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Video: Small Dog Harasses Phoenix K-9, Officers During Barricade

March 6, 2014
The pug and police dog appeared to be barking at each other before officers "shooed" the pug away.

Video: Ariz. Mayor Refuses Moment of Silence for Slain Phoenix Officer

March 5, 2014
Last night Mayor Jim Lane of Scottsdale, Ariz.—a Phoenix suburb—refused a request for a moment of silence for a Phoenix detective killed in the line of duty during a Monday afternoon shootout.

St. Paul PD Hires First Female Officer of Somali Descent

March 4, 2014
On Saturday morning, Kadra Mohamed was recognized as the first Somali-American woman to join the St. Paul Police Department, a move made possible by the department's announcement that it has approved an option for employees to wear a police-issued hijab.

Off-Duty Philly Officer Shot in Back

March 4, 2014
According to officials, the 24-year veteran of the force was in plain clothes when a man approached him from behind, mumbled something to the officer, and then shot him once in the back.

Off-Duty S.C. Trooper Dragged by Car After Stopping Assault

March 4, 2014
An off-duty S.C. Highway Patrol trooper who tried intervening in a domestic assault at a Rock Hill gas station Sunday was briefly dragged by a car after his hand became stuck in the driver’s side door. He pulled himself free after he hopped onto one of the vehicle’s running boards.

Video: Tractor-Trailer Hits Utah Trooper's Car

March 4, 2014
A Utah Highway Patrol trooper is fine after his patrol car was side-swiped by a semi-truck on Interstate 15 Sunday morning.

Video: Rapid DNA Technology to be Tested in Fla. Court

March 4, 2014
Capt. Diana Blackledge said detectives identified a suspect, but felt they didn't have enough evidence to convict him in court, that is, until they employed a "portable DNA lab in a box."

Video: N.M. Officer Shoots Fleeing Robbery Suspect

March 4, 2014
Albuquerque Police Department officer Brian Pitzer fired eight shots at an armed carjacking suspect as he was running away on Oct. 28, according to lapel video released by the department Monday.

Idaho House Panel Backs Guns On Campus

March 4, 2014
The measure would allow retired law enforcement officers and those with Idaho's new enhanced concealed carry permit to bring their firearms onto campus. Concealed weapons would still be barred from dormitories, stadiums and concert halls.
<p>Detective John Hobbs (Photo: Phoenix PD)</p>

Slain Phoenix Officer and Shooter Identified

March 4, 2014
Chief Garcia grew emotional as he spoke about the death of Phoenix Detective John Hobbs and the critical injuries another officer suffered. He said the 28-year-old suspect William Ray Thornton must have realized that detectives were following him when he got out of his car and engaged the two veteran officers.
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