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Muslim Woman Receives Other Offers After Quitting Ohio Police Academy Over Hijab Policy

May 7, 2015
If the Columbus (Ohio) Police Division doesn't change its policy banning head scarves for female Muslim officers, Ismahan Isse might have a couple of options outside Ohio.

FLEOA Issues Cease and Desist Order to TSA for Policy That Places Federal Air Marshals' Lives at Risk

May 7, 2015
Today, FLEOA announced that it has issued a Cease and Desist order to the TSA for persistent actions betraying Federal Air Marshals' identities, placing their lives unnecessarily at risk.

L.A. Police Union Responds to Beck's Comments on Officer-Involved Shooting

May 7, 2015
In response to LAPD Chief Charlie Beck's statement regarding the officer-involved shooting in Venice Beach late last night, the president of the Los Angeles Police Protective League released the following statement.
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Pennsylvania Detective Dies of Apparent 'Cardiac Event' While Serving Warrants

May 7, 2015
Det. Paul J. Koropal was participating in the execution of federal search warrants at 11 locations in Fayette County at the time of the medical emergency.

Video: Fugitive Apprehended After 56 Years on the Run

May 7, 2015
An Ohio man was arrested in Melbourne, Fla., 56 years after he escaped from custody. Frank Harold Freshwaters' long run to freedom ended Monday afternoon with a knock at the door.

Texas Gunman Planned To Join ISIS, Messaged Recruiter On Social Media

May 7, 2015
One of the gunmen who targeted a Muhammed cartoon contest in Texas planned to join the Islamic State and purportedly messaged a recruiter in the weeks prior to the attack.

Medal of Valor Nomination Period Opens in May

May 7, 2015
The nomination period for the 2014-2015 Public Safety Officer Medal of Valor opens May 29, 2015. This medal is the highest national award for valor by a public safety officer.
<p>Boston Det. John J. Mulligan was shot and killed in 1993.</p>

Convicted Cop Killer Gets New Trial in Boston Detective's Death

May 7, 2015
A Suffolk Superior Court judge has delivered a stinging rebuke to the leaders of Boston's law enforcement community who oversaw the 1993 murder investigation of Detective John J. Mulligan, ruling the investigation was tainted by corrupt detectives and marred by prosecutorial failures.
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LAPD Chief Concerned About Fatal Shooting of Unarmed Homeless Man

May 6, 2015
Los Angeles police Chief Charlie Beck said Wednesday he was "very concerned" by an officer's fatal shooting of an unarmed homeless man in Venice Beach, Calif., saying he had not yet seen any evidence that would justify the shooting.

Angel Armor Video Pays Tribute to Law Enforcement Officers

May 6, 2015
In honor of National Police Week and with respect to law enforcement officers who have given of themselves and who have given their lives, Angel Armor has created a video titled "Enough."
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