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"This is Not the Time for Peace," Outside Militants in Ferguson Say

August 19, 2014
Some of the men are from the area; many others -- it is hard to quantify the percentage -- have arrived by bus and by car from Chicago, Detroit, Brooklyn and elsewhere.

L.A. Sheriff's Lieutenant Dies of Heart Attack on Duty

August 18, 2014
Lt. Patrick Libertone of the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department suffered a fatal heart attack last Tuesday while making a traffic stop of a reckless driver who had cut him off.

Nebraska Sheriff Dies After Heart Attack

August 18, 2014
Butler County Sheriff Mark Hecker died Tuesday at age 53 at an Omaha hospital. He had suffered a heart attack on Friday.
<p>Photo: Mark Clark for Police Magazine</p>

NYPD Officers Warned Against Using Their Smartphones On Duty

August 18, 2014
A recent NYPD order prohibits officers from taking photos or video and audio recordings during citizen contacts.

Video: Montana Deputy Killed in the Line of Duty

August 18, 2014
A Cascade County, Mont., Sheriff's Deputy lost his life in the line of duty on Thursday afternoon after he was hit by a vehicle on Highway 89 near Belt.

Ferguson Police Chief Appears on Fox News

August 18, 2014
Ferguson (Mo.) Police Chief Thomas Jackson appeared on Fox News recently talking about how the law enforcement responsibilities in Ferguson are being handled.
<p>Photo: Mark W. Clark for POLICE Magazine</p>

What Happens When Police Wear Body Cameras

August 18, 2014
Use of on-body video cameras by law enforcement officers can lead to a decline in use of force by officers, suggest an article covering agencies' use of this technology.

Video: 8 Los Angeles Officers Swim All Night For Charity

August 18, 2014
Eight law enforcement officers took on an all-night swim across the Catalina Channel for charity. The 5th Annual Catalina to Cabrillo Beach Relay — about 26 nautical miles — ended Sunday morning at Cabrillo Beach in San Pedro.

Video: Police Wives Show Support for Ferguson Police

August 18, 2014
Police associations are using social media to garner support for the police officers working to keep the peace in Ferguson, Mo. Support messages are pouring in on web sites like the St. Louis Police Wives' Association.

Weekend Brings More Unrest in Ferguson, National Guard Tapped to Help

August 18, 2014
Police in Ferguson (Mo.) fired smoke and tear gas canisters to help disperse crowds as the governor decides to deploy the state's National Guard troops to help police.
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