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<p><span>CC_Flickr:&nbsp;</span><a href=&quot;http://www.flickr.com/photos/73449641@N05/7216874956/&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;>Austen Hufford</a></p>

Obama Asks Police To Help Pass Gun Legislation

January 28, 2013
President Obama enlisted selected law enforcement leaders Monday to keep the political pressure on Congress to pass new gun-control legislation as a response to three public shootings.
<p>Screenshot via Ed Morrissey.</p>

Wis. Sheriff: 911 No Longer Best Option

January 28, 2013
Milwaukee County Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr. urged citizens to arm themselves rather than calling 911 and waiting for a police response in a radio ad that has drawn criticism from elected leaders.

Atlanta Cop Struck Suspect with Service Weapon

January 28, 2013
An Atlanta Police officer rushing to the aid of a fellow officer who had been shot in the face said he struck the suspect with his service pistol because he feared for his life.

Video: Conn. Cops Kick Prone Suspect

January 28, 2013
Officers Elson Morales, Joseph Lawlor, and Clive Higgins were placed on administrative status on Jan. 18, the day after Chief Joseph Gaudett Jr. learned about the video.
<p>Photo courtesy of Tennessee Highway Patrol.</p>

Tenn. Trooper Killed When Fire Truck Flips Onto Cruiser

January 25, 2013
Trooper Michael Slagle, 53, lost control of his patrol car on Longmeyer Road in Knox County in eastern Tennessee shortly before 7 a.m. while driving to work.

Tenn. Cop Killer Got 'Rush' from Killing

January 25, 2013
Dexter Cox, who was scheduled to go to trial Monday, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and accepted a 15-year sentence for killing Lt. Ed Vidulich at the officer's home.
<p>Photo courtesy of NYPD.</p>

Trial Opens In Slaying of NYPD Detective

January 25, 2013
The murder trial of two men accused of killing an NYPD detective during a botched robbery began Thursday morning in Brooklyn. Prosecutor Kenneth Taub told a packed courtroom that Lamont Pride intended to kill Officer Peter Figoski to escape capture.

Pregnant Pa. Driver Leads High-Speed Pursuit

January 24, 2013
A pregnant 21-year-old Reading woman was arrested after she led police on a high-speed chase, driving through stop signs, running red lights and nearly crashing into several police cars—all because she had unpaid parking tickets.

Drunk Driver Causes 15 Wrecks In Two Ga. Counties

January 24, 2013
Michael O. Snider was driving a Ford F-250 during the hit-and-run rampage in DeKalb and Gwinnett counties that killed one person and critically injured another.
<p><span>Houston PD SWAT responds to Lone Star College. Photo via @santi_281/Twitter.</span></p>

Second Suspect Charged In Texas College Shooting

January 24, 2013
Authorities have charged a second suspect in the Tuesday shooting of three people at a Houston-area community college. The suspect's name has not been released, because he is not in custody.
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