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<p>Photo courtesy of&nbsp;<span>Jeff Eversoll.</span></p>

Bicycle Officer Wins Gear in Well Dressed Officer Contest

July 3, 2013
Master Police Officer Jeff Eversoll of the Bowling Green (Ky.) Police Department won a bunch of apparel and gear as a winner of POLICE Magazine's Well Dressed Officer Contest, as well as paid registration for the 2013 IPMBA Conference in May.

Investigation Uncovers Sex Scandal at Fla. Agency

July 2, 2013
A nearly three-month investigation into sexual misconduct at the Lakeland (Fla.) Police Department found that at least 10 officers inappropriately had sex or were engaged in sexually suggestive behavior with a female civilian employee during the past seven years.

DOJ Demands $12.5M Payout for LASD Racial Harassment

July 2, 2013
The U.S. Department of Justice has ordered the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department and others to pay $12.5 million to Antelope Valley residents it says were victims of harassment and intimidation by deputies.

Wounded Texas Officer Released From Hospital

July 2, 2013
The Granbury (Texas) Police officer who was wounded in a shootout with a wanted sex offender left the hospital Monday afternoon. Officer Chad Davis was shot in the upper right arm during the gun battle with Ricky Don McCommas.

Video: Calif. Officer Shoots Lunging Dog

July 2, 2013
A Hawthorne (Calif.) Police officer shot and killed a man's Rottweiler after the dog lunged at a fellow officer who was arresting his master. The graphic incident was filmed by onlookers and posted to YouTube.

Police Clear College Student Arrested with Water

July 2, 2013
A University of Virginia college student has been cleared after fleeing from state alcohol-control agents who mistook her purchase of bottled water for a 12-pack of beer.
<p>Detective Chris Serino testifies Monday in the Trayvon Martin trial. Screenshot via The Count.</p>

Controversy Surrounds Trayvon Martin Detective's Testimony

July 1, 2013
Chris Serino had pursued manslaughter charges for George Zimmerman but the investigator's bosses rejected his recommendation. Serino later said he was pressured by black officers into filing charges.
<p>Photo via Phoenix PD/Facebook.</p>

Phoenix Police Shroud Badges for Fallen Firefighters

July 1, 2013
Phoenix Police officers began wearing a shroud over their badges Monday to honor the 19 firefighters who perished Sunday fighting a 6,000-acre fire in northwest Arizona.

Prosecutor: Ohio Agency's Fake Drug Checkpoints Legal

July 1, 2013
An Ohio agency's face drug checkpoints don't violate a 2000 U.S. Supreme Court ruling that officers can't randomly stop cars to search motorists for drugs, a prosecutor told The Plain Dealer.

Video: Pa. Speeder Berates Officers at T-Stop

July 1, 2013
A Chester County, Pa., man berated several Upper Uwchlan Police officers and threatened to confront them out of uniform during a profanity-laced tirade captured on video by onlookers.
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