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Notre Dame QB Kneed Officer In Stomach

May 17, 2012
Two members of the Notre Dame football team are facing charges after one kneed an officer and a second threatened an officer at a party.

Conn. Cop Critically Injured In Chase

May 17, 2012
A Stamford (Conn.) Police officer was critically injured after falling 20 feet from a bridge abutment while chasing a robbery suspect in Norwalk early Thursday morning, police said.

Fla. Department Scritinized in Trayvon Martin Case

May 17, 2012
During the investigation, officers took only one photo of Zimmerman's injuries, didn't secure Zimmerman's vehicle, and may not have done enough canvassing of the neighborhoods.
<p>L.A. County Sheriff&#39;s Deputy Jasjit Singh successfully lobbied the Metropolitan (D.C.) Police Department to amend its uniform policy for Sikh officers. Photo: Jasjit Singh</p>

Metro D.C. PD Amends Uniform Policy for Sikh Officers

May 16, 2012
The Metropolitan (D.C.) Police Department became the first major law enforcement agency in the country to allow Sikh Americans to maintain their articles of faith while serving as full-time officers.
<p>Photo:&nbsp;<a href=&quot;http://www.flickr.com/photos/dimo/&quot;>zeraien</a></p>

Seattle Police Call DOJ Reform 'Wildly Unrealistic'

May 16, 2012
The Seattle Police Department is objecting to reforms proposed by the U.S. Department of Justice as wildly unrealistic and expensive, according to documents reviewed by the Associated Press.

Ex-Houston Cop Not Guilty of Beating Teen

May 16, 2012
A former Houston police officer was found not guilty Wednesday of official oppression in the videotaped beating of a 15-year-old burglary suspect, prompting an outraged response from black community leaders.

Retired CHP Officer Claims Cover-Up In Zodiac Killer Case

May 16, 2012
In "The Zodiac Killer Cover Up," former California Highway Patrol Officer Lyndon Lafferty claims there was a massive law enforcement coverup that prevented the killer from being caught.

Homeless Man's Mother Settles With Calif. Agency

May 16, 2012
The mother of a mentally ill homeless man who died after he was beaten by Fullerton police has reached a settlement with the city that will pay her $1 million.
<p>An ATF historian has identified William H. Foote as the first African-American federal officer killed on duty.</p>

First Black Federal Officer Killed In 1883 Honored

May 15, 2012
William Henderson Foote's name had been forgotten until this week, when the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) honored him as the first black federal officer killed in the line of duty.

Fake Officer May Be Behind Miss. Road Deaths

May 15, 2012
State investigators warning motorists to dial 911 if they believe they're being pulled over by a police imposter. Two roadway homicides may be connected because both vehicles were found pulled over along state highways, according to authorities.
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