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Former LAPD Chief William Bratton will have more time for private events, after turning over the top-cop job to Charlie Beck. Photo via David Markland (Flickr.com).

High-Profile Big-City Chiefs Depart In 2009

December 16, 2009
Next year 10 of the nation's most populous cities will have new chiefs — Atlanta, Dallas, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, Oakland, San Francisco, Seattle, and Tampa.
Officers and family members escort the caskets of the four slain Lakewood police officers at Tuesday's memorial at the Tacoma Dome. Pool photo via Associated Press.

Lakewood Memorial Honors Fallen Heroes

December 8, 2009
Nearly 20,000 members of law enforcement gathered at the Tacoma Dome on Tuesday to honor their fallen brothers and sister during a memorial ceremony that reinforced the dangers of patrol duty.
Sgt. Kim Munley (left) is recovering from injuries sustained in the Fort Hood shooting. Photo via Twitter.

Fort Hood Officer Says Her Patrol Career Is Over

December 7, 2009
Officer Kim Munley, one of two civilian officers who helped end the Fort Hood shooting spree, says she is unlikely to return to patrol duties.

Slain Female Officer Remembered as Stickler for Officer Safety

November 30, 2009
Before joining the Lakewood (Wash.) Police Department, Tina Griswold earned a reputation as a hard-charging, well-liked officer in Lacey who never let things slide when it came to officer safety. Griswold, 40, was among four Lakewood officers slain early Sunday while working on their laptops at a coffee shop.
Lakewood officers killed Sunday were identified as (clockwise, from upper left) Tina Griswold, Ronald Owens, Greg Richards and Mark Renninger. Photos via Lakewood PD

Lakewood PD Identifies Four Officers In Coffeehouse Shooting

November 29, 2009
Sgt. Mark Renninger and three other patrol officers were killed by the gunman. One officer reached the shop's doorway and returned fire, wounding the assailant.

Rookie Cop Grazed In Seattle Shooting Ready For Duty

November 23, 2009
Rookie Seattle officer Britt Sweeney is ready to return to patrol duties after watching the fatal shooting of her partner during a Halloween ambush, the Seattle Times reports.

NY Subway Groping On The Rise

November 20, 2009
Complaints by female subway riders in New York are rising and the NYPD has been conducting undercover investigations with female officers to snare gropers.

Officer Used Lessons From Virginia Tech To Halt Fort Hood Shooter

November 9, 2009
Civilian officer Kimberly Munley is credited with applying lessons learned from the 2007 rampage at Virginia Tech to halt an active shooter at Fort Hood before he killed more victims, the Christian Science Monitor reports.
Officer Kim Munley, stopped Fort Hood active shooter Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, is shown with singer Dierks Bentley. Photo via Munley's Twitter page.

Army Officials Praise Police Woman Who Wounded Fort Hood Shooter

November 6, 2009
Kimberly Munley, who remains hospitalized with the other victims, confronted the suspected shooter Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, who drew two handguns and began firing in a building where soldiers were preparing to deploy overseas.

Boston Officer Claims Colleague Raped Her

October 27, 2009
A Boston police officer has filed a restraining order against another officer in the department, claiming that he assaulted her and stalked her, the Boston Globe reports.
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