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Florida Officer Collapses and Dies During Training

May 21, 2018
Officer Thomas Coulter and 23 other new police officers were doing what the chief described as “very light" physical training last Monday when Coulter collapsed. The trainees had just started a session of jogging and doing pushups around 8 a.m. when Coulter collapsed.

Burning Florida Police Cruiser Found with Black Lives Matter Note

July 18, 2016
A Daytona Beach, FL, police patrol vehicle was found completely engulfed in flames early Sunday with a note reading "Black Lives Matter," authorities said.

FB Post Promotes Killing Police, FBI and ATF Investigating

June 12, 2015
Daytona Beach, Fla., police, the FBI, and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are conducting a joint investigation into a Facebook post that calls on people to kill law enforcement officers.

Fla. Sergeant Quits After Posting Graphic Sexual Images

August 9, 2013
Sgt. Penny Dane, an 18-year veteran, emailed photos as part of an online multiple-player simulation game called "Red Light Center." The game is linked to a sex club and resembles Amsterdam's Red Light district.

Fla. Cop Shoots, Kills 10-Foot Gator

June 11, 2013
A Daytona Beach (Fla.) Police officer shot and killed an aggressive alligator in a retention pond, after children began throwing things at it and poking it with sticks.

Cutting Car Costs

April 1, 2005

Keeping fleet operating costs under control is a top priority of police fleet managers, given the realities of budget shortfalls; however, with the 24/7 nature of patrol duty and other assignments, cutting operating costs can be a tall order. POLICE magazine spoke with fleet managers from large agencies throughout the country to find out how they do it.

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