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Video: Tenn. Officers Disciplined for Rough Arrest

June 12, 2013
Three Knoxville (Tenn.) Police Department officers resigned and four others face disciplinary measures stemming from the rough arrest of a mentally ill homeless man in February.

Rough Arrest In Knoxville

June 12, 2013

Three Knoxville (Tenn.) PD officers resigned and four others face discipline for the rough arrest of a mentally ill homeless man on Feb. 9. Warning: Video contains graphic content. Read the full story here.

Tenn. Cops Honored for Saving Trooper

August 30, 2012
Knoxville (Tenn.) Police Department Officers Andrew Keith and Steve Taylor both were honored with the department's Medal of Merit on Monday for their lifesaving actions to rescue a state trooper at the scene of a fiery crash in March.

Competitive Shooter Mike Seeklander

January 19, 2012

We caught up with Mike Seeklander, a competitive shooter and former Knoxville (Tenn.) Police officer, at SHOT Show 2012 to talk about how shooting competitions can benefit officers. Mike also shares several dry-fire training drills, and tells you which products caught his eye at the show.

Identifying a Murder Suspect

June 22, 2011

Knoxville (Tenn.) Police Officer Daniel Paidousis was picked as NLEOMF's Officer of the Month (September 2010) for identifying a suspect in a murder investigation between calls for service. POLICE Editor David Griffith sat down with him during National Police Week in May.

Tennessee Officer IDs Murder Suspect Between Calls

September 8, 2010

While he was on a plainclothes detail, he recognized a woman he'd seen in a video still, leading investigators to the murderer of an elderly man. For his investigative skills, Paidousis has been named the September 2010 Officer of the Month by the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund.

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