Nixon said in a press conference.

Witmer Public Safety Group Acquires Heroes Apparel

November 11, 2014
Witmer Public Safety Group, Inc., multi-channel distributor of public safety equipment and supplies, has announced the acquisition of Heroes Apparel of Richmond, Va.

Border Patrol May Be Stripping Agents of Their Rifles

November 11, 2014
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection's Offices of Border Patrol and Training and Development say it is inspecting the quality of agents' M4 carbines throughout Border Patrol sectors nationwide, and that's why agents have been required to turn in the weapons. But agents say some of these M4s have not been replaced. And agents are required to share rifles.

NYPD to Cease Low-Level Weed Possession Arrests and Issue Tickets Instead

November 11, 2014
If found guilty, a first-time violator would face a fine of $100; for a second offense, a fine of $250 could apply, a high-ranking police source said.
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