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Officers' Trials Set in Freddie Gray Case

September 29, 2015
The six Baltimore police officers charged in Freddie Gray's arrest and death will be tried separately over the course of the next several months, with proceedings against the first officer starting Nov. 30.
<p>Getac F110 in car. (Photo: Getac)</p>

Las Vegas Metro PD Takes Delivery of Getac Rugged Tablets

September 29, 2015
Getac Inc., manufacturer of rugged computers, announced that the Las Vegas (Nev.) Metro PD has ordered 898 Getac rugged tablets for its police force. The department ordered 778 Getac F110 rugged tablets to be installed in its cruisers. Another 120 Getac T800 rugged tablets will be deployed by the department's Motor Division to support traffic control and citations.

Colorado Lawmakers Weigh Electronic Police Citations

September 29, 2015
Colorado lawmakers studying ways to collect data on racial profiling by law enforcement said Monday they would consider having some agencies issue citations electronically to make it easier to compile information.

Rookie Tennessee Deputy Killed in Single-Car Crash

September 29, 2015
A Madison County, Tenn., deputy was killed in a single-car crash at about 2 a.m. today while she was responding to a call for backup from another officer.

Court Records Show Man Shot in Wheelchair by Delaware Police Had Been Previously Suicidal

September 28, 2015
Court Records show a Wilmington, Del., man who reportedly shot himself and refused commands to drop his weapon before being killed by police while in his wheelchair had previously expressed suicidal thoughts and had a history of being combative with police.

New Jersey Officer Hospitalized After Being Bitten by Woman

September 28, 2015
A 25-year-old Aberdeen Township,N.J., woman bit a police officer and "refused to let go" Saturday night after resisting arrest, police said.
<p>Cpl. Shaun Cobb with the snake he pulled off of a woman&#39;s arm. (Photo: Mount Vernon PD)</p>

Missouri Officer Pulls Constricting Python Off Woman's Arm

September 28, 2015
A Mount Vernon, Mo., police officer is being hailed as a hero for calmly removing a 5-foot python that sank its teeth into a woman’s arm and began to squeeze tightly Friday.

FBI to Collect and Publish More Data on Officer-Involved Shootings

September 28, 2015
Federal authorities plan to collect additional information about shootings involving law enforcement and will begin publishing a report with more details on how police use deadly force, FBI Director James B. Comey said Monday.

Miami Officer's Finger Nearly Bitten Off, Attacker Shot and Killed

September 28, 2015
A Miami-Dade police officer shot and killed a man along an entrance ramp to I-95 during heavy rush hour traffic, after chasing him into shrubbery, deploying a TASER, and almost getting his finger bitten off.

Dallas Chief Fights for Higher Pay for Officers

September 28, 2015
Days after an alleged attempt to oust him, Dallas Police Chief David Brown said he will fight for higher pay for officers and blasted critics who question the department’s statistical crime decline during the last 11 years.
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