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FBI Warns that Anarchists Plan to Ambush Officers on Halloween

October 27, 2015
The extremist group – known as the National Liberation Militia – has proposed a “Halloween Revolt” that encourages supporters to cause a disturbance to attract police and then viciously attack them, the FBI said.

South Carolina Sheriff Asks FBI to Investigate SRO Incident Captured on Video

October 27, 2015
On Tuesday, a day after the incident, Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott asked the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the U.S. Justice Department to conduct an investigation of Monday's incident at Spring Valley High School. More Here.

FBI Director Calls for Communication Between Police and Black Lives Matter

October 26, 2015
Comey said that police and the black community need to “get up close, where it is hard to hate” in order to better understand each other.

Where is the Clinton Cloth for Cops?

October 22, 2015

Officers who use their personal email accounts for official business risk punishment for any derogatory business-related statements made on personal email. 

FBI: 51 Law Enforcement Officers Feloniously Killed in 2014

October 19, 2015
The felonious deaths of the 51 officers—all males—occurred in 24 states and Puerto Rico. The figure represents a significant increase over the number that occurred in 2013, when 27 officers were killed, but is lower than the numbers from 2009 (56 officers) and 2005 (55 officers).

FBI and Justice Department to Crackdown on e-Commerce Counterfeits

October 16, 2015
The Justice Department and FBI will launch a new collaborative strategy to more closely partner with manufacturers in intellectual property enforcement and prosecution. The FBI will work to ensure that third party e-commerce marketplaces have the right analytical tools and techniques to combat intellectual property concerns on their websites.

Cop Block Blogger Sentenced to Prison for Threats Against Police

October 12, 2015
A man has been sentenced to Federal prison after making death threats to FBI agents and officers in Carter County, OK, and Colorado Springs, CO, on his anti-police Facebook page known as "Cop Block."

FBI Director Calls Lack of Data on Police Shootings 'Ridiculous,' 'Embarrassing'

October 8, 2015
The lack of accurate information about police-involved shootings is roiling the nation's law enforcement community, leaving officials unable to say whether high-profile killings are isolated events or part of an alarming trend, FBI Director James B. Comey said.

FBI to Collect and Publish More Data on Officer-Involved Shootings

September 28, 2015
Federal authorities plan to collect additional information about shootings involving law enforcement and will begin publishing a report with more details on how police use deadly force, FBI Director James B. Comey said Monday.

Man Charged in Plot to Bomb Sept. 11 Memorial in Missouri

September 11, 2015
A Florida man who claimed in online forums to have inspired terrorists in Australia and Texas was arrested after telling an informant how to build a homemade bomb to attack a 9/11 memorial in Missouri, according to a criminal complaint.

Rangers, FBI Investigate Homicide of Off-Duty Texas Officer in His Home

September 2, 2015
The death of an off-duty Abilene, Texas, police officer has been classified a homicide, Abilene Police Chief Stan Standridge said during a news conference Tuesday.

Boston Officer's Son Pleads Not Guilty to Terror-Related Gun Charges

July 30, 2015
The police captain contacted the FBI saying that his son had become “obsessed with Islam” 18 months earlier. Capt. Ciccolo has cooperated with investigators assigned to the Joint Terrorism Task Force since, senior BPD commanders told ABC News.

West Virginia Police Say Man Killed While Attacking Woman was Suspected Serial Killer

July 26, 2015
Police believe Neal Falls, 45, of Springfield, Oregon, could be connected to other crimes around the country. They said Monday the items in Falls’ car, among other things, might connect him to several deaths in Southern Ohio.

Chattanooga Gunman Identified, Believed from Kuwait

July 16, 2015
A U.S. official says the gunman in the shootings in Tennessee has been identified as 24-year-old Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez, according to the Associated Press.

FBI Chief Says Agency Should Not Have Cleared Gun Sale to Dylann Roof

July 10, 2015
FBI Director James B. Comey said Friday that agency employees should have rejected Dylann Roof's attempt to purchase a gun because Roof had earlier been arrested for possession of drugs.

N.Y. College Student Arrested for Alleged ISIS-Inspired Terror Plot

June 18, 2015
The FBI has arrested a New York City college student, accusing him of plotting to carry out some kind of unspecified terror-related attack in New York.

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.

Terror Suspect Killed in Boston Planned to Behead Officers

June 4, 2015
Boston police and FBI agents had been tracking Rahim around the clock. As the 26-year-old walked outside a Roslindale CVS on Tuesday, officers approached him.

Boston Officer, FBI Agent Kill Knife-Wielding Terror Suspect

June 2, 2015
The FBI had been tracking the man for several weeks, and authorities are looking into whether he may have been radicalized by ISIS propaganda online.

Feds Indict Former High-Ranking Los Angeles County Sheriff's Officials for Obstruction

May 14, 2015
Former Los Angeles County Undersheriff Paul Tanaka and a second high-ranking officer in the Sheriff's Department orchestrated a plot to obstruct a federal investigation into excessive force and corruption in the county’s jails, according to a federal grand jury indictment.
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