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<p>Dorner wearing his LAPD uniform. Photo via Facebook.</p>

Rampaging Ex-LAPD Cop Shoots 3 Cops, Kills 1

February 7, 2013
SWAT teams searched near a rugged San Bernardino ski resort late Thursday for a fired LAPD officer who shot three officers, including one fatally, in a rampage across Southern California.

Steelers QB Gives K-9 Grants To Pittsburgh-Area Agencies

February 6, 2013
Pittsburgh Steelers' quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has provided eight K-9 training grants totaling more than $66,000 to law enforcement agencies in the Pittsburgh area on behalf of the Ben Roethlisberger Foundation at the Giving Back Fund.
<p>Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine. Photo courtesy of Ohio AG.</p>

Ohio AG: 'Systemic Failure' Caused Cleveland Pursuit OIS

February 6, 2013
Attorney General Mike DeWine said Tuesday that a November police chase that ended with the fatal shooting of two suspects revealed a "systemic failure" of the Cleveland police department.
<p>Photo: Paul Clinton</p>

NYPD Releases Stop-and-Frisk Report

February 5, 2013
The report, the first official release of data from the NYPD's stop-and-frisk program, lists stops by precinct. The tactic was used most in Brooklyn and Queens, where nearly all suspects who were stopped were black or Latino.

Serpico Joins NYPD Whistleblower's Legal Team

February 5, 2013
Frank Serpico has joined the legal team of Officer Adrian Schoolcraft, a cop suing the NYPD for $50 million after police allegedly dragged him off to a mental hospital after he accused them of fudging crime stats.

Calif. Man Entered Bar with Knife In Upper Body

February 5, 2013
A man who was fatally stabbed at a North Hollywood bar late Sunday reentered the tavern with the knife protruding from his upper body.
<p><span>Screenshot via WSFA.</span></p>

FBI Raid Frees Child from Ala. Abductor

February 4, 2013
The hostage situation ended sometime on Monday. Sources at the scene confirm that Ethan is safe and the hostage-taker, 65-year-old Jimmy Lee Dykes, is dead.
<p>Photo: Paul Clinton</p>

Chicago Police No Longer Respond To Lesser Crimes

February 4, 2013
To free up additional patrol officers, Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy has instructed officers not to respond to lesser crimes such as vehicle theft, garage burglary, or crime where the offender is no longer at the scene.
<p>Photo courtesy of NYPD.</p>

NYPD Sgt. Suffers Heart Attack During Drug Bust

February 4, 2013
A New York City police sergeant collapsed during a narcotics operation Friday morning and could not be revived by medical personnel, the agency announced.
<p>Photo courtesy of Conway PD.</p>

Ark. Cop Fatally Struck by Drugged Driver

February 4, 2013
A Conway (Ark.) Police officer succumbed to injuries he sustained when an intoxicated driver struck him at an accident scene, according to the agency. Officer William McGary, 26, died Friday afternoon after receiving treatment at Baptist Hospital in Little Rock.
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