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3 Killed In Ala. SUV Pursuit

October 3, 2012
A man, woman and child were killed when a suspect fleeing from Birmingham (Ala.) Police in an SUV crashed into their car.
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Detroit Mayor Suspends Police Chief Over Sex Scandal

October 2, 2012
Detroit Police Chief Ralph Godbee Jr. was suspended Tuesday amid accusations that he had an affair with a female police officer—the second sex scandal to tarnish his tenure since he took the helm in 2010.

Kansas Man Shoots Officer in Face, Then Kills Self

October 2, 2012
A 19-year-old man who shot at Salina, Kan., police officers Thursday evening, hitting one in the face, may have been dead for much of the six-hour standoff that followed.
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Border Patrol Agent Shot, Killed in Arizona

October 2, 2012
One Border Patrol agent was killed and another seriously injured in an early morning shooting Tuesday in rugged terrain near the U.S.-Mexico border. Nicholas Ivie, 30, was identified as the agent shot and killed near Naco in Cochise County.

St. Louis Chief Announces Retirement

October 2, 2012
The Board of Police Commissioners may hold an emergency meeting Wednesday to start the process of naming a new chief, with the goal being to have a new chief announced next month, said Richard Gray, president of the board.

Glock Donates $50K to Concerns of Police Survivors

October 1, 2012
Glock Inc. today donated $50,000 to the Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) at a ceremony at the company’s booth at the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) conference in San Diego. This marks the sixth consecutive year that GLOCK has donated to C.O.P.S., bringing total GLOCK contributions to the organization to $300,000.

Ga. Humane Society Calls for Investigation of Police K-9 Death

October 1, 2012
The dog, Sasha, was found dead Sept. 3 inside the Chevrolet Tahoe belonging to her handler, Lt. T.J. Frye of the Warwick Police Department in South Georgia, according to a Warwick police report. Frye returned home from a three-day trip to find the animal inside the vehicle. He later buried Sasha in his own yard.

Philly Cop Punches Woman in Puerto Rican Parade

October 1, 2012
Video from Philadelphia's Puerto Rican Day parade over the weekend shows a uniformed cop punching a woman in the face. The blow leaves the woman’s mouth bloody. The officer — identified as Lt. Jonathan Josey — then handcuffs her and another cop leads her away.

Idaho Man Killed by Officers After Shooting Spree

October 1, 2012
An Idaho man suspected of shooting another man in the chest, as well as shooting at several random individuals Saturday was killed by Coeur d'Alene police officers after he opened fire on the officers following an estimated 5-mile car chase.

Ind. Man Accused of Trying to Run Over Officer Captured After High-Speed Chase

October 1, 2012
An Anderson, Ind., man who allegedly tried to run over an Anderson police officer Wednesday night was arrested Friday after leading police on a high-speed chase through five counties.
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