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Two Idaho Deputies Shot by Suspect

October 24, 2012
A sheriff's deputy is in serious condition Wednesday morning after an officer-involved shooting incident. A second officer was treated and released for minor injuries.

Ga. College Eliminates Campus Police Force

October 23, 2012
Life University in Marietta, Ga., plans to eliminate its entire police force in favor of hiring a private security firm to monitor the campus.

Univ. of Michigan Combines Security Forces

October 23, 2012
The University of Michigan (UM) has reorganized its three major security programs into one unit—the Division of Public Safety and Security (DPSS)—after a report released Oct. 19 noted that the departments failed to cooperate effectively.

Video: Vigilante Stops Subway Fight with Samurai Sword

October 23, 2012
A man wielding a full-length samurai sword broke up a fight on a Phoenix light rail train last week, when he drew the weapon and advanced toward the attackers.

Parole Hearing Set for Killers of NYPD Cop

October 23, 2012
The four men convicted of the Feb. 26, 1988 slaying of Officer Edward Byrne will get individual parole hearings the week of Nov. 11.
<p>Photo via Nassau County PD Facebook page.</p>

Hit-and-Run Suspect Kills N.Y. Officer, Carjacking Victim

October 23, 2012
Police arrested the hit-and-run driver who allegedly gunned down a Nassau County (N.Y.) Police officer and motorist shortly after nightfall on Tuesday. The suspect was on parole for attempted murder with a $50,000 reward for his capture.

Video: Md. County Pays $3.6M Settlement In Police Assault Case

October 23, 2012
Prince George's County, Md., has agreed to pay $3.6 million to 10 students who claimed they were assaulted or wrongfully arrested during post-game rioting on the University of Maryland campus in 2010.

Camden To Rely on Unarmed 'Police Aides'

October 23, 2012
The aides—unarmed, uniformed civilians without arrest powers—will be trained to collect evidence at crime scenes, respond to radio calls for nonviolent crimes, and relieve officers so they can complete reports once a scene is safe.
<p>Screenshot: POLICE file</p>

Chicago Police Culture On Trial In Bartender's Beating Case

October 22, 2012
Allegations of a culture in which Chicago police jump to protect fellow officers accused of wrongdoing are at the heart of a federal civil trial beginning Monday that pits the victim of a barroom beating by an off-duty officer against the city.

Video: SD Cop Pulls Woman Away from Fire by Hair

October 22, 2012
The San Diego Police Department launched an internal investigation after one of the agency's officers was captured on video dragging a distraught woman by her hair away from her house as it became engulfed in flames.
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