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<p>New York&#39;s Gov. Andrew Cuomo announces legislation that would limit lower-level pot arrests. Photo: Gov. Cuomo</p>

Plan Would Limit NYPD Pot Arrests

June 4, 2012
New York's Gov. Andrew Cuomo will ask the legislature to decriminalize the possession of small amounts of marijuana to reduce the number of "stop and frisk" encounters between officers and subjects, he announced today.

Seattle Cafe Customer Hurled Bar Stool at Killer

June 4, 2012
Lawrence Adams is being praised by Seattle Police for disrupting Cafe Racer shooter Ian Stawicki, which saved several lives. After Stawicki opened fire in Cafe Racer, Adams threw a bar stool at Stawicki, which distracted him enough to allow several other customers to escape the cafe.

NYPD Officers Rescue Women from River, Rooftop

June 4, 2012
Officers plunged into the Hudson River Saturday to retrieve one woman and pulled another to safety from the edge of a high-rise roof where she was perched with a knife in a day of dramatic rescues for the New York Police Department.

Video: Philly Cop Attacked With Own Baton

May 31, 2012
A Philadelphia police officer who recently graduated from the academy fought off a robbery suspect who attacked him with his own baton, forcing the officer to shoot the man.
<p>Photo: BarteeForSheriff.com</p>

S.C. Sheriff Candidate Charged with Planning Kidnapping of Judge

May 31, 2012
The race for sheriff in Oconee County took a bizarre turn Wednesday with the arrest of Republican candidate James Bartee for trying to hire someone to kidnap a retired S.C. circuit judge. Bartee is one of four candidates competing June 12 to be the Republican nominee in November for Oconee County sheriff.
<p>Photo: Brite-Strike</p>

Brite-Strike Introduces Duty Light Camera

May 30, 2012
The Duty Light Camera is a compact rechargeable duty light with a built-in video recorder that provides the ideal light and video resolution needed to capture an engagement while providing light on the subject, according to the company.

Calif. Deputies Shoot, Kill Pitchfork-Wielding Man

May 30, 2012
A Sacramento County (Calif.) Sheriff's deputy shot and killed a man who charged a fellow officer with a pitchfork and ignored commands to stop.

ATF, Oakland Police Arrest 60, Seize 92 Guns

May 30, 2012
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) and Oakland Police Department arrested 60 suspects and seized 92 weapons, culminating a four-month investigation.
<p>Screenshot: Miami Herald</p>

New Video Shows More of Cannibal Attack

May 30, 2012
For almost 18 grisly minutes, Eugene savaged his victim, punching him and stripping the man's pants before gnawing off the homeless man's face — all as cars and cyclists rolled by on the busy causeway on a sunny Saturday afternoon.
<p>Englewood PD&#39;s Officer Jeremy Bitner. Photo: EPD</p>

Colo. Officer Struck, Killed by Drunk Driver

May 29, 2012
Englewood (Colo.) Police Officer Jeremy Bitner has succumbed to injuries suffered when he was struck by a drunk driver during a traffic stop. Officer Bitner passed away Tuesday, a day after he and a motorist were struck by a vehicle.
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