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Salt Lake City and Birmingham PDs Select Evidence.com for Digital Asset Management

October 14, 2014
TASER International announced today that the Salt Lake City Police Department and the Birmingham Police Department have selected Evidence.com to securely store and manage all of the digital evidence from their AXON body cameras and other digital devices. Both departments secured a five-year subscription with Evidence.com in the third quarter of 2014.

Alabama Man Killed by Officers After Ramming Patrol Car in Jail Parking Lot

October 9, 2014
The Huntsville Public Safety Department on Wheeler Avenue became a crime scene when police say a man attacked one of their officers late Wednesday afternoon. Soon after this attack, the man was dead. Police say the investigation so far indicates this was not an isolated incident.

Alabama Officer Shot by Suspect in Walmart Store

October 6, 2014
Sunday morning a Montgomery, Ala., police officer was shot and wounded while trying to apprehend a suspect in a Walmart theft. Officers are now searching for the suspect, said to be extremely dangerous, who fled from the scene after car-jacking a vehicle.

3 Killed, Including Gunman, in Alabama UPS Shooting

September 23, 2014
Three people are dead -- including the gunman -- after a shooting this morning at a UPS facility in Inglenook, according to Birmingham officials.

Alabama Will Consolidate Crime Fighting Functions in 2015

July 12, 2014
Starting in 2015, just about all of the varying crime-stopping functions on a state level in Alabama will fall under one department, the new Alabama Law Enforcement Agency.

Health Department Commends Alabama Police for Combating Spice

May 19, 2014
A Mobile County health officer is commending local law enforcement for their efforts to combat the dangerous drug known as "spice."

Alabama Deputy Killed in Crash

April 18, 2014
A Covington County (Ala.) Sheriff's deputy who was killed in a two-vehicle crash Friday morning is being identified as Dep. William Heath Kelley.

Ala. District to Arm Teachers, Staff

May 28, 2013
Despite Gov. Robert Bentley's vetoing a local bill to arm teachers and staff in Franklin County Schools (FCS), the Alabama state legislature passed the legislation last week.

Ala. College Deploys Drones to Monitor Campus

May 15, 2013
Officials at the University of Alabama Huntsville have announced that the school will deploy unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to monitor the campus. The UAVs will use small spotlights or infrared cameras, along with video surveillance cameras to scan campus grounds.

Gunman Wounds 3 at Alabama Hospital

December 17, 2012
Birmingham (Ala.) Police shot and killed a man who had just shot and wounded a police officer and two employees at St. Vincent's Hospital on Saturday.

Islamist Man Planned Ambush of Alabama Cops

January 10, 2012
A man believed to be an Islamist extremist allegedly shot out the windows of Alabama City businesses to lure officers to the area so he could ambush them.

Tasering at Alabama Walmart

July 14, 2011

An Arizona couple were arrested July 8 and charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and second-degree assault on a police officer after this incident at a Walmart in Foley, Ala.

Alabama Joins Federal Fingerprint Database

May 6, 2011
The Alabama Department of Public Safety began participating in the Secure Communities system maintained by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency.

Alabama Man Kills Nine, Self in Shooting Spree

March 10, 2009
A gunman went on a shooting spree in two south Alabama towns Tuesday, killing nine people before he shot himself at a metals plant, authorities said.
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