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San Francisco Officers Face Termination Over Racist and Homophobic Texts

April 3, 2015
San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr was contrite Thursday about the racist text messages sent by officers during remarks to the Board of Supervisors’ public safety committee and said “there will be more than a few officers” referred for termination.
<p>Authorities say a man killed his ex-wife with a chainsaw in this house then turned the tool on himself. (Photo: Screen Shot from CBS Philly)</p>

Pennsylvania Man Killed Wife, Self with Chainsaw

April 2, 2015
Authorities say one of the people found dead in a Lower Moreland Township, Pa., home on Tuesday after suffering wounds from a chainsaw was slain; the other committed suicide.
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New Strong Leather Catalog Available, Featuring Trifold RFID Shielding Wallet

April 2, 2015
Strong Leather Company's latest catalog of handcrafted badge cases, wallets, gear bags, and holsters is now available online. Included in the new catalog is Strong Leather's trifold wallet in its line of RFID Shielding products.

Fatal December Shooting of Unarmed Man by Phoenix Officer Ruled Justified

April 2, 2015
Maricopa County, Ariz., Attorney Bill Montgomery said Wednesday there will be no criminal charges against a Phoenix police officer who fatally shot unarmed suspect Rumain Brisbon in December.
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Tennessee Woman Faces Charges of Assaulting Officer with Vehicle at Middle School

April 2, 2015
A Nashville woman was arrested Thursday after a Metro police officer was hit by an SUV while assisting West End Middle School with student drop-off traffic.

Video: Gunman Shot Dead After Killing Woman in Front of California Officer

April 2, 2015
A Southern California woman in fear for her life was shot to death in front of a police officer, who fired back, killing the shooter, authorities said Wednesday.

Video: Tennessee Officer Rams Wrong-Way Vehicle to Protect Motorists

April 2, 2015
On March 26, Officer Cliff Thompson made a split-second decision to crash his patrol car into a vehicle driven by Sandra Sharpe, 59, of Nashville, who was traveling south in a northbound lane on I-65 near Moores Lane, according to a Brentwood Police Department news release.
<p>Kenya&#39;s Garissa University was scene of a horrific terror attack. (Photo: Screen Shot from Fox News)</p>

At Least 147 Killed in Terror Attack on Kenyan Campus, Hundreds Missing

April 2, 2015
A security operation is over and 147 people have been killed in an attack Thursday by Al Qaeda-linked terror group Al-Shabaab on a Kenyan college, officials said.

DHS Announces Grant Guidance for 2015 Preparedness Grants

April 2, 2015
Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson has announced the release of Fiscal Year (FY) 2015 Notices of Funding Opportunity for nine DHS preparedness grant programs totaling more than $1.6 billion.
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Cleveland PD Consent Decree Monitor Sought

March 31, 2015
The U.S. Justice Department and city of Cleveland have taken the first steps toward finding an independent monitor to ensure that the city complies with the terms of an anticipated consent decree addressing the use of excessive force by Cleveland police.
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