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Portland Police Agree to TASER Policy Changes

November 7, 2013
The police union waived its right to challenge proposed changes to the Police Bureau's use of force and Taser policies -- although it's unclear what final changes the city agreed to make.

Maine Trooper Cleared In Shooting

October 9, 2013
A Maine State Police trooper was justified in using deadly force when a man pointed a hunting rifle at him in June, the state's attorney general announced Tuesday.

Capitol Chase Suspect Had History of Mental Illness

October 4, 2013
The dental hygienist who led police on a pursuit through the heart of Washington, D.C., on Thursday that ended in her fatal shooting by officers suffered from depression and other mental breaks.

Video: Mo. Officer Saves Bridge Jumper

October 3, 2013
A Kansas City (Mo.) Police sergeant grabbed a suicidal man early Saturday before he could jump off a highway overpass. Sgt. Steven Griswold had responded to a stranded motorist call.

Calif. Officers Cleared In Fatal Shooting of Mentally Ill Man

October 2, 2013
A federal judge has cleared several San Jose Police officers who shot and killed a mentally ill man in his back yard after he had slashed his brother's throat.

Video: Navy Yard Shooter Wielded Sawed-Off Shotgun

September 25, 2013
The FBI has released preliminary findings of the Sept. 16 Washington Navy Yard shooting that includes new details about the shooter's weapons, a timeline of his movements, and his mental state leading up to the shooting.

Wis. Cop Killer Will Be Released

September 20, 2013
Alan Randall may have been better off going to prison for killing two police officers in 1975. He might have been freed in his early 30s, with most of his life still ahead of him.

Navy Yard Killer Had History of Mental Illness

September 17, 2013
The man authorities say killed 12 people in Monday's Washington Navy Yard rampage had a history of mental illness and reportedly told people he was hearing voices.

Video: Knife-Wielding Man Charges Seattle Officer

September 12, 2013
Newly released dash-cam video shows a Seattle Police officer shooting and wounding a mentally ill man who charged him with a knife in June.

Gunman Brought 500 Rounds to Atlanta-Area School

August 21, 2013
The man who walked into a DeKalb County, Ga., elementary school Tuesday armed with an AK-47 brought nearly 500 rounds of ammo, authorities said Wednesday.

Shots Fired: Jackson County, Kansas 02/18/2000

August 11, 2013

No sooner were the words out of Schoen's mouth than he observed the shooter coming down the ladder in front of the house and walking toward his patrol car. He heard his K-9, "Falco," barking at the man from his back seat kennel.

Suspect Threatens Trooper with Voodoo Curse After Racist Rant

August 8, 2013
A drunk-driving suspect unleashed a racist tirade and threatened a Massachusetts trooper with a voodoo curse after allegedly running a newspaper delivery truck off the road on Monday.

Former Minn. Officer Testifies About Attack

July 26, 2013
A former St. Paul (Minn.) Police officer testified that she suffered severe injuries from an attack by a bipolar man three years ago that ended her law enforcement career.

Tenn. Agencies Play The Blame Game After Shooting

July 16, 2013
Athens (Tenn.) Police say an officer did his job when he told a local jailer that Robert Marshall needed a mental evaluation after he was found with a pistol and prescription pills in his truck and threatened to kill himself and his wife.

Video: Cop Uses Deadly Force on Child Hostage Taker

July 1, 2013
Midwest City (Okla.) Police Chief Brandon Clabes praised the officer who saved a child by using deadly force on the man who took her hostage in a Wal-Mart in mid-June.

Feds: Sheriff's Killer Lied To Purchase Gun

June 27, 2013
The man accused of gunning down Mingo County (W.Va.) Sheriff Eugene Crum while he ate lunch in his cruiser lied about his history of mental illness to obtain firearms on five separate occasions.

Ind. Deputy Wounded, K-9 Killed In Standoff

June 25, 2013
Two Indiana State Police SWAT teams ended a 10-hour standoff late Monday with an emotionally disturbed former firefighter, who surrendered after wounding a deputy and killing a police dog.

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.

EMT Tackles Gunman, Saves NYPD Cop

June 10, 2013
A New York City EMT is being hailed as a hero for wrestling a gun away from a crazed man who had grabbed it from an NYPD officer and shot the officer's partner in front of a Harlem hospital.

Judge Accepts Insanity Plea from James Holmes

June 4, 2013
A judge on Tuesday allowed Aurora theater shooting suspect James Holmes to change his plea to not guilty by reason of insanity, ordered him to undergo a psychiatric examination and said authorities can inspect a notebook he sent to his psychiatrist.
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