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Hackers Intercept FBI, Scotland Yard Call

February 3, 2012
A sensitive conference call between the FBI and Scotland Yard was recorded by the very people they were trying to catch, the hacking group known as Anonymous claimed Friday.

FBI Arrests Four Conn. Cops

January 24, 2012
Four East Haven (Conn.) Police officers were arrested Tuesday for assaulting illegal immigrants in custody.

SHOT Show 2012: Hornady's Critical Duty Designed for LE

January 17, 2012
Hornady produced its Critical Duty ammunition with law enforcement in mind by testing it against six urban barriers so officers could effectively stop threats without risking over penetration, company reps said at SHOT Show.

Latin Kings' Nationwide Leader Gets 60 Years in Prison

January 11, 2012
Augustin Zambrano, the highest ranking member of the Latin Kings, has received 60 years in federal prison for racketeering, narcotics trafficking, and other violent crimes. Zambrano, a "corona" of the Almighty Latin King Nation, was responsible for overseeing the illegal activities of all factions of the powerful street gang that counts about 10,000 members in Illinois.

The National Gang Threat Assessment's Sanitized Statistics

January 11, 2012
The National Gang Intelligence Center (NGIC) generates several law enforcement reports about the activity and numbers of criminal gangs in the United States. The intended purpose of these reports is to "reduce the threat, incidence, and prevalence of violent crime."

Feds: Muslim Extremist Plotted Assault On Fla. Sheriff's Office

January 10, 2012
A Florida man with roots in Kosovo was arrested for allegedly plotting a two-phase suicide-bomb attack on multiple Tampa-area locations including a Hillsborough County Sheriff's operations center.

FBI Agent Drowns In Puerto Rico

December 30, 2011
Special Agent Daniel Knapp accidentally drowned on Thursday, while attempting to rescue a distressed swimmer at Playa Escondida (Hidden Beach) in Fajardo, Puerto Rico.

FBI: Violent and Property Crime Fell In Early 2011

December 20, 2011
Violent crime and property crimes reported to law enforcement fell in the first half of 2011 despite a stagnant economy, the FBI announced Monday. The number of violent crimes declined 6.4%, when compared with figures from the first six months of 2010. The number of property crimes fell 3.7% in the same time frame.

FBI to Change Official Definition of Rape

December 8, 2011
The revamped description will be broader, pleasing activists who say the current definition leads to the low-balling of sexual assault cases, and also discourages victims from coming forward.

Former FBI Director Leads Wide-Ranging Penn State Probe

November 22, 2011
The Penn State Board of Trustees appointed former FBI director and federal judge Louis J. Freeh to lead an independent investigation into the child sex abuse scandal, granting him broad investigative powers.

FBI: Hate Crimes Remained Steady In 2010

November 14, 2011
The number of reported hate crimes in the United States remained steady in 2010, according to the FBI's annual hate-crime report. There were 6,628 hate crime incidents reported last year, while 6,604 were reported in 2009, the FBI announced Monday.

NLEOMF Hosts 'J. Edgar' Screening In D.C.

November 11, 2011
The National Law Enforcement Museum and Warner Bros. Pictures debuted legendary director Clint Eastwood's biopic, "J. Edgar," at the Newseum in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday.

4 Georgia Men Plotted Ricin Attack on Officials

November 2, 2011
Four Georgia men who are members of a fringe militia group were arrested on Tuesday for planning to attack federal and state officials with guns, bombs, and the toxin ricin.

FBI Releases 2010 LEOKA Report

October 25, 2011
While on duty in 2010, 56 law enforcement officers were feloniously killed, 72 died in accidents, and more than 53,000 were assaulted, according to data in the "Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted" report.

FBI: Gangs Responsible for 48% of Violent Crime

October 25, 2011
Increasingly sophisticated street gangs committed 48 percent of violent crime, as they expanded their criminal activity and networking with broader criminal organizations.

NYPD Cops Charged with Smuggling Illegal Guns

October 25, 2011
Five NYPD officers have been named in a federal indictment charging them with illegally smuggling guns and what they thought were stolen slot machines, cigarettes and counterfeit goods.

L.A. Jail Visitor Claims He Was Roughed Up

October 20, 2011
The FBI probe into the Los Angeles County jails has expanded to include allegations of a man who says he was beaten and pepper sprayed by deputies while handcuffed during a visit to see his incarcerated brother.

Feds Arrest U.S. Citizen who Plotted To Kill Saudi Ambassador with Iranians

October 11, 2011
Manssor Arbabsiar and his Iran-based co-conspirators have allegedly been plotting the murder of Saudi Ambassador Adel al-Jubeir. In furtherance of this conspiracy, Arbabsiar allegedly met on a number of occasions in Mexico with a DEA confidential source who posed as an associate of a violent international drug trafficking cartel.

Feds: NYPD Cop Searched Database for Man He Pepper-Sprayed

October 6, 2011
Officer Admir Kacamakovic, a seven-year veteran assigned to Brooklyn's 62nd Precinct, has been charged with violating the civil rights of a patron of a bar owned by the officer's cousin.

26 Calif. Hells Angels Arrested on Drug Charges

September 30, 2011
Twenty-six members or associates of the Hells Angels motorcycle club were arrested in early morning raids on Thursday by SWAT teams of the FBI, as well as the San Diego and Oceanside police departments.
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