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Ex-Finalist for Top Cop Job Picked to Oversee Police Reforms in Chicago

June 9, 2016
Now Anne Kirkpatrick will still play a vital role in department reforms after Johnson appointed the 30-year law enforcement veteran to oversee the extensive overhaul as chief of the Bureau of Professional Standards

Illinois Officer Wins Patrol Rifle Competition

June 7, 2016
For the first time in the 17-year history of event the, a female officer has won the National Patrol Rifle Competition.
<p>Sgt. Kelly Schmidt (Photo: Saginaw PD)</p>

Michigan Officer Saves Life of Newborn Who Wasn't Breathing

June 7, 2016
A Saginaw, MI, police sergeant responding to a 911 call over the weekend is credited with saving the life of a newborn baby.

Video: New Orleans Officer Gravely Injured in I-10 Crash

June 6, 2016
A New Orleans Police Department officer was working an auto accident on I-10 this weekend when she was struck by a vehicle reportedly driven by a motorist under the influence of alcohol and gravely injured, according to New Orleans Police Department Superintendent Michael Harrison.

California Inmate Stabs Correctional Officer in Head, Attacks Officers

April 14, 2016
A medical emergency was announced, and as staff entered the cell, Puckett threw an unknown substance on them, officials said. He then used an inmate-manufactured weapon to stab a correctional officer in the head.
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NYPD Officer Saves Would-Be Suicide Jumper from 10th Floor Leap

April 11, 2016
Officer Nina Friberg, 35, was among the first rescuers at the scene of a suicidal woman who planned to leap from the 10th story of her Upper West Side building wrapped in a sleeping bag because she "didn’t want to make a mess."

Video: Race Car Driver Unveils Tribute to Fallen Omaha Officer Kerrie Orozco

April 8, 2016
"I wanted to bring attention to the Support Blue campaign and in particular the work of Officer Orozco," Cahill said.
<p>University of Oregon Police Chief Carolyn McDermed, who has led the department for four years, was given $46,000 to leave the job with four months left on her yearly contract. Her retaliation against an officer who spoke out against department bias and mismanagement helped cost UO at least $1.5 million in damages and legal bills. (Photo: The University of Oregon)</p>

University of Oregon Police Chief Paid to Leave Following Lawsuit

March 7, 2016
The University of Oregon paid its police chief, Carolyn McDermed, $46,000 to leave the position, officials said Friday.

Video: LAPD Officer Ran L.A. Marathon in Full Tactical Gear

March 4, 2016
An officer with the Los Angeles Police Department has successfully run the Los Angeles Marathon in full tactical gear to support a great cause.

Video: Fallen Virginia Officer Honored in Two States

March 3, 2016
Police officers, motorcycle units, honor guards, and ceremonial rifle units all stood at attention in formation outside the Woodbridge church. Inside, more than 3,000 mourners including family, friends, colleagues, and dignitaries such as Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe participated in a service that lasted more than an hour.
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