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Report: Calif. Police Didn't Intend To Deceive Public In Homeless Man's Death

February 22, 2012
The Fullerton (Calif.) Police Department didn't deliberately release false information of an old booking photo of a homeless, mentally ill man who died after he was beaten by officers last year, according to an independent monitor.

NYPD Sgt. Resisted Arrest After Driving Drunk

February 22, 2012
An off-duty NYPD sergeant busted for drunken driving on Sunday resisted arrest, injuring a fellow cop as he hauled the blotto lawman off to jail.
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Ex-Playmate Wins $1.2M Excessive Force Judgment Against NYPD

February 22, 2012
A Manhattan jury awarded former Playboy Playmate Stephanie Adams $1.2 million on Tuesday in an excessive-force judgement against the New York Police Department.

Video: Fired Tenn. Trooper Files Second Appeal To Get Job Back

February 21, 2012
The Tennessee trooper who drove past a fiery wreck at the end of a pursuit has filed a second appeal to get his job back after internal investigators determined he deliberately avoided the wreck.
<p>Photo: POLICE File.</p>

SCOTUS: Miranda Warning Not Required for Inmate Questioned About Other Crime

February 21, 2012
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled against a Michigan inmate who contended he should have received a Miranda warning before being interrogated in a prison conference room about sexual conduct with a 12-year-old boy.

W.Va. Sgt. Killed By Suspected Drunk Driver

February 19, 2012
A "super deputy" with the Monongalia County (W.Va.) County Sheriff's Department died in a crash at the end of a pursuit with a suspected drunk driver early Saturday.

ICE Shooting Occurred During Performance Review

February 18, 2012
The federal immigration agent who shot his supervisor on Thursday was discussing his job performance in a meeting when the shooting occurred. Following the shooting, there was a "very intense struggle" over the gun.
<p>Screenshot: CBS 5 AZ</p>

Custom Armor Vest Fails Phoenix Police Testing

February 17, 2012
A body armor model produced by Custom Armor Technologies in May of 2008 failed several independent tests and will be pulled from service by the Phoenix Police Department.
<p>Photo: Streamlight</p>

Streamlight Launches Stylus Pro Reach

February 17, 2012
Streamlight Inc. has introduced the Stylus Pro Reach, a pen-sized flashlight with a flexible cable extension. The compact penlight utilizes a C4 LED and comes equipped with a flexible polyethylene-coated cable that allows for 14 inches of reach that can be positioned to illuminate concealed areas.
<p>Photo: O&#39;Neill Innovations</p>

O'Neill Innovations Introduces Maxfit Glove

February 17, 2012
O'Neill Innovations has introduced the black hidex Maxfit thin glove, its first product, into the law enforcement market. The Maxfit glove is a hybrid of the outdoor sport and shooting glove that's engineered to be kind to the skin.
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