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Video: Ohio Police Disarm Suicidal 11-Year-Old Knife Wielding Boy

November 15, 2018
Officers with the Grove City (OH) Police Department responded to a call of an 11-year-old boy wielding two butcher knives stolen from a local Dollar Tree store, and holding the knives to his throat threatening suicide.

Ohio Police Disarm Suicidal 11-Year-Old Knife Wielding Boy

November 15, 2018
Officers with the Grove City (OH) Police Department responded to a call of an 11-year-old boy wielding two butcher knives stolen from a local Dollar Tree store, and holding the knives to his throat threatening suicide. Newly-released video from the Division of Police shows an officer sneaking up behind the boy and grabbing his arms.

15-Year-Old on ATV Leads Texas Officers on Freeway Chase

November 9, 2018
The hour-long pursuit eventually ended off the FM 1340 exit, where the teen surrendered. Deputies took him over to the Tractor Supply Co. to get the ATV off the freeway and took him into custody.

Massachusetts Officer Accused of Telling Teen: "Welcome to the White Man's World"

November 1, 2018
Two officers with the Springfield (MA) Police Department have been accused of using excessive force while arresting two teens of Latino heritage, with one of the officers saying at the time of the arrest, "welcome to the white man's world."

British Teen Yawns as Judge Sentences him to Prison for Running over Police Officer

November 1, 2018
According to the Manchester Evening News, an 18-year-old named Kash Parkinson "stretched and yawned loudly" as he was handed a four-year sentence at Manchester's Minshull Street Crown Court.

Georgia High School Football Team Will Wear Initials and Badge Number of Slain Officer

October 29, 2018
Football players with South Gwinnett High School in Georgia will add stickers to their helmets reading "ADT1808"—the initials and badge number of Officer Antwan Toney, a member of the Gwinnett County Police Department who was recently killed in the line of duty.

Guidance Counselor Punches New York Officer at School

October 25, 2018
A guidance counselor at Grover Cleveland High School in Queens was arrested on Wednesday for punching a police officer in the face during a dispute inside the school.

Florida Police Reportedly Prevent Pre-Teen Girls' "Satan-Worship" School Attack

October 25, 2018
Two young girls—ages 11 and 12—who attend Bartow Middle School were arrested Tuesday on charges that they planned to conduct a stabbing attack at the school.

SRO Arrests Student who Stabbed Teacher in the Chest with Butcher Knife

October 23, 2018
A School Resource Officer at a Gwinnett County, GA, middle school took a 13-year-old student into custody for stabbing a teacher with a butcher's knife at Trickum Middle School.

Kentucky Pursuit Ends in Crash that Kills 2 Teens

October 22, 2018
Kentucky State Police say that several agencies were in pursuit of a pickup truck when the vehicle struck another car, killing two teenagers and injuring two others.

Teen Suspect Who Threatened 2 Virginia Schools is Arrested

October 22, 2018
The Manassas (VA) Police department said in a statement that the agency received information about a threat to Manassas City Schools on October 21, 2018.

Why Schools Should Teach Students about Policing and Constitutional Law

October 19, 2018
I've long held the belief that a year-long civics class should be a requirement nationwide. Further, these classes should include more than just the basic structure of government. Curriculum should incorporate Constitutional Law and Supreme Court cases related to the Fourth and Eighth amendments, as well as police policies, procedures, and practices.

Video: New Texas Law Requires Students to View Video on Safely Interacting with Police

October 16, 2018
According to KFDA-TV News, the "Community Safety Education Act" requires all high school students in Texas to watch an educational video—entitled "Flashing Lights"—to teach them how to safely interact with a police officer during traffic stops.

New Texas Law Requires Students to View Video on Safely Interacting with Police

October 16, 2018
The "Community Safety Education Act" requires all high school students in Texas to watch an educational video—entitled "Flashing Lights"—to teach them how to safely interact with a police officer during traffic stops. The goal of Senate Bill 30—passed by the 85th Texas Legislature—is to define the behavior and expectations of citizens and law enforcement during traffic stop interactions.

Mississippi High School Marching Band's "Halftime Show" Depicts Murders of Police Officers

October 8, 2018
Images of students from the Forest Hill (MS) High School marching band's performance during a game against Brookhaven High School depicting the murder of police officers surfaced over the weekend, causing widespread outrage.

Florida Police Officer Teaches Disadvantaged Kids Boxing, Life Skills

September 11, 2018
Officer Dennis Small with the Tampa Bay (FL) Police Department is the lead instructor for that agency's Police Athletic League boxing program.

Teen Charged with 32 Counts in Shooting of Colorado Officer

September 10, 2018
A Colorado teenager is facing 32 counts—including attempted first-degree murder of a police officer, three counts of second-degree kidnapping, five counts of first-degree burglary and robbery—for an August 20 incident that left Cherry Hills Police Officer Cory Sack with a gunshot wound to the leg.

Texas Officer Who Pointed Gun at Kids Cleared of Wrongdoing

August 31, 2018
In the July 5 incident Officer Jose Rios was attempting to effect the arrest of two juveniles when he was surrounded by a number of other juveniles who closed in on him as they shouted taunts. The incident was captured on cell phone video, which quickly went viral on social media.

Mississippi Deputy Struck by 12-Year-Old Girl Fleeing Police in Stolen Car

August 16, 2018
A 12-year-old girl who reported led police on a chase around Meridian (MI) on Wednesday night struck a Lauderdale County Deputy Sheriff's Deputy who was attempting to lay out spike strips to end the pursuit.

North Carolina Police Search for Gunman Who Robbed Boy's Lemonade Stand

August 9, 2018
A nine-year-old boy selling lemonade was reportedly robbed at gunpoint on Saturday by a teen wearing a camouflage. The assailant reportedly pointed a gun at the child's stomach and demanded he hand over his earnings — about $17, according to officials.
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