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Slashed CHP Officer Recovering; Upgraded To Stable Condition

February 7, 2016
A California Highway Patrol officer who was slashed in the throat by a homeless man last week was on the mend Saturday at San Francisco General Hospital, authorities said.

Petition Opposes Remembrance Day for San Francisco Stabbing Suspect Killed by Police

February 4, 2016
The board's action has angered California law enforcement officers who point out that Woods was suspected of slashing a random, innocent person when he was stopped by San Francisco officers on Dec. 2.

Homeless Suspect Slashes Throat of CHP Officer in San Francisco

February 2, 2016
A suspect was encountered at the scene and apparently slashed the CHP officer's throat following some sort of confrontation, according to the CHP. More Here.

Video: Homeless Suspect Slashes Throat of CHP Officer in San Francisco

February 2, 2016
A suspect was encountered at the scene and apparently slashed the CHP officer's throat following some sort of confrontation, according to the CHP.

San Francisco Police Asked to Take Pledge to Report Intolerance by Fellow Officers

February 1, 2016
San Francisco police officers are being asked to combat racism in the ranks and take a pledge to turn in colleagues displaying intolerant behavior, such as slurs and jokes targeting people of color, gays and women.

LAPD Officers Fired Over Fatal Pursuit Shooting Sue to be Reinstated

February 1, 2016
Michael Ayala and Leonardo Ortiz were among about two dozen officers who pulled up behind 51-year-old Brian Beaird’s mangled Corvette after he crashed in downtown Los Angeles in 2013, ending a long, high-speed pursuit

Two-Thirds of California Agency's Officers Suffering from Low Morale

January 29, 2016
Fresno (CA) Police Department's rank and file is dominated by discontent and cynicism that the chief and his administrative staff will do little to fix problems that have damaged the reputation of the force, according to an internal report.

San Francisco Supervisors Name Day for Shooting Victim Mario Woods

January 29, 2016
Over the objection of San Francisco's police union, county supervisors unanimously passed a resolution Tuesday to officially declare July 22 "Mario Woods Day."

1 Orange County Jail Escapee Surrenders to Police

January 29, 2016
One of three men who escaped from an Orange County, CA, jailhouse last week surrendered to police on Friday, law enforcement officials said.

5 Associates of Escaped Inmates Arrested in California

January 28, 2016
Authorities have arrested five people believed to have links to three dangerous inmates who escaped from a Southern California jail last week, it was announced Wednesday as a manhunt continued with no sighting of the fugitives.

San Francisco Mayor Asks Feds for Probe of Police Shooting

January 26, 2016
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee has requested a federal investigation of the police shooting of a young black man, along with a broader look into the department.

San Francisco PD Revising Force Policy After Fatal Shooting

January 25, 2016
San Francisco's police use of force is being revamped after a recent fatal shooting. Last week there was a hearing at city hall and a meeting of the police commission to get community input. More Here.

Video: San Francisco PD Revising Force Policy After Fatal Shooting

January 25, 2016
San Francisco's police use of force is being revamped after a recent fatal shooting. Last week there was a hearing at city hall and a meeting of the police commission to get community input.

Manhunt Underway for Murder Suspect, Two Other Inmates Who Escaped California Jail

January 25, 2016
Investigators fanned out across Southern California Monday searching for three inmates who pulled an elaborate escape from the Central Men’s Jail in downtown Santa Ana three days ago.

LAPD Officers Save Suicidal Man From Hanging

January 22, 2016
A man who tried to commit suicide by hanging himself from a telephone pole was rescued by two officers from the Los Angeles Police Department's Hollywood Station.

California K-9 Dies During Exercise, Handler Loses Finger Trying to Save Him

January 19, 2016
A San Bernardino County sheriff's detective lost his finger during an attempt to save his K9 partner, trained in explosive detection and tracking, who died while searching a warehouse, officials said Friday.

Why Chief Beck Failed Us

January 15, 2016
On Monday, Chief Beck chose to put politics above fairness by shouting from the rooftops to every media outlet in the nation that the District Attorney should file criminal charges against LAPD Officer Clifford Proctor.

New San Francisco Sheriff Reverses Ban on Communicating with Immigration Agents

January 14, 2016
In one of her first acts in office, San Francisco Sheriff Vicki Hennessy plans to reverse her predecessor’s policy barring deputies at the city jail from communicating with federal immigration agents — a policy that came under fire last year after a man wanted for deportation was released from jail and then was accused of killing a woman on Pier 14.

Violent Crime in Los Angeles Hits Highest Level Since 2009, Police Blame Gangs

January 14, 2016
Los Angeles officials on Wednesday attributed last year's crime jump to increased gang activity and homelessness, among other things.

LAPD Chief Recommends Criminal Charges Against Officer Who Fatally Shot Homeless Man

January 11, 2016
Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck has recommended criminal charges against an officer who killed an unarmed homeless man in Venice, marking the first time as chief that Beck has called for charges in a fatal on-duty shooting.
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