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Montana Officer Needed Hebrew Interpreter For K-9 Partner

December 9, 2009
Miky was trained by the Israeli Defense Forces to sniff out explosives. When he arrived at the Helena Police Department, there was a problem. Miky had been trained entirely in Hebrew.
Officers and family members escort the caskets of the four slain Lakewood police officers at Tuesday's memorial at the Tacoma Dome. Pool photo via Associated Press.

Lakewood Memorial Honors Fallen Heroes

December 8, 2009
Nearly 20,000 members of law enforcement gathered at the Tacoma Dome on Tuesday to honor their fallen brothers and sister during a memorial ceremony that reinforced the dangers of patrol duty.

Penn Hills Officer Killed As He Waited For Backup

December 7, 2009
Penn Hills police officer Michael Crawshaw was shot and killed as he waited in his patrol car for backup units to arrive, after responding to a crime scene, WTAE TV reports.

20,000 Officers Expected at Lakewood Memorial Service

December 7, 2009
"It takes a lot of practice to learn how to fold the flags so they don't bleed," said Frank Kampsen, 63, a retired Seattle police detective who in the past four decades has attended some 50 memorial services for officers.

Texas Convict Who Faked Paralysis Escapes On Foot

December 7, 2009
A wheelchair-bound Texas prisoner pretending to suffer from paralysis is being sought, after he took two correctional officers hostage at gunpoint and escaped, the U.S. Marshals Service announced.

Extreme Home Makeover Episode Features Family of Fallen Officer

December 4, 2009
On October 17, 2009, ABC's popular television series, Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, travelled to Woodlawn, Tenn., to give widow Trina Scott and her three daughters the good news that their trouble-ridden home would be rebuilt, according to Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.).

Search Broadens For Fla. Thanksgiving Day Shooter

December 3, 2009
A national manhunt is now underway for Paul Merhige, a Thanksgiving Day dinner guest who allegedly killed four relatives with a handgun.

Clemmons' Aunt Chose to "Do the Right Thing"

December 3, 2009
Chrisceda Clemmons couldn't do that. She had to think of her family. And she knew her nephew was not well. There was the time last May at his house in Tacoma when "he got angry at something" and started throwing rocks at his neighbors' houses and cars. One hit an elderly man. Later Clemmons assaulted two sheriff's deputies.

Clemmons Planned to Kill Schoolchildren as Well as Cops

December 3, 2009
A witness told Pierce County sheriff’s detectives that Maurice Clemmons told friends and family gathered for Thanksgiving dinner at his aunt’s home in Pacific that he planned to kill “cops, children at a school” and “as many people as he could in an intersection,” according to an affidavit filed by prosecutors.

Justice Department Researcher Who Developed Kevlar Vest Dies

December 2, 2009
Lester Shubin, who is credited with developing the first body armor for law officers, has died at age 84.
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