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Jacksonville Deputies Rescue Pets Affected by Irma

September 14, 2017
The Jacksonville (FL) Police Department has been busy rescuing people affected by Hurricane Irma, as well as people's pets.

4 Florida Officers Shot, 1 Killed

August 19, 2017
One police officer was killed and three wounded in nighttime shootings in two Florida cities where the officers were responding to suspected drug activity and reports of a suicide attempt, police said Saturday.

Video: Man Threatens to Behead Florida Officers with Knives

May 16, 2016
Jacksonville, FL, police shot a man who they said charged at them wielding both a machete-style knife and a dagger-like knife while threatening to cut their heads off Saturday morning.

Man Threatens to Behead Florida Officers with Knives While Running at Them

May 16, 2016
Jacksonville, FL, police shot a man who they said charged at them wielding both a machete-style knife and a dagger-like knife while threatening to cut their heads off Saturday morning. More Here.

Off-Duty Florida Officer Stops Carjacking

May 12, 2015
The police officer ran to the car, pulled his firearm and identified himself as an off-duty police officer, according to an incident report.

Pensions: Winning Hearts and Minds

October 17, 2011

Some citizens are quick to blame police officers themselves for pension funding issues, not understanding the underlying causes. This is why the prospect of citizens who are uninformed or misinformed voting on pension issues is worrisome.

Florida Ex-Con Shot by Jacksonville Police Tied To 7 Robberies In 5 Days

April 20, 2011
Brandon Paul McCrory, 28, had apparently become increasingly aggressive and began wielding larger knives in the robberies of motels, restaurants and a drugstore.
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