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Video: Four Escape from Oklahoma Jail

October 28, 2013
It appears the men opened a trap door above the jail showers and crawled to the pipe chase door which leads to outside the jail, Cain said.

Suicidal Officer Takes Another Officer Hostage

October 28, 2013
A Lansford, Pa., police officer who was taken hostage at gunpoint Friday night by another borough officer tried but failed to keep his abductor from committing suicide.

Video: 4 Officers Hospitalized After Albuquerque Rampage

October 28, 2013
Albuquerque Police Chief Allen Banks said in a press conference that no motive had been determined for Chase’s attack. However, he did have a tattoo that reads “Cop Killer.”
<p>The DVM-800 is a full-featured Digital Ally in-car video system that lists for less than $4,000.</p>

IACP 2013: Digital Ally Connects In-Car and On-Body Video

October 24, 2013
A key feature of VuLink is that it triggers the FirstVu HD camera at the same time that it triggers the in-car system. This means the officer doesn’t have to remember to activate the on-body cam.

IACP 2013: Point Blank and Dyneema Develop New Lightweight Body Armor

October 24, 2013
Point Blank has tested its Alpha Elite model AXIIIA with rounds exceeding 2,000 feet per second. The armor will be available in Point Blank concealed configurations and in Paraclete tactical models.

Video: Officer of the Year Rammed Gunman's Truck

October 24, 2013
In a dashcam video, Trooper Timothy Strohmeyer's cruiser can be seen on video approaching the collided cars. Hoping to divert attention away from his trapped colleague, Strohmeyer rammed his own cruiser into the back of Michael's truck, state police said.

3 Students Injured when Calif. Officer's Rifle Discharges at School

October 24, 2013
Chino, Calif., police are investigating how and why an officer’s AR-15 accidently discharged, injuring three students, during Red Ribbon Week activities Wednesday morning at Newman Elementary School, the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin reports.
<p>Officer Patrick Hill</p>
<p>Photo: Detroit Police</p>

Detroit Chief Says Friendly Fire May Have Killed Officer

October 24, 2013
Officer Patrick Hill was part of a special anti-crime task force. The incident occurred April 2 after officers, including Hill, executed a traffic stop on the driver of a silver Dodge Magnum. The driver, murder suspect and convicted armed robber Matthew Joseph, 24, did not comply, police said.
<p>Officer Keith Crenshaw</p>

Mississippi Officer Killed Deploying Spike Strip

October 24, 2013
Officer Keith Crenshaw, 52, of the Eupora (Miss.) Police Department was killed Wednesday after laying down a spike strip to stop a car being pursued by law enforcement officers.
<p>Photo: Police file</p>

California Compensates Officer Involved in UC Davis OC Incident

October 24, 2013
John Pike, who had filed for the compensation from the University of California system, also cited the stress he endured from death threats he received after the incident. Pike, a former lieutenant with the UC Davis Police was fired in July 2012, after being on paid administrative leave for eight months.
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