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Muslim Woman Receives Other Offers After Quitting Ohio Police Academy Over Hijab Policy

May 7, 2015
If the Columbus (Ohio) Police Division doesn't change its policy banning head scarves for female Muslim officers, Ismahan Isse might have a couple of options outside Ohio.

Video: Texas Officer Stabbed 14 Times, May Lose Arm

April 30, 2015
Houston homicide investigators said Matthews tried to kill off-duty Houston Community College Officer April Pikes early Tuesday morning while she was working as a security guard at a Meyerland Walmart store. Customers stepped in to stop him.
<p>DEA administrator Michele Leonhart (Photo: DEA)</p>

CBS News: DEA Head Expected To Resign Following Prostitution Scandal

April 21, 2015
Leonhart came under fire after an internal report said government money was used to pay prostitutes at a farewell party for a high-ranking DEA official in Colombia.
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Video: Miami Assistant Police Chief Criticized for Not Pledging Allegiance

April 21, 2015
The head of the Miami police union is seeking disciplinary action against the assistant police chief after she refused to salute the American flag while in uniform during a promotional ceremony.
<p>5.11 Tactical Lucy Tote covert handbag. Photo: 5.11 Tactical</p>

5.11 Tactical Debuts New Covert Handbags at NRA 2015 Annual Meetings & Exhibits

April 10, 2015
Today at the 144th NRA 2015 Annual Meetings and Exhibits, 5.11 Tactical unveiled two new covert handbags, the Lucy Tote and the Sarah Satchel. With a sleek design, the handbags are purpose-built to provide female operators with reliable covert solutions that offer built-in tactical features and are ideal for off-duty, concealed carry wear.
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Philly's First Black Female Officer Dies at 78

April 2, 2015
After her stint in Juvenile Aid, Rae was transferred to the Civil Affairs Unit, where her talents as a calming influence and negotiator stood her in good stead. She spent 20 years on the police force.

Video: Bus Passengers Assist State Trooper Under Attack

March 10, 2015
The video, shot from inside the bus, shows Taylor pinning Trooper Winans near a guardrail and punching her and pulling her hair. Passengers inside call on others to help.
<p>Officer Lisa Gerbig (Photo: Screen Grab from Channel 3000)</p>

Wisconsin Officers Save Family from House Fire

March 5, 2015
"I immediately alerted dispatch and we exited our vehicle and began pounding and knocking on every door we could get to,” Gerbig said.

N.J. Recruit Accepts Marriage Proposal at Academy Graduation

February 17, 2015
After she received her Mercer County (N.J.) Police Academy graduation certificate, Brittney Fornarotto's correction officer boyfriend dropped down on one knee and asked her to marry him before sliding a diamond ring on her finger.

Video: Los Angeles County Deputy Awarded Medal of Valor for Off-Duty Rescue

February 16, 2015
Deputy Jenna Underwood-Nunez, who was five months pregnant, was off-duty and camping with her family when she “observed a boy struggling in the lake about 100 yards from shore,” a White House statement said.
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