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R.I. Legislator Wants to Arm Campus Police

April 10, 2013
Rhode Island State Rep. Joe Almeida has introduced a bill that would require all campus police officers at state colleges and universities to carry firearms.

Video: Victim's Family Fights with Cops at Crime Scene

April 9, 2013
A homicide victim's two brothers who scuffled with Miami Police detectives at a crime scene have been charged in the incident. The incident began Monday in Overtown following the fatal shooting of Brandon Walker.
<p>The Camden County PD&#39;s Metro Division swore in the first group of officers. Photo courtesy of Camden County.</p>

Camden County Officers Begin Patrolling City

April 9, 2013
The first wave of officers from the newly constituted Camden County Police Department's Metro Division hit the streets Monday to curb violent crime, rampant drug dealing, and prostitution in one of the country's most dangerous jurisdictions.

15 People Stabbed at Houston-Area Campus

April 9, 2013
A community college student stabbed 15 people Tuesday morning at a Houston-area vocational school before Harris County Sheriff's deputies took him into custody.
<p><span>Photo via&nbsp;</span><a href=&quot;http://www.flickr.com/photos/47355168@N05/6267203769/&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;>TFHall313</a><span>/Flickr.</span></p>

Detroit District Rents Officers

April 9, 2013
A Detroit business association has begun hiring off-duty police officers as a private police force to deal with quality-of-life issues that rarely get the attention of an agency swamped in murder cases.

Man Gets 25 Years for Shooting N.Y. Cop

April 9, 2013
A Long Island man was sentenced to 25 years in prison for shooting a Hempstead village police officer during a foot pursuit.
<p>Photo via Eugene Crum/Facebook.</p>

W.Va. Sheriff Laid To Rest

April 8, 2013
Mingo County (W.Va.) Sheriff Eugene Crum was remembered in a Sunday memorial service as a tireless drug fighter whose loss has left a community devastated.

Video: Off-Duty Cop Stops Hawaiian Airport Attack

April 5, 2013
An off-duty Pinole (Calif.) Police officer came to the aid of a TSA officer at the Honolulu airport, after a homeless woman with a history of mental illness began assaulting the woman.
<p>Photo via&nbsp;<a href=&quot;http://www.flickr.com/photos/35387910@N04/4947751480/&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;>eggrole</a>/Flickr.</p>

Survey: Majority of Americans Support Marijuana Legalization

April 5, 2013
A majority of Americans support making marijuana legal, according to a survey by the Pew Research Center. For the first time in its 40 years of polling, a majority of respondents (52%) said they would support legalizing marijuana.
<p>Photo courtesy of Jackson PD.</p>

Miss. Detective Remembered As Devoted Dad

April 5, 2013
Jackson (Miss.) Police Detective Eric Smith loved his two sons and displayed a memorabilia shrine to his favorite NFL football team in his home, friends of the slain officer told the Jackson Clarion-Ledger.
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