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<p>Sgt. Cory Wride (Photo: Utah County Sheriff&#39;s Office)</p>

Thousands Attend Slain Utah Officer’s Funeral

February 6, 2014
On Wednesday, with several thousand fellow law enforcement officials in attendance, the Wride family and friends remembered their shy cowboy’s life during the Utah County Sheriff’s sergeant’s funeral. Wride, 44, of Benjamin, was killed while on duty last Thursday.

Body of Missing Va. Captain Believed Found

February 6, 2014
Searchers have found the body of a missing Virginia Police captain in Goochland, according to law enforcement sources.

Video: Three Arrested in Connection with Missing Va. Reserve Capt.

February 6, 2014
Three Albemarle, Va., siblings were arrested in the city of Alexandria in connection with the disappearance of 45-year-old police captain Kevin Quick, who was last seen around 10:15 p.m. Friday.

Video: CHP Officer Handcuffs Firefighter at Crash Scene, Chiefs Meet

February 6, 2014
After a California Highway Patrol officer handcuffed a Chula Vista firefighter for refusing to move his engine at the scene of a crash, the chiefs of both agencies said in a statement Wednesday that they shared the "utmost respect" for each other's missions.
<p>Rocco (Photo: Pittsburgh Police)</p>

High Bond Set in Pittsburgh Police Dog Killing

February 6, 2014
The district judge who set a $1 million bond for the man accused of killing a Pittsburgh police dog last week said that he set the amount that high -- at least in part -- because he considers the victim, Rocco, a German shepherd, to be a police officer.

Fla. Deputy Shot, Kills Shooter at Car Dealership

February 6, 2014
A Taylor County (Fla.) Sheriff's deputy getting his car fixed at the Timberland Ford dealership jumped into action after a man crashed through the front of the business with his vehicle and opened fire.

RedXDefense Reduces Price of Sampling Cards, Improves GSR Performance

February 4, 2014
Tested and approved, the XCAT appears on the Commonwealth of Virginia Department of Forensic Science’s list of Approved Presumptive Field Tests for the Detection of Drugs and has been verified by the National Forensic Science Technology Center (NFSTC) to accurately detect the presence of commonly encountered illicit drugs.

UCLA Police Clear Officers of Excessive Force

February 4, 2014
The UCLA Police Department has cleared two officers accused by an African American judge of using excessive force after stopping him for not wearing a seat belt.

Convicted Murderer Caught in Indiana After Escape From Michigan Prison

February 4, 2014
A man serving life behind bars for a quadruple murder is back in custody after a brazen escape from a Michigan prison late Sunday.

Georgia Officer Shot, Man Arrested, Two Detained

February 4, 2014
Cobb County police late Tuesday morning arrested a suspect in the early morning shooting of a fellow officer during a traffic stop near Marietta, Ga.
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