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<p>Screenshot via YouTube.</p>

Ex-Cop Sister of D.C. Chase Suspect Questions Fatal Shooting

October 7, 2013
The sister of the Connecticut mother killed during a vehicle pursuit in D.C., who is a former NYPD officer, spoke out against police use of deadly force at the end of the incident.

Video: Ore. Man Opens Fire on Trooper at T-Stop

October 4, 2013
An Oregon trooper's dash-cam video captured a deadly gunfight with a man who charged him and opened fire at a traffic stop in August. The trooper survived the assault at the harrowing vehicle stop with a wound to his side.

Villanova University Considers Sworn Officers

October 4, 2013
Villanova University officials are contemplating adding an on-campus, full-service police department.

Ex-NFL QB Blames Former Teammates for Failing Sobriety Test

October 4, 2013
Former Cleveland Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar was arrested on a drunk-driving charge after he failed to complete a sobriety test because his former offensive line "couldn't block" for him.
<p>Photo of Miriam Carey via Facebook.</p>

Capitol Chase Suspect Had History of Mental Illness

October 4, 2013
The dental hygienist who led police on a pursuit through the heart of Washington, D.C., on Thursday that ended in her fatal shooting by officers suffered from depression and other mental breaks.

Ariz. Officer Asked Not to Wear Uniform at School

October 3, 2013
A police officer who dropped off his daughter at her Phoenix elementary school was asked by the school's principal not to wear his uniform to the school because other parents were concerned that he was carrying a gun, MyFoxPhoenix.com reported.
<p>Photo courtesy of NLEOMF.</p>

Registration Open for NLEOMF Ride & Run Event

October 3, 2013
Registration remains open for the annual Law Enforcement Ride & Run to Remember event honoring fallen officers that takes place Oct. 12 and 13, according to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF).

Video: U.S. Capitol Officer Injured In Pursuit, Suspect Killed

October 3, 2013
A Connecticut woman who attempted to ram her car into a White House security barrier on Thursday afternoon was shot and killed at the U.S. Capitol after a pursuit in which two law enforcement officers were injured.

Video: Mo. Officer Saves Bridge Jumper

October 3, 2013
A Kansas City (Mo.) Police sergeant grabbed a suicidal man early Saturday before he could jump off a highway overpass. Sgt. Steven Griswold had responded to a stranded motorist call.
<p>Photo via Fort Stockton PD/Facebook.</p>

Deputy Killed In West Texas Convenience Store

October 3, 2013
Upton County (Texas) Sheriff's Deputy Billy "Bubba" Kennedy was shot and killed in a shootout with a suspect in a McCarney convenience store late Wednesday.
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