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Police Commission Says LAPD Killing of Homeless Man Unjustified

April 12, 2016
The commission unanimously sided with Beck on Tuesday, concluding that Officer Clifford Proctor violated department policy when he fatally shot Glenn in the back near the Venice boardwalk. The panel and Beck also faulted Proctor's decision to draw his weapon, along with the tactics he and his partner used leading up to the deadly encounter.

Americans More worried About Crime Than They Have Been Since Before 9/11

April 12, 2016
Americans are more concerned about crime than they have been at any point since the turn of the century, according to a new poll, exceeding levels of concern about things like terrorism, climate change and illegal immigration.

Video: FBI Marks 30th Anniversary of Deadly Miami Shootout

April 12, 2016
Thirty years ago, FBI agents Ben Grogan and Jerry Dove died in a vicious gun battle with two heavily armed suspected bank robbers in Miami-Dade’s Suniland area, which is now part of Pinecrest. It’s described as the bloodiest shootout in FBI history.

Florida Deputy and Young Son Die in Boat Accident

April 12, 2016
The three died after a Sunday fishing trip off Stuart turned tragic when Jones' 24-foot center console Sea Ray boat took on water and sank amid rough waves estimated to have been between four and six feet high.
<p>Officer using cellphone forensics tool. (Photo: Cellebrite)</p>

New Technology Gives Officers Method to Detect People Have Been Driving and Texting

April 12, 2016
Under the first-of-its-kind legislation proposed in New York, drivers involved in accidents would have to submit their phone to roadside testing from a textalyzer to determine whether the driver was using a mobile phone ahead of a crash.

Mayor De Blasio Announces Plan to Release Low-Risk New York City Offenders Who Can’t Afford Bail

April 12, 2016
The $17.8 million program allows judges in all five boroughs to assign defendants deemed a low flight risk to a supervisory program, instead of slapping them with a monetary amount for bail.
<p>Alvis Holley, 28, was found guilty of attempted murder in the 2011 shooting of two Chicago police officers. (Photo: Cook County Sheriff&#39;s Office)</p>

Man Gets 100 Years for Shooting 2 Chicago Officers

April 12, 2016
During the fight, Holley pulled out a .22-caliber pistol from his waist and shot one of the officers in the left bicep and grazed his left temple. When the first officer fell to the ground, Holley shot the second officer in the head, prosecutors said.
<p>Chase Jenkins, served as a captain with the Rainbow City Police prior to the allegations. He plans to return to law enforcement now that the charges have been dropped. (Photo: Etowah County Jail)</p>

Sex Crime Charges Against Alabama Officer Dropped, Wife Charged with Perjury

April 12, 2016
According to court documents, the charges were dismissed after submission of documents by Jenkins' attorney and by the Etowah County District Attorney's Office. Jenkins previously held the rank of captain with the Rainbow City department.

Video: Wounded Ohio SWAT Officer on Life Support, Expected Not to Survive

April 12, 2016
A homicide detective presenting information Tuesday morning in a Franklin County Municipal courtroom revealed injured officer Steven Smith is on life support and will likely succumb to his wounds.
<p>The Walton County (FL) Sheriff&#39;s Office and Walton County Animal Control (photo: ASPCA)</p>

Agencies Receive ASPCA Award for Efforts to Stop Dog Fighting

April 12, 2016
The ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) announced the first recipients of the "ASPCA Champion for Animals" award, coinciding with National Dog Fighting Awareness Day.
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