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Illinois Officer Cleared In Force Incident

November 4, 2010
Officer Andrew Smith was acquitted of official misconduct, aggravated battery, mob action and battery. The officer had been on unpaid leave since March 2009.

Officer Struck With Flagpole During Gas Station Brawl

November 4, 2010
As the officer took the report, an SUV pulled up and four men jumped out. The officer instructed the men not to enter the mini-mart, after which they began assaulting a worker who was pumping gas. One of the men struck the officer with a flagpole (American flag attached).

Massachusetts Detective Shot Tracking ATF Suspect

November 3, 2010
Det. Oliveira had located Matthew Krister, 21, and returned fire when Krister fired on the officer, striking him in the chest. Krister was pronounced dead, following the 6:40 p.m. Tuesday shooting.

FBI Links Shooting at Coast Guard Office to Four Others

November 3, 2010
Rounds fired at the Coast Guard office Tuesday morning caused minor damage and didn't injure anyone similarly to four others — two at a Marine Corps museum in Triangle, Va., another at a Marine Corps recruiting station in Chantilly, Va., and a fourth at the Pentagon.

California Pot Legalization Goes Up In Smoke

November 3, 2010
Proposition 19 backers have conceded defeat, as their measure failed to pass Tuesday. According to the Secretary of State, 53.8 percent of voters opposed it with 97.1 percent of ballots counted.

Survey: Campus Agencies Lack Staff, Weapons

November 3, 2010
Campus Safety magazine's "How Safe Is Your Campus?" survey also covers wages, officer morale, active shooter/bomber response preparedness, sexual assault policy, alcohol policy, resources and emergency management issues.

Halloween DUI Wore Breathalyzer Costume

November 3, 2010
A Lincoln (Neb.) PD officer pulled over the Ford F-150 truck driven erratically by Matthew Nieveen, 19. Nieveen's blood alcohol level was more than twice the state's .08 limit.
Pelican-Hardigg Inter Stacking Pattern Cases come standard with lockable steel cable catches with a cobalt finish, and an integrated card label holder. Photo courtesy of Pelican.

Pelican Introduces Inter Stacking Pattern Cases

November 3, 2010
Pelican-Hardigg Inter Stacking Pattern (ISP) Cases feature patent-pending “wave design” stacking ribs that allow for cross-stacking across all six ISP case sizes. Optional features include stainless steel hardware and a choice of purchasing the case with or without layers of polyethylene foam.

Maine Officer Denied Ballot After Declining to Surrender Weapon

November 2, 2010
During a press conference, Bangor Chief Ron Gastia said officers aren't required to surrender their firearms to vote. And the election warden who turned the officer away has been dismissed.

California Officer Stops Parolee Armed With Two Guns

November 2, 2010
Adrian Gutierrez, 28, had been out of prison about a month when he sped away from the officer after a traffic violation. Gutierrez crashed his vehicle and, while armed with two guns, ran from the officer. He turned on the officer, who then fired.
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