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Video: Gunman Shoots SC Officer 4 Times, Gets 35 Years

August 11, 2017
Shot four times and believing he was mortally wounded Smith told the dispatcher, "Tell my family that I love them." Fortunately, he survived the shooting.

Video: PA Deputy Burned by Molotov Cocktail, Suspect Facing Attempted Murder Charges

August 10, 2017
Fellow officers threw Maraini to the ground and rolled him to put out the flames. He was rushed to Crozer Chester Medical Center where he was treated for second and third degree burns.
<p>Photo: Conroe Police Department/Facebook</p>

TX Chief Asked to Leave Doctor's Office for Carrying Handgun

August 10, 2017
The chief of the Conroe (TX) Police Department was asked to leave the Texas Ear Nose and Throat Specialists office Tuesday afternoon because he was carrying his firearm.

OK Sheriff's Office Hires Former Tulsa Officer Betty Shelby

August 10, 2017
The Rogers County (OK) Sheriff's Office has hired the former Tulsa police officer acquitted in the deadly shooting of Terence Crutcher.

Citizens Review Board Split on Fatal NC Police Shooting, Recommends Policy Changes

August 10, 2017
The board split 4-4 on whether Chief Putney was wrong to conclude that Officer Brentley Vinson followed all department policies and procedures in last year’s shooting of Keith Lamont Scott.
<p>Photo: Maine State Police</p>

ME Trooper Visits Murder Victim’s Children He Helped Rescue

August 10, 2017
A Maine State Police trooper was reunited for the first time in six years with four children he stood guard over while police searched for their mother’s killer.
<p>Officer Peter J. Kamper Jr. died in a motorcycle crash. (Photo: Pompton Lakes PD)</p>

NJ Officer Killed in Motorcycle Crash With Deer

August 10, 2017
A Pompton Lakes, NJ, police officer was killed early Wednesday when he struck a deer and was thrown from his motorcycle while driving home from work on a township road.
<p>The Dickson County (TN) Sheriff&rsquo;s Office received a grant for 70 tourniquets and duty belt holders from Spirit of Blue. Receiving the grant (left to right) were Chief Deputy Jerone Holt and Sheriff Jeffrey Bledsoe. Presenting the grant (center) was country music star Craig Morgan and Spirit of Blue Executive Director Ryan T. Smith. Representing the grant sponsor, Law Enforcement United, (right to left) were Metropolitan Nashville Police Department Officer Joshua Black and Sergeant Anthony Brooks. (Photo: Spirit of Blue)</p>

Craig Morgan, Spirit of Blue Foundation Present Safety Equipment Grant to TN Sheriff's Office

August 10, 2017
Yesterday, the Spirit of Blue Foundation partnered with country music star Craig Morgan to present a safety equipment grant to the Dickson County (TN) Sheriff's Office. The grant includes 70 tourniquets along with tactical belt holders that will be issued to all patrol division and reserve deputies that serve the county.
<p>Cpl. Monty Platt (Photo: West Texas A&amp;M University Police/Facebook)</p>

TX Campus Police Officer Dies of Complications from Feral Cat Bite

August 10, 2017
West Texas A&M University Police Department Cpl. Monty Dale Platt died Tuesday after being bitten by a feral cat two weeks ago while responding to a call on campus. He was 47.

Video: SC Officer Cleared in Fatal Shooting of Man Who Tried to Grab Rifle from Patrol Car

August 9, 2017
A Pendleton, SC, police officer has been cleared in the shooting death of a man who attempted to grab the rifle from his patrol car.
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