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More Details Revealed on Police Response to Orlando Club Shooter

June 16, 2016
He was met by gunman Omar Mateen. Armed with a .223 caliber semiautomatic rifle and a 9mm semiautomatic pistol, Mateen started exchanging gunfire with the officer.

Medical Examiner Intended to Rule Freddie Gray Death an Accident, Officer Goodson Trial Reveals

June 16, 2016
Evidence disclosed for the first time Wednesday in the trial of Baltimore Officer Caesar Goodson Jr., the van driver charged with second-degree murder in the death of Freddie Gray, suggests that the doctor performing Gray's autopsy at one point intended to rule his death an accident.
<p class=&quot;p1&quot;><span class=&quot;s1&quot;>NYPD Officer Dennis Guerra died from injuries incurred in the 2014 high-rise fire. (Photo: NYPD)</span></p>

Man Gets 19 to Life for Arson Murder of NYPD Officer

June 16, 2016
A Brooklyn teenager was sentenced on Tuesday to 19 years to life in prison for having set fire to a mattress in a hallway of his apartment building, resulting in the death of a police officer who responded to the blaze.

DOJ Report Says Distrust of Police Causing Rise in Crime Rate

June 16, 2016
A loss of trust could have made residents of those places less likely to share information with law enforcement about dangerous criminals. With a newfound sense of impunity, these criminals might have begun committing even more crimes. And threatened by the violence, neighbors might have armed themselves instead of going to the police for protection, the theory suggests.
<p>Lee County (FL) Sheriff Mike Scott (Photo: Facebook)</p>

Florida Sheriff Challenges Obama on Militarization of Police After Orlando Massacre

June 16, 2016
A statement from Lee County (FL) Sheriff Mike Scott in the hours following the mass shooting in Orlando has drawn mixed reactions from the public.
<p>Mark Cuban on the ABC TV show &quot;Shark Tank.&quot; (Photo: ABC)</p>

Mark Cuban to Donate $1 Million to Support Dallas Police After Orlando Shooting

June 16, 2016
Technology billionaire and owner of the NBA Dallas Mavericks Mark Cuban plans to donate $1 million to the Dallas Police Department, in support of its response in the wake of the Orlando nightclub shooting.

Video: Missouri Sheriff Waives CCW Fees After Orlando Massacre

June 16, 2016
Reacting to the deadliest mass murder shooting in U.S. history, a Missouri sheriff is waiving any fees for people wanting a five-year concealed carry permit in his county during the month of June.
<p>Officer Brian Beliso (Photo: Facebook)</p>

ICE Officer Dies of Heart Attack During Foot Pursuit

June 16, 2016
Immigration and Customs Enforcement Officer Brian Beliso suffered a fatal heart attack Wednesday during a foot pursuit in Redwood City, CA.

Video: San Jose Motor Officer Killed in Head-On Crash

June 15, 2016
A San Jose, CA, police officer died in the line of duty in a motorcycle crash on Tuesday, the chief of police announced.

Video: Chicago Officer on Desk Duty Over Use of Force

June 14, 2016
A Chicago police officer has been placed on desk duty after a video surfaced that appears to show the officer kicking a man in the head on Monday.
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