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Portland Police Agree to TASER Policy Changes

November 7, 2013
The police union waived its right to challenge proposed changes to the Police Bureau's use of force and Taser policies -- although it's unclear what final changes the city agreed to make.
<p>Officer Michael Briggs (Photo: Manchester PD)</p>

N.H. Supreme Court Upholds Cop Killer's Conviction

November 6, 2013
The New Hampshire Supreme Court today upheld Michael Addison’s conviction for capital murder of a Manchester police officer but did not pass final judgement on his death sentence, saying additional review is needed.
<p>Oregon City Reserve Officer Robert Allen Libke (Photo courtesy of Oregon City PD)</p>

Slain Oregon Officer to Receive State Medal

November 6, 2013
On Tuesday, the Oregon Governor's Commission on the Law Enforcement Medal of Honor held an emergency meeting to consider a recommendation to award the Medal of Ultimate Sacrifice to fallen Oregon City Reserve Officer Robert Allen Libke.

2 Juveniles Charged With Breaking into School with Assault-Rifle BB Guns

November 5, 2013
Denver SWAT responded when a cleaning crew working late at night notified authorities of two suspects with guns and backpacks entering KIPP Montbello College Prep Middle School, reports The Denver Post. Two male juveniles were arrested.
<p>Photo of LAPD Headquarters: Paul Clinton</p>

2 LAPD Officers Face Firing Over Sexual Favors

November 5, 2013
Two LAPD officers have been ordered to attend disciplinary hearings amid allegations that they gave at least four women leniency for performing sex acts. Officers cannot be fired without a hearing.
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Oregon Reserve Officer Dies After House Fire Shooting

November 5, 2013
Reserve Officer Robert Libke of the Oregon City (Ore.) Police Department succumbed to a gunshot wound sustained the previous day after responding to a house fire.

Video: 4 Officers Injured in Chicago Car Crash

November 4, 2013
Police arrested a driver for causing a four-car crash at a traffic stop in Chicago, injuring four officers and five others.

LAPD Narrowly Missed Stopping Alleged LAX Shooter

November 4, 2013
Officers with the LAPD arrived at suspected LAX shooter Paul Anthony Ciancia's apartment minutes after he left for the airport Friday morning.

Video: Ore. Officer Shot, Gunman Killed at House Fire Incident

November 4, 2013
Witness Jonathan Priest told KATU he saw the suspect shoot the officer. "The police officer lowered his guard for a second (and) right as he did, the guy behind the fence shot him in the face and the officer fell to the ground," Priest said.
<p>Officer Randall Kerrick (Photo: Mecklenburg County SD)</p>

Judge Blocks Release of Dashcam Video from Charlotte Police Shooting

November 4, 2013
A Mecklenburg County judge on Thursday effectively blocked release of the video from a controversial police shooting by giving control of the footage to the state prosecutor handling the case, the Charlotte Observer reports.
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