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Video: Foiled Belgian Terror Plot Targeted Police

January 16, 2015
A suspected jihadist group targeted in a major anti-terror raid on Thursday had been planning to kill policemen in the street and at police stations, Belgian prosecutors say.

Video: Handcuffed Pennsylvania Woman Drives Off in Patrol Car, Leads Police on High Speed Pursuit

January 16, 2015
Center Township Police Chief Barry Kramer today offered a theory of how Roxanne Rimer allegedly stole a police cruiser while her hands were cuffed behind her back.
<p>Correctional Officer 5 Christopher Davis, 53, died in the crash. He had 205 months of service with the agency.</p>

Investigators Search for Cause of Deadly Texas Prison Bus Crash

January 15, 2015
Eight prisoners and two long-time veteran prison department officers, including the driver, were killed, the agency said in a statement. Another corrections officer and four other inmates were hospitalized.
<p>John Edward Okeefe (Photo: MDC)</p>

Man Killed by Albuquerque Police Tuesday Had Stolen Guns, Armor

January 15, 2015
The gun Okeefe had was a Ruger Vaquero .45 Long Colt – a modern revolver with an Old West look. Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Sgt. Aaron Williamson said someone broke into a deputy’s home on Monday morning and stole the vest and three firearms, which were personal weapons the deputy doesn’t use on duty.
<p>Assistant Chief Carl Bordelon (Photo: Ball PD)</p>

Louisiana Assistant Chief Dies of Heart Attack on Duty

January 15, 2015
The body of Bordelon, 51, who rose from patrolman to assistant police chief in 20 years with the department was discovered inside Town Hall on Saturday morning. An autopsy is scheduled for Monday, officials said.

Video: Arizona Activist Who Failed Force-on-Force Scenario Demands Firing of Campus Officer

January 15, 2015
A Phoenix-area civil-rights activist, who last week participated in force-on-force training with the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office, has thrown his support behind Arizona State University for moving to fire the campus police officer accused by a university professor of wrongful arrest and excessive force last summer.
<p>Photo: Team Wendy</p>

Team Wendy Debuts Search and Rescue Helmets

January 15, 2015
Team Wendy is launching two Exfil helmet models for search and rescue personnel and outdoor adventurers—the Exfil SAR Tactical and Exfil SAR Backcountry. These search-and-rescue helmets are built to offer tactical accessory mounting capabilities while providing protection that meets key industrial and mountaineering requirements.

Video: Seattle Officer Suspended for Calling Suspect "Boy" During Pursuit

January 15, 2015
In-car video obtained by KIRO Radio shows a female officer pursuing a black male near Fourth Avenue and Union Street on October 7, 2013. The suspect, 32-year-old Kimo M. Warren, was being sought for a domestic violence incident.
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Holder Calls for Federal Database of Officer-Involved Shootings and Duty Deaths

January 15, 2015
Holder said Thursday that improving the way this information is collected would simultaneously address concerns people have regarding police officer safety and civil liberties.
<p>Mayor Bill de Blasio at a recent NYPD graduation ceremony. (Photo: YouTube screen grab)</p>

De Blasio: No Apology, but Police Have "Valid Issues"

January 15, 2015
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Wednesday he won't apologize for past remarks that antagonized some police officers, but he pledged to address "valid issues" raised by cops and he harshly criticized the rhetoric of the most extreme anti-NYPD protesters as "sick."
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