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Video: NYPD Sued Over Empire State Building Shooting

January 22, 2013
A North Carolina doctoral student wounded in the Empire State Building shooting sued the NYPD, arguing that officers need better training to deal with such confrontations in the future.

Fla. Mom Pays for Deputy at Child's School

January 22, 2013
Laura Lauria has paid the Flagler County School District upfront for the cost of a deputy to staff Old Kings Elementary for about two months starting Jan. 14. The mother made a "verbal commitment" to pay for the deputy for the rest of the year after that, Superintendent Janet Valentine told the news outlet.

S.C. SRO Saves Student After Asthma Attack

January 21, 2013
Richland County (S.C.) Sheriff Leon Lott recognized Dent Middle School Resource Officer (SRO) Donna Tucker on Wednesday for her quick actions that helped save a student's life.
<p>Photo via Corrollton PD/Facebook.</p>

Texas Cops Arresting DWI Suspect Struck by Intoxicated Driver

January 21, 2013
Two Carrolton (Texas) Police officers were injured when a drunk-driving suspect struck their patrol vehicle during an arrest of a suspected drunk driver early Sunday.

Off-Duty Cop Shoots Ore. Deputy

January 21, 2013
A 13-year veteran of the Hillsboro (Ore.) Police Department is accused of attempted aggravated murder after an incident at his Forest Grove residence that left a Washington County Sheriff's deputy injured late Sunday.

Five Off-Duty Pittsburgh Cops Fired at Car

January 20, 2013
Allegheny County District Attorney Stephen A. Zappala Jr. said Friday that it's "way too early" to judge if Pittsburgh Police were justified when they opened fire on a crowded South Side street at the end of a car chase.
<p>Photo: Mark W. Clark</p>

SHOT Show 2013: XGO's FR Mesh Base Layers

January 18, 2013
The FR Mesh line includes a men's long sleeve crew (Model 1FM11A), men's T-shirt (Model 1FM16M), and men's boxer brief (Model 1FM13X). The base layer garments are lightweight and offer moisture-wicking properties in addition to fire retardant protection.
<p>Photo: Mark W. Clark</p>

SHOT Show 2013: Magnum's Mach 2 Speed Duty Boot

January 18, 2013
The athletic boot is constructed primarily of Clarino microfiber, which is lighter than traditional nylon and offers breathability with better durability than leather. Each boot weighs an average of 14.2 ounces.
<p>Photo: Mark W. Clark</p>

SHOT Show 2013: Ridge's Ultimate Duty Boot

January 18, 2013
The Ridge Ultimate and Utlimate Mid offer eight- and six-inch heights respectively. The outsole on both models uses a combination of air and gel pockets to provide greater comfort. The interior uses Poron foam to absorb shock and make the boot feel more like a tennis show when worn.

Obama Proposes $150M for SROs in Schools

January 17, 2013
President Barack Obama unveiled his plan to reduce gun violence on Wednesday. Although much of it focused on closing background check loopholes and banning "military-style assault weapons" and high-capacity magazines, there were several points specific to school security.
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