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Alabama Deputy Returns to Work, After Internal Probe Clears Him In Shooting

April 20, 2010
A Madison County (Ala.) Sheriff's deputy returns to work today, after an internal investigation cleared him in a deadly force incident a week ago, when a suspected meth cooker attempted to grab the deputy's gun.
Overview of Murrah building after bombing in 1995. Image via Wikimedia.

Ex-Oklahoma Trooper Reflects on McVeigh Arrest

April 19, 2010
Fifteen years after the bombing of the Murrah federal building by American militia sympathizers, Charlie Hanger recounts pulling over the yellow Mercury with a missing license plate.

Man Bites K-9 Officer at LAX

April 19, 2010
Prosecutors filed felony battery charges against a transient who bit an airport police officer at Los Angeles International Airport on Sunday.

Trial Begins in NYPD Officer-Bicyclist Case

April 18, 2010
Opening statements are scheduled for Monday in a trial involving a former NYPD officer who was captured on cell-phone video knocking a cyclist to the ground during the Critical Mass protest event.

Chicago's Top Cop On the Hot Seat?

April 18, 2010
Chicago police Superintendent Jody Weis is facing an uncertain summer as recent crime spikes and questions about his leadership have cost him the support of many rank-and-file officers.

Cop In Roethlisberger Case Resigns

April 16, 2010
The Georgia police officer who took the initial report from the woman who accused Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger of sexual assault has resigned.

Chief Gates Speaks About His Legacy In 2009 Interview

April 16, 2010
Former LAPD Chief Daryl Gates talks about the Rodney King incident, the consent decree, police-chief politics, his decision to eliminate hats, and his comment about the carotid restraint during a May 2009 interview with Los Angeles Times columnist Patt Morrison.
LAPD Chief Daryl Gates. Photo courtesy of the Los Angeles Police Historical Society.

LAPD Chief and SWAT Pioneer Daryl Gates Dies

April 16, 2010
Former LAPD Chief Daryl Gates, who organized the first police SWAT unit and led the department during the Rodney King incident and riots that followed, has died at the age of 83.

D.C. Metro Chief Apologizes For 'Large Lips' Memo

April 16, 2010
D.C. Metro's acting police chief, Jeri Lee, issued a written apology to his officers for a training memo that sparked critiques of racial profiling.

Texas Deputy Forms Caucasian Law Enforcement Association

April 15, 2010
Harris County Sheriff's deputy Daniel McCool's new law enforcement association—the Caucasian Law Enforcement Association—is stirring some controversy.
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