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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."

Video: FBI Arrests Ohio Man for Alleged Capitol Hill Terror Plot, Parents Claim "Set Up"

January 15, 2015
The FBI Wednesday arrested an Ohio man for allegedly plotting an ISIS-inspired attack on the U.S. Capitol, where he hoped to set off a series of bombs aimed at lawmakers, whom he allegedly considered enemies.
<p>The New York Post reports this announcement was posted inside an NYPD station house.</p>

Some NYPD Brass Ban Vacations in Response to Alleged Police Slowdown

January 15, 2015
The New York Post is reporting that officers of the NYPD are being told by their commanders that they will not be granted vacation or sick days until summons activity increases. The action is reportedly a counter strike by the brass against an alleged slowdown in police activity following widespread anti-police protests and the perceived support of the protests by New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.

Texas Train vs. Bus Crash Kills 2 Officers, 8 Prisoners

January 14, 2015
Leland Maples with Loved Ones of Prisoners said Sheriff Mark Donaldson told him two officers and eight prisoners have died. Donaldson confirmed 10 were dead.

Video: Arizona Officer's Body Cam Captures Lead-up to Fatal Shooting

January 13, 2015
Video captured from the video camera worn by Flagstaff police Officer Tyler Jacob Stewart shows the conversation between the rookie officer and shooting suspect Robert William Smith before it turned into a deadly confrontation.
<p>1999 mugshot photo: Converse County (Wyo.) Sheriff&#39;s Department</p>

Ex-Officer Accused of Shooting S.D. Trooper in Standoff

January 13, 2015
The man charged with shooting a South Dakota Highway Patrol officer during a standoff last week, was a police officer in Wyoming from 1998 to 1999.
<p>Jamal Rutledge (center) was commended for helping to save the life of Officer Franklin Foulks (second from left). Photo: Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) PD</p>

Arrested Teen Helps Fla. Officer Who Collapsed

January 13, 2015
A Florida teen who has often found himself on the wrong side of the law is now being hailed as a hero after he helped saved the life of a police officer who was booking him at the jail.

Patrol Shift Changes to Revolutionize Crime Fight, Baltimore Police Say

January 13, 2015
Baltimore police and city officials say a new police patrol schedule will put more officers on the streets at the most needed times, give officers more time off, and cut overtime spending.

Video: Sheriff Arpaio Invites Sharpton to Undergo Use-of-Force Scenario

January 13, 2015
Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County, Ariz., wants to ask the Rev. Al Sharpton to come to Arizona and take part in a use-of-force drill, after doing so changed the opinion of a local activist critical of police.
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