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Grand Jury Given Till January to Consider Charges Against Ferguson Officer

September 16, 2014
A grand jury in Missouri now has more time to decide whether Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson should be charged for the shooting death of teenager Michael Brown.

FBI Investigating Missouri Officer's Use of Stun Gun on Teen

September 16, 2014
The FBI said Monday it had launched an investigation into an incident that left a 17-year-old hospitalized after he was subdued by an Independence police officer with a stun gun.

St. Louis Chief Seeks Body Cameras, Plans to Establish Deadly Force Investigation Unit

September 11, 2014
The department, Dotson said, will seek about $1 million from City Hall to outfit 900 officers with body cameras to record their interactions with civilians.

Missouri Trooper Not Charged in Drowning

September 9, 2014
A special prosecutor said Monday that she wouldn't criminally charge the Missouri state trooper who handcuffed 20-year-old Brandon Ellingson before he drowned in the Lake of the Ozarks while being transported by boat.

Video: Missouri Officer Survives Shot to His Gun Belt

September 8, 2014
A St. Louis County police officer survived after being shot in his gun belt by a fleeing suspect.

Missouri Officer Survives Shot to His Gun Belt

September 8, 2014

A police officer was shot overnight in north St. Louis County, Mo., and the search is on for the suspect. Police officials are reporting one of the rounds struck the officer in his gun belt. The second officer, a Velda City Police Officer, returned fire at the suspect. The vehicle fled the scene. Read More Here.

Ferguson Police Begin Using Body-worn Cameras

September 1, 2014
Ferguson Police are now wearing 50 donated body camera, expecting to outfit all of their patrol officers.

Bills for Extra LE Response for Ferguson, Mo., Coming Due

August 29, 2014
Now that the unrest in Ferguson, Mo., apparently has subsided, the bills soon will come due. No one doubts the cost is well into the millions, and every agency is looking to the state to pay for it.

St. Louis Officers Shoot, KIll Knife-Wielding Man, Crowd Yells "Ferguson" Chants

August 19, 2014
"The store owner and the alderwoman said the suspect was armed with a knife, acting erratically, pacing back and forth in the street, talking to himself," said Chief Dotson, who spoke at the scene.

Woman Calls St. Louis Radio Show with Officer's Side of Ferguson Shooting

August 19, 2014
According to the version on KFTK, phoned in by the woman who identified herself as "Josie" and said she was a friend of Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson's significant other, the altercation began after Wilson rolled down his window to tell Brown and a friend to stop walking in the street.

"This is Not the Time for Peace," Outside Militants in Ferguson Say

August 19, 2014
Some of the men are from the area; many others -- it is hard to quantify the percentage -- have arrived by bus and by car from Chicago, Detroit, Brooklyn and elsewhere.

Video: Police Wives Show Support for Ferguson Police

August 18, 2014
Police associations are using social media to garner support for the police officers working to keep the peace in Ferguson, Mo. Support messages are pouring in on web sites like the St. Louis Police Wives' Association.

National Guard Military Police Heading to Ferguson

August 18, 2014

Missouri National Guard military police in South St. Louis are gearing up to respond to the crisis in Ferguson. Monday morning, crews began packing up vehicles to head to the base at Lambert Airport.

Ferguson Police Chief Appears on Fox News

August 18, 2014

Ferguson (Mo.) Police Chief Thomas Jackson appeared on Fox News recently talking about how the law enforcement responsibilities in Ferguson are being handled.

Police Wives Show Support for Ferguson Police

August 18, 2014

Police associations are using social media to show support for the police officers working to keep the peace in Ferguson, Mo. Support messages are pouring in on web sites like the St. Louis Police Wives' Association.

Read More Here.

Video: Highway Patrol Brings Relative Calm to Ferguson, Mo.

August 15, 2014
In Ferguson, Mo., yesterday, as the Missouri Highway Patrol took over a stunning change in tone radiated through the suburban streets where protests had turned violent each of the last four evenings following the police shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown.

Highway Patrol Brings Relative Calm to Ferguson, Mo.

August 15, 2014

In Ferguson, Mo., yesterday, a stunning change in tone radiated through the suburban streets where protests had turned violent each of the last four evenings following the police shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown. Read Story Here.

Threats Delay Release of Officer's Name in Controversial Missouri OIS

August 12, 2014
The department said threats had been made against the city’s police and the involved officer on social media.

Kansas City Officer's Dance-off with Kid

August 12, 2014
A rookie Kansas City (Mo.) police officer made quite an impression on a group of children when he exited his patrol car and busted a dance move.

Kansas City Officer's Dance-off with Kid

August 12, 2014

Kansas City (Mo.) police officer J. Krebs loves to dance, so when he and his partner drove by these dancing little ones while on partol, Krebs’ partner challenged the 26-year-old rookie cop to show off his breakdancing, moonwalking and more, and to see if he could out dance the kids.

Read More Here

 

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