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<p>Dell&#39;s new Latitude 12 Rugged Tablet (Photo: Dell)</p>

Dell Introduces Its First Fully Rugged Tablet Built to Withstand Harsh Environments

July 21, 2015
Dell today announced the new Latitude 12 Rugged Tablet, Dell's first fully rugged tablet designed for performance and reliability in the harshest conditions. Boasting state-of-the art design and function, this new tablet is the most recent addition to the innovative Dell Rugged portfolio.

Federal Correctional Officers' Union Renews Call for Sentencing Reform

July 20, 2015
AFGE's Council of Prison Locals, which represents over 33,000 correctional workers at federal prisons across the country, praised Obama's denouncement of mandatory minimum sentencing for non-violent drug offenders.

Baltimore Commissioner Asks Officers for Input on Reorganization

July 20, 2015
Baltimore's interim police commissioner, Kevin Davis, is looking to reorganize the department and is seeking input from its 2,800 officers on how to do it.

Shots from Chattanooga Police Ended Last Week's Active Shooter Attack

July 20, 2015
Fletcher said his officers — in an act he described as heroic — engaged the gunman "immediately, aggressively" with the sole intent that he harm as few people as possible.
<p>Officer Vernell Brown Jr. (Photo: New Orleans PD)</p>

New Orleans Officer Succumbs to Injuries from Being Struck by Car on Duty

July 20, 2015
Brown exited the vehicle after one of the recruits parked in the shoulder lane, and while walking near the guardrail, Brown was struck by a Ford Mustang, police say. An unidentified 28-year-old man was driving the Mustang.
<p>Leroy Smith, director of the South Carolina Department of Public Safety, comes to the aid of a heat-stricken man wearing a swastika T-shirt at a weekend Klan rally in Columbia. (Photo: Rob Godfrey via Twitter)</p>

Black Police Chief Assists Man in Neo-Nazi Apparel at South Carolina Klan Rally

July 20, 2015
It was the powerful image of a black police officer assisting a man wearing a black T-shirt bearing a swastika and struggling in the heat that resonated online.
<p>James Goss was charged with aggravated assault and attempted murder. (Photo: Baltimore PD)</p>

Baltimore Officer Stabbed in Face at Weekend Domestic

July 20, 2015
The officer was stabbed in the face and neck multiple times by a man around 2:15 a.m. at the Varsity Apartments, a University of Baltimore student housing complex, police said.
<p>(Photos: via DPD Facebook)</p>

Detroit Police Looking for Men Who Attacked Couples, Raped Women and Forced Male Victims to Watch

July 20, 2015
"One of the men produced a gun, pointed it at both victims and advised them to go to an alley. Both victims complied. They were forced to the ground. The male victim was forced to watch the female victim get sexually assaulted. Their clothing was taken."
<p>Two men were killed when they crashed into a utility pole as they tried to escape Troy, Mich., police. (Screen shot from ClickonDetroit.com video)</p>

2 Michigan Men Fleeing Police Killed in Crash

July 20, 2015
Two men are dead after the car they were in crashed into a pole Sunday while fleeing police on 19 Mile Road in Troy, Mich.
<p>Bloodhound Zane served four years with the Conyers Police Department. (Photo: Conyers PD)</p>

Georgia K-9 Dies After Being Left in Hot Patrol Car

July 20, 2015
The bloodhound worked as a tracking dog with the department for four years, three with his handler, Cpl. Jerahmy Williams, according to Conyers Police Department spokeswoman Kim Lucas.
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