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N.H. Officer Honored for Rescuing Wounded Colleagues

August 22, 2012
Stratham (N.H.) Police Officer Charles Law was awarded the Medal of Valor Monday for saving two officers wounded in a hail of gunfire in Greenland in April.
<p>Photo courtesy of P.G.P.D.</p>

Md. Cop Killed In Crash Wasn't Wearing Seat Belt

August 22, 2012
Investigators believe a Maryland police officer who was killed when his cruiser crashed during a pursuit wasn't wearing his seat belt at the time of the crash.
<p>Photo via Facebook.</p>

Texas Woman Found Dead Two Days After 911 Call

August 22, 2012
The Dallas Police Department is investigating its response to a woman who was found dead two days after calling 911 to report she was being attacked.
<p>Screenshot via 10Connects.com</p>

Tampa Police Seize 'Suspicious' Items Ahead of RNC

August 22, 2012
The bricks, pipes and anarchist-style graffiti found days before the Republican National Convention on a downtown rooftop were a concern but not alarming to Police Chief Jane Castor.
<p>Screenshot via KTLA.</p>

Skateboarder Claims Excessive Force By LAPD

August 21, 2012
A 20-year-old Venice skateboarder and his family are accusing Los Angeles police of using unnecessary force after a video shows him pinned to the ground and an officer punching him in the face.

NYPD: Muslim Spying Generated No Leads

August 21, 2012
In more than six years of spying on Muslim neighborhoods, eavesdropping on conversations and cataloguing mosques, the New York Police Department's secret Demographics Unit never generated a lead or triggered a terrorism investigation, the department acknowledged in court testimony unsealed late Monday.
<p>Screenshot via Philadelphia P.D.</p>

Philly Cop Killers Seen In Second Video

August 21, 2012
The Philadelphia Police Department released a second more-detailed video Tuesday giving a closer look at the two suspects police believe killed Officer Moses Walker Jr. during a Saturday robbery.

Video: Fla. Cop Fired Over Traffic Stop

August 21, 2012
A Pensacola (Fla.) Police officer has been fired for allegedly using excessive force on a hit-and-run suspect at a traffic stop earlier this month.

Video: NYPD Cop To Sue Ferrari Driver Over Crushed Foot

August 21, 2012
A New York City police officer plans to sue a reality TV star's boyfriend who drove his Ferrari over the officer's foot while he was issuing a citation to the man.
<p>Prince George&#39;s County (Md.) Police Officer Adrian Morris. Photo: PGPD</p>

Suspect Arrested In Fatal Crash of Md. Officer

August 21, 2012
Investigators located the silver Acura involved in the fatal crash of a Maryland police officer and arrested an occupant of the car early Tuesday, authorities said.
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