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Philly Cop Punches Woman in Puerto Rican Parade

October 1, 2012
Video from Philadelphia's Puerto Rican Day parade over the weekend shows a uniformed cop punching a woman in the face. The blow leaves the woman’s mouth bloody. The officer — identified as Lt. Jonathan Josey — then handcuffs her and another cop leads her away.

Idaho Man Killed by Officers After Shooting Spree

October 1, 2012
An Idaho man suspected of shooting another man in the chest, as well as shooting at several random individuals Saturday was killed by Coeur d'Alene police officers after he opened fire on the officers following an estimated 5-mile car chase.

Ind. Man Accused of Trying to Run Over Officer Captured After High-Speed Chase

October 1, 2012
An Anderson, Ind., man who allegedly tried to run over an Anderson police officer Wednesday night was arrested Friday after leading police on a high-speed chase through five counties.

Border Patrol Agent Fatally Shoots Driver

September 30, 2012
A plainclothes Border Patrol agent clinging to the hood of a moving car shot and killed the woman behind the wheel in Chula Vista Friday afternoon, authorities said.
<p><span>San Diego Chief William Lansdowne speaks at the opening ceremony of IACP 2012. Photo: Paul Clinton</span></p>

IACP 2012: Napolitano, San Diego Chief Welcome Attendees

September 29, 2012
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, one of several speakers to open the 119th IACP conference in San Diego, also announced a new training portal to help law local law enforcement counter violent extremism.

Ariz. Sheriff To Reopen Botched Sex-Crime Cases

September 28, 2012
Maricopa County sheriff's detectives have agreed to further investigate 28 botched sex-crime cases—including one that's a decade old—after the County Attorney's Office said additional work was needed for them to be considered for prosecution.

Minn. Trooper Arrested for DUI at In-Service Training

September 28, 2012
A Minnesota State Patrol trooper was arrested Wednesday morning after he allegedly showed up for in-service training while intoxicated.

N.Y. DA Halts Prosecution of Trespassers

September 28, 2012
The Bronx district attorney's office is no longer prosecuting people who were stopped at public housing projects and arrested for trespassing, a stop-and-frisk tactic widely used by the New York Police Department.

Prosecutors: Colo. Theater Shooter Threatened Professors Before Attack

September 28, 2012
The suspect in Colorado's deadly movie theater attack was barred from university property for threatening a professor, prosecutors said in court documents released Friday, raising more questions about why campus police didn't report his actions to other authorities.

3rd Ex-Fullerton Cop Charged In Beating Death

September 28, 2012
A third Fullerton (Calif.) Police officer now faces felony charges in the beating death of a homeless, mentally ill man at a bus depot last year. An Orange County grand jury indicted Joseph Wolfe, 37, on charges of involuntary manslaughter and excessive use of force.
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