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Los Angeles Police Commission Votes to Scrutinize Some Officers' Finances

December 20, 2007
The civilian Los Angeles Police Commission voted unanimously today to require gang and narcotics officers to disclose personal financial information.

Former Congresswoman Who Struck Cop Running for President

December 20, 2007
Former Georgia Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney, who in March 2006 struck a Capitol Police officer, is running for president.

Port of Corpus Christi Officer Killed at Firing Range

December 20, 2007
A Port of Corpus Christi police officer died from a gunshot wound earlier this week while he and another officer were zeroing in a rifle on the agency's range.

Spillman Announces Mobile 4.3 for Windows Vista

December 18, 2007
Spillman Technologies, a leading provider of public safety software nationwide, has announced that its new Mobile 4.3 solution is “Certified for” Windows Vista.

Georgia Officer Stabbed Working Security in Grocery Store

December 13, 2007
An Athens-Clarke County, Ga., police officer was attacked and stabbed Tuesday night while working security in a grocery store.

Bronx Man Charged with Mugging Elderly Women

December 13, 2007
New York City police have charged a man with violently robbing four elderly women in the Bronx. One of the women reportedly tried to defend herself by holding up an image of Jesus Christ.

Arizona Police Chase Ends with Deadly Crash on Live TV

December 6, 2007
Two people, including the suspect, were killed when a police pursuit ended in a head-on crash near Phoenix on Wednesday afternoon. The chase and the fatal crash were shown live on local TV.

South Carolina Officer Resuscitates Premature Baby

December 6, 2007
A young woman had just called 911 dispatch and informed them that she was in labor and alone. She was only six months pregnant.

Miami-Dade Officer Shoots It Out with Drugstore Robbers

December 6, 2007
The Miami-Dade area has been plagued by a series of drugstore robberies targeting all-night stores such as Walgreens and CVS.

Lawyer Who Built Career on Suing Cops Gets 3 Years for Tax Evasion, Fraud

November 29, 2007
Law enforcement officers across Southern California probably spent much of Tuesday smiling from ear to ear, as Los Angeles attorney Stephen G. Yagman was sentenced to three years in the federal pen.
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