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Ex-Cop Pleads Guilty for Breast-Baring Bet

January 25, 2012
A former Central Michigan University campus police officer pleaded guilty to felony misconduct for making a bet with two female students to bare their breasts.
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State of the Union: Obama Announces New Enforcement Units

January 25, 2012
President Barack Obama announced the creation of law enforcement units to combat mortgage fraud and unfair trade practices in his State of the Union speech. He also said he wants "new lightweight vests for cops and soldiers that can stop any bullet."

LAPD Sergeant Joins City Council As Fourth Officer

January 25, 2012
Sgt. Joe Buscaino becomes the fourth active, retired or part-time LAPD officer on the 15-member council. He joins former Chief Bernard Parks, former motorcycle officer Dennis Zine, and reserve officer Mitchell Englander.

Atlanta Cop Struck, Killed While Assisting Another Officer

January 25, 2012
An Atlanta Police officer was struck and killed by an alleged drunk driver just north of downtown late Tuesday night.
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N.D. Sheriff Named Sheriff of the Year for 2012

January 25, 2012
The National Sheriffs' Association (NSA) has named Cass County (N.D.) Sheriff Paul D. Laney as the recipient of the 2012 Ferris E. Lucas Award for sheriff of the year.

Video: Cops Shoot, Kill Man with Metal Bar at Carl's Jr.

January 24, 2012
A man attempting to break into a Carl's Jr. restaruant was fatally shot by a Monterey Park (Calif.) Police officer after swinging a metal bar at the officer in a clip that has gone viral.

'Shake-and-Bake' Meth Fills Hospitals with Burn Patients

January 24, 2012
A crude new method of making methamphetamine poses a risk even to Americans who never get anywhere near the drug: It is filling hospitals with thousands of uninsured burn patients requiring millions of dollars in advanced treatment.

Tenn. Cop Fired for Smoking In Precinct

January 24, 2012
A veteran Newbern (Tenn.) Police officer was terminated last week for allegedly smoking repeatedly inside the precinct despite warnings.

SCOTUS: Officers Justified In Entering Teen's Home

January 24, 2012
Burbank (Calif.) Police officers investigating a rumor that a truant teenager was planning to "shoot up" Bellarmine-Jefferson High School five years ago were justified in invading the student's home without a warrant because of concerns that violence was imminent, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday.

Ga. Man Shot, Killed After Ramming Patrol Cars

January 24, 2012
A burglary and car-theft suspect was shot and killed by Gwinnett County (Ga.) Police when he rammed his stolen pickup truck into several police cars as officers scrambled to avoid being hit.
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