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Video: 2 LAPD Officers Run 400 Miles in Uniform for Fallen Officers' Families

November 29, 2016
Two Los Angeles police officers on Sunday set foot on a 400-mile run in full uniform -- all to raise money for the families of fallen law enforcement officers.
<p>Cpl. Kimber Gist (Photo: Facebook)</p>

SC Deputy Who Nearly Died in Shooting Shares Story of Her Survival

November 18, 2016
Cpl. Kimber Gist had only been with the Berkeley County (SC) Sheriff's Office for two years before she was shot eight times while on duty. For the first time, Gist spoke publicly this week about the February 2016 incident in which she nearly died.
<p>Retired NYPD detective Erica Marlow fought off two carjackers in Newark. (Photo: Facebook)</p>

Retired NYPD Detective Fights Off 2 Carjackers

November 14, 2016
Two men, one of them carrying a fake gun, reportedly tried to carjack a woman in Newark who just happened to be a retired NYPD officer. Erica Marlow, who had never fired her gun while on duty during her 23 years on the force, squeezed off at least two shots — hitting both of the would-be robbers.
<p>Zena Stephens was elected sheriff of Jefferson County, TX.(Photo: Facebook)</p>

Jefferson County Elects Texas's First Black Female Sheriff

November 10, 2016
Zena Stephens on Tuesday became Texas's first black female sheriff, by narrowly turning back the county's strongest Republican challenger ever in Ray Beck.
<p>Idaho State Police Trooper Brandalyn Crapo was injured in a Sunday crash while escorting the U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree. (Photo: Idaho State Police)</p>

Idaho Trooper Injured in Crash While Escorting U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree

November 8, 2016
An Idaho State Police trooper was injured in a crash while escorting the U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree from Valley County to Boise Sunday afternoon.
<p>Col. Ann Assumpico, (Photo: Rhode Island State Police)</p>

1st Woman Chosen to Lead Rhode Island State Police

November 4, 2016
Ann Assumpico, a state police captain, was appointed colonel Thursday by Democratic Gov. Gina Raimondo. Assumpico becomes the 13th superintendent of the state police and also becomes the first woman to lead any police agency in Rhode Island.

Video: NC Deputy Fired After Accidentally Shooting Her Daughter

October 31, 2016
An off-duty Lincoln County (NC) Sheriff's deputy was showing her service weapon to people at her house when she accidentally fired the gun, causing a bullet to go through a wall and hit her 11-year-old daughter, officials said.
<p>Datrel K&rsquo;chaun Lyons (Photo: Johnson County SO)</p>

2 Face Attempted Murder Charges in Attack on NC Deputy

October 27, 2016
Two men were charged with attempted first-degree murder and authorities were looking for a third man who they said was involved in shooting at a Johnston County (NC) sheriff’s deputy during a car chase and then speeding toward her in their car while she was on foot.
<p>Officers Jose Gilbert Vega and Lesley Zerebny (Photo: Palm Springs PD)</p>

Stop Killing Police: Palm Springs Chief's Plea at Officers' Memorial

October 19, 2016
Amid the emotion of the memorial service for Officers Jose Gilbert Vega, 63, and Lesley Zerebny, 27, came a call for end to violence against law enforcement officers across the nation.
<p><span style=&quot;color: #0066cc;&quot;>Officer Candace Bisagna and Officer Brandi Madrid of the Albuquerque (NM) Police Department (Photo: NLEOMF)</span></p>

NLEOMF Names 2 Albuquerque Officers October 2016 Officers of the Month

October 19, 2016
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund has selected Officers Candace Bisagna and Brandi Madrid of the Albuquerque (NM) Police Department as the recipients of its Officer of the Month Award for October 2016.
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