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Miami Officer Picked to Be Ferguson Police Chief

April 1, 2016
Maj. Delrish Moss, a former homicide detective who serves as spokesman for the Miami Police Department, has been named the new chief of police for Ferguson, MO.

Officer Shortage Hits St. Louis City, County Police

March 29, 2016
The St. Louis County and Metropolitan Police Departments are joining others around the country in handing out "Help Wanted" signs, as more officers are leaving the force and fewer recruits are signing up to replace them.

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.

Video: Video Refutes Claims That St. Louis Police Held Children at Gunpoint

March 4, 2016
An allegation of children held at gunpoint by St. Louis police, which swept social media and led to a protest this week, was proven false by video from a patrol vehicle's dashboard camera, Police Chief Sam Dotson said Wednesday.

Video Refutes Claims That St. Louis Police Held Children at Gunpoint

March 4, 2016
An allegation of children held at gunpoint by St. Louis police, which swept social media and led to a protest this week, was proven false by video from a patrol vehicle's dashboard camera, Police Chief Sam Dotson said Wednesday. More Here.

Video: Controversial Missouri Professor Berates Police in "Appalling" New Video

February 16, 2016
An embattled University of Missouri professor has again found herself to be the subject of public scrutiny after a video surfaced that shows her engaged in a verbal confrontation with police.

Controversial Missouri Professor Berates Police in "Appalling" New Video

February 16, 2016
An embattled University of Missouri professor has again found herself to be the subject of public scrutiny after a video surfaced that shows her engaged in a verbal confrontation with police. More Here.

Missouri Officer Crashes into Wrong-Way Driver to Prevent Plummet Into River

February 16, 2016
Quick action by a tenacious Lake Ozark, MO, police officer likely helped prevent a motorist from driving off the Highway 54 median into the Osage River.

Joplin Police Solve Two Hit-and-Run Cases with Vigilant Solutions LPR Data

February 12, 2016
The Joplin Police Department in Missouri solved two recent hit-and-run cases with the assistance of license plate reader (LPR) data from Vigilant Solutions.

Video: DOJ Sues Ferguson After Council Votes to Revise Consent Decree

February 12, 2016
The U.S. Department of Justice accused Ferguson of numerous constitutional violations in a 56-page lawsuit filed Wednesday, saying that the City Council had in fact rejected a proposed agreement the night before — despite Ferguson officials repeated claims to the contrary.

DOJ Sues Ferguson After Council Votes to Revise Consent Decree

February 12, 2016
The U.S. Department of Justice accused Ferguson of numerous constitutional violations in a 56-page lawsuit filed Wednesday, saying that the City Council had in fact rejected a proposed agreement the night before — despite Ferguson officials repeated claims to the contrary. More Here.

Missouri Officer Seriously Wounded by Shooting Suspect

January 14, 2016
A Monroe City, MO, police officer was shot and seriously wounded Wednesday night by a man accused of shooting two other people, police say. More Here.

Video: Missouri Officer Seriously Wounded by Shooting Suspect

January 14, 2016
A Monroe City, MO, police officer was shot and seriously wounded Wednesday night by a man accused of shooting two other people, police say.

Missouri Deputies Give Out Monetary Gifts to Motorists for "Secret Santa"

December 20, 2015
Every year this anonymous, wealthy businessman gives out about $100,000 worth of $100 bills to random strangers. But this year, instead of doing it all himself, he deputized these deputies to give away much of it. More Here.

Video: Missouri Deputies Give Out Monetary Gifts to Motorists for "Secret Santa"

December 20, 2015
Every year this anonymous, wealthy businessman gives out about $100,000 worth of $100 bills to random strangers. But this year, instead of doing it all himself, he deputized these deputies to give away much of it.

Man Gets 18 Months for Hacking Missouri Police Union Website

December 8, 2015
A man has been ordered to spend a year and a half in federal prison for a cyberattack that disabled a St. Louis-area police union's website during unrest related to the fatal police shooting of Michael Brown.

Michael Brown's Family Gets 2016 Court Date for Wrongful Death Suit

November 23, 2015
A federal judge in St. Louis has scheduled an October 2016 trial in the case of Michael Brown Sr. and Lesley McSpadden against the city of Ferguson, its former police chief, and former officer Darren Wilson.

Video: Rookie St. Louis Officer Wounded in Shootout

November 23, 2015
A rookie St. Louis City police officer who just graduated from the academy last month is recovering after he was shot during a struggle with a suspect. Chief Sam Dotson says the officer was shot once in the left neck and shoulder area but is expected to be okay. The injury is described as non-life threatening.

Rookie St. Louis Officer Wounded in Shootout

November 23, 2015
A rookie St. Louis City police officer who just graduated from the academy last month is recovering after he was shot during a struggle with a suspect. Chief Sam Dotson says the officer was shot once in the left neck and shoulder area but is expected to be okay. The injury is described as non-life threatening. More Here.

DOJ Recommends Racial Bias Probe of St. Louis County Traffic Stops

October 2, 2015
But the county police's use of force between 2009 and 2013 was significantly lower than the national average, and the federal analysis of traffic stop data is not sufficient to provide actual evidence of bias in vehicle stops on the part of county police, the feds found.
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