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Video: Anchorage PD K-9 Recovering from Stabbing

July 8, 2014
An Anchorage police dog was stabbed multiple times with a pocket knife while pursuing a suspect in East Anchorage early Saturday morning. He is expected to survive.

Anchorage PD K-9 Recovering from Stabbing

July 8, 2014

An 8-year-old Belgian Malinois named MP, a K-9 with the Anchorage PD, underwent emergency surgery for three stab wounds and is expected to survive. Read Story Here. 

Alaska Agency's Policy Curtails Shooting at Vehicles

June 12, 2013
Following a series of officer-involved shootings, the Anchorage (Alaska) Police Department has altered its use-of-force policy to limit officers' ability to fire at moving vehicles.

Man with Eye Tattoo Shoots Alaska Cop

September 17, 2012
A known heroin user who opened fire on Anchorage (Alaska) Police officers from a hotel bathroom showed up Friday for his arraignment with distinctive tattoos on his face and right eyeball.

Anchorage Pays $5.5M To Cop's Rape Victims

September 5, 2012
The city of Anchorage has paid more than $5.5 million to settle 11 lawsuits that stemmed from the actions of convicted rapist and disgraced Anchorage Police Officer Anthony Rollins.

Alaska Cop Stabbed During Pat-Down

June 19, 2012
Two Anchorage (Alaska) PD police officers disarmed a suspect who attacked them with a knife during a pat-down search and took the man into custody.

Surviving Vehicle Ambushes

October 17, 2011

The vehicle, the patrol car, the "shop," is obviously what distinguishes the vehicle ambush from other types of attacks. It also gives you instant mobility to get out of the kill zone. In keeping with the suggested tactics for lethal force encounters the vehicle helps you move and create distance.

Illegal Immigrant Posed As Alaska Patrolman for Six Years

April 23, 2011
Officer Rafael Espinoza was actually Rafael Mora-Lopez, who had been working as a patrolman for Anchorage PD. He had passed a polygraph test, when he was hired.

Anchorage PD Chief Defends Department Against Charges of Racism

July 1, 2010
Responding to the claims of two veteran detectives who contend the Anchorage Police Department is rife with racism, Police Chief Mark Mew said Wednesday that the force does not tolerate discrimination.

Wounded Anchorage Officer Looks Forward to Patrol Return

June 17, 2010
It began as a traffic stop early in the morning on June 9 by a veteran Anchorage police officer. Then the driver pulled a gun and shot officer Jean Mills twice. The suspect, fresh out of prison and wanted on new charges, fled.

Anchorage Officers Shoot, Kill Man Who Wouldn't Drop Shotgun

March 2, 2010
Police were responding to a 911 call from a woman who said she had been assaulted by her husband and had fled to a neighbor's apartment. The call came just after 4:30 a.m.

Woman Charged with Attempting to Run Down Anchorage Officer

September 1, 2009
An Anchorage police officer talking to two men on a Fairview corner early Monday became the target of an irate woman who tried running him down with an SUV, police said.

Anchorage Police Chief to Retire

August 4, 2009
After 26 years on the force, Anchorage's top cop on Monday said he's quitting to focus on improving a family business and, perhaps, start another job in law enforcement.

Anchorage Officer Charged with Sexual Assault

July 16, 2009
A decorated Anchorage Police Department officer has been charged with sexually assaulting six women over the past three years, police chief Rob Heun announced at a press conference Wednesday afternoon.

Anchorage Police Identify Large Number of Gang Members

December 31, 2008
Documented gangs in Anchorage continue to swell, even as anti-gang officials pledged Monday to continue their two-year-old effort to combat youth violence in south central Alaska.

Hit-and-Run on Anchorage Police Car Ends in Fatal Wreck

July 10, 2008
A short police chase downtown Tuesday afternoon ended when a fleeing pickup went airborne and landed upside down in the Anchorage jail parking lot, killing its driver.

Anchorage (Alaska) Police Department

November 1, 2006

The Anchorage Police Department is looking for (more than) a few good men and women.

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