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Video: De Blasio Defends Tactics of NYPD Officer at This Week's Protests

May 1, 2015
“When the police give you an instruction, you follow the instruction. It’s not debatable,” he said. “When the police say stay to the sidewalk, it means stay to the sidewalk. And that has to be respected. There’s no debate about the fact that the announcements were made multiple times.”
<p>Aurora PD Officer&nbsp;Jason Oviatt (Photo: CBS News Screen Shot)</p>

Officer Who Arrested Holmes Testifies in Colorado Mass Murder Trial

May 1, 2015
Another police officer, Aaron Blue, told jurors he asked Holmes if he had any weapons, and that he replied: "I have four guns. I have improvised explosive devices, and they won't go off unless you set them off."

Baltimore Officer who Arrested Freddie Gray was Hospitalized in 2012 for Mental Health Concerns

May 1, 2015
Worries about the lieutenant — originally raised by a fellow Baltimore police officer who is the mother of his child — led Carroll County, Md., deputies to confiscate his guns and contact high-ranking police officials, the report says.
<p>Ronald Jerome Boyd &mdash; chief of the Port of Los Angeles&rsquo; 128-officer force for more than a decade &mdash; faces charges of wire fraud, making false statements to federal agents and tax evasion, according to the 16-count indictment. (Photo: LA Port Police)</p>

Los Angeles Port Police Chief Facing Corruption Charges

May 1, 2015
Ronald Jerome Boyd — chief of the Port of Los Angeles’ 128-officer force for more than a decade — faces charges of wire fraud, making false statements to federal agents and tax evasion, according to the 16-count indictment.

Video: In-Custody Suspect Fires at Atlanta Officers from Back of Patrol Car

May 1, 2015
“Shortly after that, that individual opened fire with a handgun or with a weapon firing at least twice at the officers. The officers retreated and opened fire,” said Maj. Darin Schierbaum with the Atlanta Police Department.
<p>Photo: NLEOMF</p>

Rhode Island Sergeant Named NLEOMF Officer of the Month

April 30, 2015
For rescuing a man from drowning, the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund has announced the selection of Sgt. Philip B. Gingerella Sr. of the Charlestown (R.I.) Police Department, as the recipient of its Officer of the Month Award for April 2015.

Video: 98 Baltimore Officers Hurt Since Monday; Gray Case Goes to State's Attorney

April 30, 2015
Baltimore City Police Capt. Eric Kowalczyk said nearly 100 officers have been injured since the violence started Monday. Police said that of the 98 officers injured, 43 required emergency treatment at a hospital, 13 have been unable to return to work and another 15 are on limited duty.

Over 140 Arrested in New York Protests Over Baltimore Death

April 30, 2015
In a response designed to tamp down early signs of unrest, the police arrested 143 people in Manhattan on Wednesday night as protesters marched in a show of solidarity with demonstrators in Baltimore angered by the death of Freddie Gray.

Video: Michael Moore Demands America 'Disarm the Police'

April 30, 2015
Filmmaker Michael Moore demanded on Twitter Thursday that America's police officers be disarmed and all African-Americans imprisoned for non-violent crimes be released.

Prisoner Said Freddie Gray Was 'Trying To Injure Himself,' Document Says

April 30, 2015
A prisoner sharing a police transport van with Freddie Gray told investigators that he could hear Gray "banging against the walls" of the vehicle and believed that he "was intentionally trying to injure himself," according to a police document.
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