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Florida Boy Wants to Buy Every Cop a Donut

September 13, 2016
An encounter with four Escambia County Sheriff's Office deputies last month launched Tyler’s campaign, and on Thursday the boy, dressed in his cape and mask, presented 35 dozen doughnuts, candy and coffee to ECSO deputy sheriffs.

Florida Officer Dies in Nevada while Scuba Diving

August 29, 2016
The Tampa Police Department is mourning the loss of a 27-year veteran who died unexpectedly over the weekend while scuba diving to see a sunken B-29 bomber in Nevada's Lake Mead.

Video: Miami-Dade Officer to Donate Kidney to Coworker

August 26, 2016
A Miami-Dade Police officer was in the fight of his life when he received a devastating diagnosis, but help arrived in the form of a fellow officer who is donating her kidney to help him survive.

Miami-Dade Officer to Donate Kidney to Coworker

August 26, 2016
A Miami-Dade Police officer was in the fight of his life when he received a devastating diagnosis, but help arrived in the form of a fellow officer who is donating her kidney to help him survive. More Here.

Suspect Found Biting Pieces of Man's Face Off at Murder Scene

August 16, 2016
When the first deputy arrived, she found Harrouff on top of the male stabbing victim who was lying in the driveway. The sheriff said Harrouff was biting the victim on the face, removing the victim's flesh with his teeth.

Florida Officer in Uniform Denied Service at Walmart

August 12, 2016
The officer walked into the Walmart on 13th Street, grabbed what he needed, and then headed for the checkout. The officer told a friend the cashier pointed to her skin color and told the officer she wouldn’t ring up his items.

Florida Woman Accidentally Fatally Shot in Citizen Academy Training Exercise

August 10, 2016
A Punta Gorda (FL) Police Department officer accidentally fatally shot a woman during a citizens police academy role-playing exercise, according to authorities.

Suspect Stabs Florida K-9 During Pursuit

August 1, 2016
A man suspected of aggravated assault is being charged with stabbing a Lakeland (FL) Police Department K-9 while fleeing police.

Autistic Man's Caregiver Shot by North Miami Police

July 21, 2016
North Miami Police said the incident began, Monday, when someone called 911 and said there was a man walking around with a gun threatening suicide. Kinsey told WSVN TV the man was his patient and the alleged gun was a toy truck. More Here.

Florida Man Stands Guard Over Deputy at Gas Station

July 19, 2016
A deputy with the Lake County (FL) Sheriff’s Office is thanking a stranger for going the extra mile to make sure law enforcement officials are safe. More Here.

Video: Florida Man Stands Guard Over Deputy at Gas Station

July 19, 2016
A deputy with the Lake County (FL) Sheriff’s Office is thanking a stranger for going the extra mile to make sure law enforcement officials are safe.

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.

Miami Police Rush Order for $300,000 in Body Armor Approved After Orlando Shooting

July 18, 2016
Miami Police Chief Rodolfo Llanes argued that, in the wake of the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando a month ago, the department now needs to quickly purchase the armor plates and carriers to keep civilians safe.

Video: Florida Officer's Story of a Hug from a Stranger Going Viral

July 15, 2016
A Sarasota, FL, police officer had a positive encounter with a stranger that brought him to tears this week. His post about it is now going viral.

Florida Officer's Story of a Hug from a Stranger Going Viral

July 15, 2016
A Sarasota, FL, police officer had a positive encounter with a stranger that brought him to tears this week. His post about it is now going viral. More Here.

Assault Counter Tactics Training to Benefit Orlando Shooting Victims

July 5, 2016
Assault Counter Tactics is hosting an event called Training with Legends this week, with all proceeds to benefit victims of the Orlando shooting at Pulse night club. The event will take place July 9 at the American Police Hall of Fame and Museum in Titusville, FL.

Florida Sergeant Writes Heartfelt Facebook Farewell to Late K-9 Partner

July 1, 2016
A Florida police sergeant penned a heart-rending letter to his four-legged partner after he had to put the dog down last week.

Officers Who Responded to Orlando Nightclub Massacre Haunted by Experience

June 24, 2016
It is of his first look inside the Pulse nightclub. Dozens of people were motionless on the blood-soaked dance floor, and the Eatonville police officer had just burst through the club’s patio door for a rescue.

Video: FBI, DOJ Release New, Full Transcript of Orlando Shooter's 911 Call

June 21, 2016
Under pressure from Republican leaders, the Justice Department on Monday afternoon reversed itself and released a full, uncensored transcript of the Orlando terrorist's 911 call on the night of the massacre.

FBI, DOJ Release New, Full Transcript of Orlando Shooter's 911 Call

June 21, 2016
Under pressure from Republican leaders, the Justice Department on Monday afternoon reversed itself and released a full, uncensored transcript of the Orlando terrorist's 911 call on the night of the massacre, calling the morning’s furor over omissions in the document "an unnecessary distraction." More Here.
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