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Slain Officer's Father Asks N.H. to Name Part of Interstate for Son

January 24, 2008
Some Franconia residents want to honor Cpl. McKay. Others oppose the plan, saying they believe the officer incited the attack with aggressive police tactics.

Officer-Involved Crash Kills Two in Maryland

January 10, 2008
A multiple-vehicle accident involving a Mount Ranier, Md., police officer killed two people in Largo Wednesday morning.

Retired Officer, 9/11 Survivor Wins Six Figures on TV Game Show

January 3, 2008
Will Jimeno, a retired officer from the Port Authority Police Department and one of two officers rescued from underneath the wreckage of the World Trade Center after 9/11, won $271,000 on "Deal or No Deal" Wednesday night.

ILEETA Announces New Police Skills Competitions

December 25, 2007
The International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association (ILEETA) plans to hold a number of events to test law enforcement skills in conjunction with the 2008 ILEETA Conference, April 1-5 in Chicago.

Robbers Hit Multiple Denver-Area Banks

December 6, 2007
The FBI is searching for two men suspected of robbing at least three Denver-area banks during the last two months.

Jury Sentences Dallas Cop Killer to Death

November 2, 2007
Two years ago Juan Lizcano killed a Dallas police officer. This week a Dallas County jury decided that the state should kill him.

RAND Corp. Releases Study of Human Trafficking in Two Ohio Cities

October 29, 2007
An examination of the types of human trafficking occurring in two of Ohio’s largest cities found that child prostitution is more common in Toledo while forced labor is more likely to be identified in Columbus, according to a new RAND Corporation report.

Fifth Avenue Vet to Help Train NYPD K-9 Handlers

October 27, 2007
The K-9 Unit of the New York Police Department will soon be fully prepared to provide vital immediate first-aid care for their four-legged partners in case of an on-the-job injury or accident. K-9 handlers and officers have been invited to undergo extensive emergency intervention training as a part of the exclusive NYPD Emergency Veterinary Training program, which kicked off with an intensive three-hour course this week.

Houston SWAT Standoff Ends with Man’s Suicide

October 25, 2007
SWAT officers say they came under fire when they tried to observe Hahn using a pole camera. He also reportedly began throwing Molotov cocktails at the officers. He then shot himself, police say.

Groups Promote National Stop on Red Week

August 9, 2007
With an alarming number of law enforcement officers being killed each year in automobile crashes—including a growing number in red light-running collisions—the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund is teaming up with the National Campaign to Stop Red Light Running and other traffic safety advocates in observing National Stop on Red Week 2007, which runs from August 5–11.
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