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City of Austin Apologizes for Police Problem Tweet

March 12, 2014
The city of Austin has apologized for a tweet advising visitors attending South By Southwest to contact the police monitor's office if they have a problem with officers after it angered law enforcement officials and drew criticism online.
<p>Photo courtesy of ATN</p>

ATN Updates Website for 2014

March 11, 2014
The new www.atncorp.com site for American Technologies Network Corp. is feature-rich with larger and better graphics, easy functionality, and more searchable product information.
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Video: Thousands Attend Memorial for Slain Phoenix Officer

March 10, 2014
Phoenix Police Chief Daniel V. Garcia said the mourners had come to remember a man whose passions included his friends, his family and most of all, his work with Phoenix police.

Calif. Officers Shoot, Kill Man with Knife on Train

March 10, 2014
The man fatally shot by Sacramento police aboard a light-rail train Saturday night lunged at officers with a knife and implored them to shoot him, police said Sunday.

Video: Pa. Trooper Accidentally Shoots, Kills Pregnant Wife

March 10, 2014
Police released the identity of a pregnant woman accidentally shot to death Friday afternoon in Montgomery County, Pa., by her husband, a state trooper.
<p>Photo of VizuCop 360 courtesy of AngelTrax</p>

AngelTrax Expands Operations into the Midwest

March 10, 2014
AngelTrax, a leading supplier of in-vehicle video surveillance technology, today announced its expansion into the Midwest with the opening of its new operations center in southern Indiana, which will enable AngelTrax to introduce new solutions in a larger, more central market.

Video: Man Arrested for Shooting San Francisco Officer

March 10, 2014
The officer, whose name was not released, was listed in serious but stable condition after being shot Saturday afternoon during a vehicle stop in the Mission District.

Chicago Tactical Officer Struck in Head by Bullet Fragment

March 10, 2014
A Chicago police officer was released from the hospital this morning, hours after a bullet fragment struck him in the head as officers served a search warrant in the South Chicago neighborhood, authorities said.
<p>Officer Jose Andy Chavez (Photo: Elmore (Ohio) PD)</p>

Off-Duty Ohio Officer Celebrating Birthday Shot Dead in Bar

March 10, 2014
Three men were shot dead, including an off-duty Elmore, Ohio, police officer, and another man was wounded by gunfire in an early Sunday shooting in a crowded downtown Fremont bar.

Video: Beach Officers, Bystanders Rescue Kids After Mom Drives into Daytona Surf

March 6, 2014
Volusia County (Fla.) Beach Patrol officers helped rescue three children Tuesday after their pregnant mother drove her van into the surf.
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