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Accused Seattle Cop Gets Retraining, No Pay Loss

August 15, 2012
The Seattle Police officer who stepped on the head of a handcuffed man after a fight outside a Ballard nightclub used excessive force, but Chief John Diaz has decided to withhold imposing a 10-day suspension, provided the officer keeps out of trouble.
<p>Photo: Virginia State Police</p>

$50K Reward Offered In Va. Trooper's 1984 Killing

August 15, 2012
Almost three decades after the murder of Virginia Trooper Johnny Bowman, law enforcement authorities offered a $50,000 reward in hopes of solving the cold case.

Teen Explorer Sues Agency, Officer's Widow

August 15, 2012
A teenage girl who was in a sexual relationship with a Santa Maria (Calif.) Police officer has sued the city over alleged negligence in operating a police department youth program.
<p>Photo: POLICE file</p>

Official: Let N.Y.P.D. Sikhs Wear Turbans

August 14, 2012
New York City Comptroller John Liu has urged Mayor Bloomberg to modify the New York Police Department's dress code to permit Sikh officers to wear their religious articles of faith in uniform.

Ga. Deputies Gone After Sex Talk with Inmate

August 14, 2012
One Oconee County (Ga.) Sheriff's jail deputy was fired and another resigned following an internal investigation that the pair had "inappropriate communications" with a female inmate.
<p><span>Anders Behring Breivik.&nbsp;</span>CC_Flickr: <a href=&quot;http://www.flickr.com/photos/70255783@N07/6382533481/&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;>Oslo politidistrikt</a></p>

Panel Faults Police Response To Norway Massacre

August 14, 2012
An independent inquest into the mass killings in Norway last summer by a fanatical anti-Muslim extremist sharply rebuked the country's police and intelligence services Monday, saying they could have averted or at least disrupted his plot to bomb downtown Oslo and shoot unarmed people unimpeded at a summer youth camp.
<p>Brazos County (Texas) Constable Brian Bachmann</p>

Constable Killed In Ambush Near Texas A&M, Suspect Dead

August 13, 2012
A Texas constable and civilan bystander were fatally shot when a gunman opened fire on the officer as he served eviction papers at a residence near the Texas A&M University campus on Monday afternoon.

Off-Duty Cop Shoots, Kills Angry Dad

August 13, 2012
An off-duty Chicago police officer shot and killed a man in west suburban Maywood Saturday after the officer crashed his motorcycle trying to avoid running into the man's daughter.
<p>Photo courtesy of N.Y.P.D.</p>

Times Square Shooting Suspect Threatened Cops In 2008

August 13, 2012
The man who was fatally shot by New York City police officers after he lunged at them with a knife had threatened officers during a similar incident in 2008, Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said Monday during a news conference.
<p>Photo via LAPPL.</p>

'Onion Field' Cop Killer Dies In Prison

August 13, 2012
Gregory Powell, who kidnapped two Los Angeles Police officers and killed one of them, has died at a prison medical facility in Vacaville. Powell, 79, fatally shot Officer Ian Campbell on March 9, 1963 in what became known as the "Onion Field" case.
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