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KS Deputy Killed in Fiery Crash

September 11, 2016
Just hours after celebrating his daughter’s fourth birthday, a Johnson County (KS) Sheriff’s deputy with nearly 21 years on the job died in a fiery crash early Sunday when a suspected drunken driver slammed the rear of his patrol car while the officer conducteda traffic stop. More Here.

Video: KS Deputy Killed in Fiery Crash

September 11, 2016
Just hours after celebrating his daughter’s fourth birthday, a Johnson County (KS) Sheriff’s deputy with nearly 21 years on the job died in a fiery crash early Sunday when a suspected drunken driver slammed the rear of his patrol car while the officer conducted a traffic stop.

Kansas Law Enforcement Recruits' Fitness Requirements May Change

August 24, 2016
Hoping to attract more potential recruits, some Kansas law enforcement agencies are studying the possibility of easing fitness requirements for applicants.

Kansas Officers Fired On in Ambush, No Injuries

July 26, 2016
Police and the Kansas City, KS, community are still reeling from the death of Capt. Robert Melton last week but just days later, some Kansas City police officers were forced to take cover after a blaze of gunfire was aimed at them. More Here.

Video: Kansas Officers Fired On in Ambush, No Injuries

July 26, 2016
Police and the Kansas City, KS, community are still reeling from the death of Capt. Robert Melton last week but just days later, some Kansas City police officers were forced to take cover after a blaze of gunfire was aimed at them.

Man to Face Capital Murder Charge in Killing of Kansas Captain

July 21, 2016
Wyandotte County (KS) District Attorney Jerome Gorman announced the alleged killer of veteran police captain Robert Melton will face capital murder charges.

Kansas Police Captain Killed in Tuesday Afternoon Shooting

July 19, 2016
Capt. Robert Melton was shot at 22nd and Haskell. One person is in custody, another has been detained. More Here.

Video: Kansas Police Captain Killed in Tuesday Afternoon Shooting

July 19, 2016
Capt. Robert Melton was shot at 22nd and Haskell. One person is in custody, another has been detained.

Video: Diverse Kansas Citizens Gather for Barbecue With Police

July 18, 2016
Protesters had planned to march on Sunday, but after organizers met with Wichita Police Chief Gordon Ramsay for hours, according to the protesters, they agreed to break bread together instead.

Diverse Kansas Citizens Gather for Barbecue With Police

July 18, 2016
As much of the nation was reeling from yet another act of violence in Baton Rouge, LA, hundreds of Wichitans came out to a barbecue at McAdams Park with Wichita, KS, police officers instead of protesting. More Here.

Kansas Detective Shot and Killed, Suspect Apprehended

May 9, 2016
A man suspected of shooting and killing a Kansas City, KS, police detective was seriously wounded in a shootout with police in south Kansas City, MO.

FBI Agent Wounded in Kansas Shootout Still in Hospital

April 26, 2016
One of three federal agents injured during a fiery weekend shootout at a Kansas motel remained hospitalized Monday as investigators sought to identify the body found inside the suspect's charred motel room.

Video: Federal Officers Shot, Motel Burned in Kansas Fugitive Operation

April 24, 2016
Members of the task force approached the motel room door and came under fire. Two Deputy United States Marshals and an FBI Agent experienced non-life-threatening wounds.

Federal Officers Shot, Motel Burned in Kansas Fugitive Operation

April 24, 2016
Members of the task force approached the motel room door and came under fire. Two Deputy United States Marshals and an FBI Agent experienced non-life-threatening wounds. More Here.

Bank Robbery Suspects Fire on Kansas Officers During Pursuit

March 10, 2016
The chase began in southern Johnson County, KS, and ended when the suspect vehicle drove into Missouri and crashed about 12:45 p.m. at Interstate 435 and U.S. 71 in the Three Trails Crossing in Kansas City.

Kansas Survey Reveals Public More Concerned About Out-of-Shape Officers Than Tattooed Officers

March 10, 2016
Being out of shape distracts more from a law enforcement officer's professional appearance than having a tattoo, a survey by the Kansas Highway Patrol found.

Video: Local Police Chief Hailed as Hero for Killing Kansas Active Shooter

February 27, 2016
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback on Friday said that Hesston Police Chief Doug Schroeder shot and killed Excel active shooter Cedric Ford. Schroeder was among the first on the scene and shot and killed Ford as he was being fired upon.

Local Police Chief Hailed as Hero for Killing Kansas Active Shooter

February 27, 2016
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback on Friday said that Hesston Police Chief Doug Schroeder shot and killed Excel active shooter Cedric Ford. Schroeder was among the first on the scene and shot and killed Ford as he was being fired upon. More Here.

Kansas Active Shooter Kills 3, Wounds 14, Before Being Stopped by Single "Heroic" Officer

February 26, 2016
Three people were killed and 14 injured Thursday after a gunman drove through two Kansas towns taking shots at people before opening fire at his workplace, police said. The rampage was stopped by single officer who braved incoming fire to engage and kill the gunman. More Here.

Video: Kansas Active Shooter Kills 3, Wounds 14, Before Being Stopped by Single "Heroic" Officer

February 26, 2016
Three people were killed and 14 injured Thursday after a gunman drove through two Kansas towns taking shots at people before opening fire at his workplace, police said. The rampage was stopped by single officer who braved incoming fire to engage and kill the gunman.
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