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10 Laid-Off Oakland Officers Return to Duty

February 22, 2011
The officers are expected to return to the streets in a week or two, after undergoing some retraining, including firearms qualification and being updated on changes to department policies.
St. Petersburg (Fla.) PD's Officer David Crawford. Photo courtesy of SPPD.

Florida Officer Fatally Shot, Manhunt Continues

February 22, 2011
St. Petersburg (Fla.) Police Officer David Crawford is the third agency fatality in less than a month. Officer Crawford was a 25-year veteran of the force.

Arizona LE, Nonprofits Bring Awareness To Human Slavery

February 21, 2011
As differentiated from human smuggling, these crimes involve forcing people against their will to work for others' profit. It could be a prostitute walking the streets for a pimp. It could be a cowering immigrant toiling in a sweatshop in a state of indentured servitude.

NYPD's Aviation Unit Rescues Stranded Cadets

February 21, 2011
Capt. James Coan deployed a helicopter and crew upstate to an Orange County cliff side, where Officer Steve Browning hovered his craft in 30 mph gusts, while the crew hoisted the cadets to safety.

S.C. Agency Gives Officers Customer Service Training

February 20, 2011
Columbia, S.C., Police Chief Randy Scott emphasized the importance of customer service during a training session, saying he wants all officers to be polite, courteous and professional when dealing with the public.

NYPD Cop: Positive Cocaine Test Caused by Coca Tea

February 19, 2011
Alvaro Casado was fired by the NYPD in March. He challenged his termination, saying he likely tested positive because he drank Mate de Coca tea his girlfriend's mother gave him after he was in a car accident.
Poughkeepsie PD's John Falcone was fatally shot by Lee Welch at Poughkeepsie Station. Photo via Flickr (msspider66).

Slain N.Y. Cop Was a Proactive Veteran

February 19, 2011
Chief Ron Knapp described Officer John Falcone as an active officer who "was always the first one in the middle of it, as he was this time."

Houston Chief Helps Revive Journalist

February 18, 2011
Chief Charles McClelland helped revive Tony Morris, who was covering the presser for Houston Style Magazine, after the freelance photographer stopped breathing

N.Y. Officer Critically Wounded In Gunfire, Two Dead

February 18, 2011
A Poughkeepsie (N.Y.) Police officer was shot in the face and three officers were injured during a Friday shoot-out at a New York train station. The shoot-out also left a husband and wife dead.
Photo courtesy of Arcadia PD.

California Agency Detonates Grenade In Station's Lawn

February 18, 2011
The grenade was removed from the vehicle and rendered safe by the deputies. Due to the condition of the device, it was disposed of at the scene and not transported for destruction. The bomb squad buried the device in the station's lawn, and then detonated it.
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