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Charlotte Officer was Traveling 90-Plus Before Accident, Police Say

October 16, 2009
A police officer was traveling 93 miles per hour before crashing while responding to a call in SouthPark earlier this week, a report just released from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department says.
Elbeco CEO David Lurio (holding the award) was honored by the National Law Enforcement Memorial Fund for his company's work on behalf of the National Law Enforcement Museum.

Elbeco Recognized for Support of the National Law Enforcement Museum

October 16, 2009
Police apparel manufacturer Elbeco Inc. of Reading, Pa., was recognized for its financial support of the National Law Enforcement Museum during a reception held at the recent International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) convention in Denver.

Officer Turnover, Texas City's Growth Challenge New Police Chief

October 15, 2009
When Michael McConnell steps in as the fifth police chief of Horizon City, Texas, in two years, he will inherit a department grappling with an increase in calls for service and a staff saddled with high turnover.

Thieves Switch Envelope of Money, Envelope of Paper Strips

October 15, 2009
Police say they are investigating an unusual robbery in which a woman reportedly snatched a purse from another woman, stole an envelope containing $2,000, and replaced it with an envelope of newspaper strips.

Stumbling Cop Who Shot Suspect Won't Be Charged

October 15, 2009
A San Mateo, Calif., police officer won't be charged for shooting and wounding a suspect in August, partly because his gun went off by accident when he tripped on a curb, authorities said Wednesday.
Executives of the Los Angeles Police Historical Society (LAPHS) were recently honored by the San Diego Police Historical Society for their assistance in establishing the San Diego Police Museum. Shown here left to right are: retired LAPD captain and LAPHS chairman Greg Meyer, former LAPD detective sergeant and best-selling author Joseph Wambaugh who serves on the LAPHS Board of Governors, retired LAPD chief Daryl F. Gates who serves on the LAPHS Board of Governors, retired LAPD commander Keith Bushey who serves on the LAPHS Board of Directors, and retired LAPD detective and LAPHS founder Richard Kalk.

Los Angeles Police Historical Society Honored at Dinner

October 14, 2009
The LAPHS was honored by the SDPHS for its assistance in opening the San Diego Police Museum. The museum at 4710 College Ave. in San Diego opened last December in a renovated branch library building that had been acquire by the San Diego PD.

Charlotte Officer Critically Injured in Patrol Car Accident

October 14, 2009
Officer Joe Willinsky, who has been on the police force for about 13 months and works in the Providence Division, is in critical condition at Carolinas Medical Center, according to Charlotte-Mecklenburg Officer Robert Fey, a spokesman for the department.

Three Heroes of 9/11 Die of Cancer in Five Days

October 13, 2009
A firefighter and two cops who worked at Ground Zero in the days and weeks after Sept. 11 have died of cancer in the past five days, the New York Daily News has learned.
Tags: 9/11, NYPD

LAPD Officer and His Adult Son Charged in Child-Porn Case

October 13, 2009
A veteran Los Angeles Police Department officer has been charged with possessing pornographic images of children.

North Carolina Officer Dies Five Days After Shooting

October 13, 2009
Sgt. Mickey Hutchens, the Winston-Salem, N.C., police officer who was shot last Wednesday answering a call about a domestic disturbance at a fast-food restaurant, died last night at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center.
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