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Georgia Investigates Qualifications of College's Officers

February 9, 2011
Georgia investigators are probing the Morris Brown College (Ga.) Police Department, after it was discovered that the college employs officers who often lack proper credentials and training.

Physical Arrest of Rutgers Student Posted To YouTube

February 8, 2011
When officers arrived at a chaotic scene, 50 people were in the street outside a house party at Stone and Prosper streets. One officer tackled Keepers to stop him from kicking another person, and Marx jumped on the officers' back.

House Party Arrest of Rutgers Student

February 8, 2011

A video taken outside a Rutgers house party shows a physical arrest by four New Brunswick (N.J.) Police officers of a student who had jumped on the back of one of the officers.

Six States Consider Allowing Guns On College Campuses

February 3, 2011
Proposed laws in Arizona, Florida, Idaho, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Texas would bring new gun rights to students, teachers and others who attend college campuses.

Calif. Elementary School Principal Shot, Killed

February 2, 2011
An elementary school principal who was shot in his office on Wednesday morning died of his injuries at a local hospital. The alleged shooter, a janitor at Louisiana Schnell Elementary School, has been apprehended by police.

Detectives Skeptical of School Officer's Hoax Story

February 1, 2011
A source told the newspaper the bruising on Officer Jeffrey Stenroos' chest is not consistent with a gunshot at close range.

Arizona Law Would Allow Guns On Campus

January 31, 2011
The Arizona Legislature is considering several new gun laws, including a "Firearms Omnibus" bill that would make Arizona the second state in the nation to require universities and communities to allow guns on campus and one of 10 that permit guns inside public government buildings such as the state Capitol.

L.A. School Officer Admitted Faking Shooting

January 28, 2011
Officer Jeff Stenroos is charged with suspicion of filing a false police report, and the president of the Los Angeles Police Protective League said the incident is an "embarrassment to law enforcement."

LAPD Continues Search for School Officer's Shooter

January 25, 2011
LAPD Chief Charlie Beck has said the suspect is white, in his 40s, wears a ponytail and is believed to be from the local area.

Oakland School Officer Shoots Screwdriver Attacker

January 24, 2011
The officers had approached a suspicious vehicle near Skyline High School on Saturday evening when the attack occurred.

Reward for Los Angeles School Officer's Shooting Bumped to $100K

January 21, 2011
The reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the gunman who wounded a school police officer in Woodland Hills has been increased to $100,000 with a contribution from the Los Angeles Police Protective League (LAPPL).

Ballistic Vest Saves Los Angeles School Officer

January 19, 2011
Officer Jeff Stenroos, 30, was wearing a ballistic vest at the time of the incident and was conscious and talking after being shot Wednesday morning as he confronted a suspect who appeared to be breaking into vehicles near El Camino Real High School.

Utah Univ. Cop On Leave for Gun-Memo Leak

January 7, 2011
A campus officer and security guard from the University of Utah are on paid administrative leave after leaking an internal memo about how to respond to open-carry.

Butt-Dialed Call Sends SWAT To Illinois School

January 5, 2011
Officers searched the Carleton Washburne School in Winnetka, Ill., today after the woman contacted police believing her husband was being held at gunpoint in his office.

Univ. of Maryland DPS Acquires Ocean Systems Video Analysis System

January 5, 2011
The University of Maryland's Department of Public Safety selected Ocean Systems’ dTective video analysis system to clarify case management and expand its high-tech arsenal.

Univ. of Houston Officer Killed In Crash, Responding To Call

December 24, 2010
Officer Ann O'Donnell, 24, is the first line of duty death for the agency. The officer had been with the agency for about a year.

LAPD Vet To Lead Nation's Largest School Police Force

December 17, 2010
Prior to accepting the job, Steven K. Zipperman commanded the LAPD's Southwest Area Community Police Station since February 2009. Before that, he was commanding officer of the West Valley Division.

Florida School Board Shooting (Full)

December 17, 2010

A gunman later identified as Clay A. Duke was shot three times after opening fire at a Florida school board meeting. The school system's head of security, Mike Jones, returned fire at the gunman, who then killed himself. This version of the shooting is from a WMBB news camera and shows Duke's full rant about his wife's firing and the couple's loss of benefits. Actual clip is in focus.

Gunman Shot After Opening Fire During School Board Meeting

December 14, 2010
Prior to discharging his weapon, the shooter brandished a can of red spray paint and painted a V with a circle around it on a wall. He then brought out his weapon and began addressing the board meeting.

Univ. of Texas Austin Passes Active Shooter Test

December 10, 2010

Fortunately, law enforcement and university staff and administrators had undergone training, had good working relationships with each other, as well as with other agencies, had appropriate plans, had a layered mass notification system and had a trained student population that was prepared to respond appropriately.

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