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Video: Suspect Jumps From Moving Cruiser

September 18, 2013
Patrol car video has surfaced of a burglary suspect jumping from a moving Dayton (Ohio) Police cruiser, raising questions about how the officer secured him in the rear seat.
<p>Graphic courtesy of FBI.</p>

FBI: Violent Crime Rose Slightly In 2012

September 17, 2013
Police agencies reported a slight increase in violent crime along with a slight decrease in property crime in 2012, the FBI has announced.
<p>Photo via DPOA.</p>

Detroit Officer Collapses at Motorcycle Competition

September 17, 2013
Officer Rodney Jones, 49, had just celebrated 28 years serving the department. Jones was also an executive board member of the Detroit Police Officers Association.
<p>Photo courtesy of Detroit PD.</p>

Detroit Chief Eliminates Mandatory 12-Hour Shifts

September 17, 2013
Detroit Police officers will not longer be required to work three 12-hour shifts, newly appointed Chief James Craig announced today. Beginning Oct. 14, Detroit PD officers will begin working eight-hour shifts.
<p><span>Photo of Randall Kendrick courtesy of Mecklenburg County SO.</span></p>

Attorney: N.C. Officer's Shooting Was Justified

September 17, 2013
A Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police officer charged with manslaughter was justified when he shot and killed an unarmed man early Saturday, his attorney said Tuesday.
<p>Photos courtesy of FBI.</p>

Navy Yard Killer Had History of Mental Illness

September 17, 2013
The man authorities say killed 12 people in Monday's Washington Navy Yard rampage had a history of mental illness and reportedly told people he was hearing voices.

Video: Texas Police Rescue Kidnap Victim

September 17, 2013
Kaufman (Texas) Police officers and a sheriff's deputy who pulled over a silver Lexus rescued a woman who had been the victim of a carjacking and kidnapping in downtown Dallas late last month.
<p>Photos courtesy of FBI.</p>

Navy Yard Gunman Had Checkered Military Career

September 17, 2013
The man named as the shooter in Monday’s Washington Navy Yard rampage had a highly checkered four-year career as a Navy reservist, a period marked by repeated run-ins with his military superiors and the law, including an incident in which he cursed repeatedly after being thrown out of a nightclub, according to documents and Navy officials.

Wounded D.C. Cop Out of Surgery

September 16, 2013
Metropolitan (D.C.) Police Officer Scott Williams, who was wounded in the Washington Navy Yard rampage, is out of surgery and remains in stable condition, Police Chief Cathy Lanier said.
<p><span>Photos of Aaron Alexis courtesy of FBI.</span></p>

Suspected D.C. Killer Had Anger Issues

September 16, 2013
Slain suspected Washington Navy Yard gunman Aaron Alexis suffered from "anger management problems" his family feared was linked to participating in rescue attempts of Sept. 11, 2001 victims, according to a police report.
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