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North Carolina Police Chief, Former Sworn Officer Cannot Carry Badge or Gun

April 18, 2016
The unusual designation means Clark can supervise the department, but he cannot wear a badge, carry a department-issued gun or make arrests

Video: North Carolina Officer Will Not Be Charged in February Shooting

April 14, 2016
The Raleigh, NC, officer who shot Akiel Denkins in February will not be charged with a crime, Wake County District Attorney Lorrin Freeman announced Wednesday.

North Carolina Officer Will Not Be Charged in February Shooting

April 14, 2016
The Raleigh, NC, officer who shot Akiel Denkins in February will not be charged with a crime, Wake County District Attorney Lorrin Freeman announced Wednesday. More Here.

Suspect Shoots NC Officer in Jail Booking Area

March 21, 2016
A police officer in North Carolina was shot by a peeping suspect in the booking area of the county jail, authorities said Monday.

North Carolina Deputies Disciplined for Allowing Sucker Punch at Trump Rally

March 17, 2016
Five Cumberland County (NC) Sheriff's deputies have been disciplined in response to a Donald Trump supporter allegedly sucker punching a protestor at a rally in Fayetteville last week.

Video: Family No Longer Sleeping on Floor Thanks to Charlotte Officer

March 8, 2016
When Officer Zoerb learned that the woman's children had been sleeping on the floor for more than six months, he teamed up with a nonprofit charity to help get the family back on track.

Family No Longer Sleeping on Floor Thanks to Charlotte Officer

March 8, 2016
When Officer Zoerb learned that the woman's children had been sleeping on the floor for more than six months, he teamed up with a nonprofit charity to help get the family back on track. More Here.

Raleigh Tense After Fatal Police Shooting

March 1, 2016
Shortly after noon police were trying to arrest a black man on a felony drug charge when an officer shot him, said Raleigh Police Chief Cassandra Deck-Brown. Speaking at an afternoon press conference, Deck-Brown did not provide many details, saying only that the officer was chasing the man on foot when the man “was shot and killed by the officer.”

Video: Raleigh Police Union to Vote on Beyonce Concert Boycott

February 23, 2016
The Raleigh Police Protective Association is expected to vote Tuesday evening on whether to boycott providing security for Beyonce's upcoming concert at Carter-Finley stadium on May 3.

Raleigh Police Union to Vote on Beyonce Concert Boycott

February 23, 2016
The Raleigh Police Protective Association is expected to vote Tuesday evening on whether to boycott providing security for Beyonce's upcoming concert at Carter-Finley stadium on May 3. More Here.

North Carolina Deputy Ambushed and Stomped Off-Duty at Child's Party

February 11, 2016
Gabriel Moreno asked to speak to him outside. The other three men were hiding behind parked cars outside, and when the deputy came out, they attacked him, Sheriff Donnie Harrison said.

TASER Use Restricted in 5 States by U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals

January 15, 2016
The decision applies in the five states in the 4th Circuit. The N.C. Justice Academy advised law enforcement agencies to revise their Taser policies to comply.

North Carolina Officer Shot and Dragged After Traffic Stop

January 4, 2016
A Winston-Salem, NC, police officer and a suspect were wounded in a shooting following a traffic stop early Monday morning.

North Carolina Troopers on Food Stamps, Taking Second Jobs Amid Pay Fight

November 27, 2015
About 800 troopers — equivalent to half the force — have joined a class-action lawsuit arguing that the state promised a schedule of regular pay increases when they were hired, but reneged because of budget problems.

Video: NC Department Creates Doritos Ad Featuring Hungry K-9 Officer

November 17, 2015
The Fayetteville (NC) Police Department has been working on its image with the younger crowd, and their attempt at a Doritos commercial just might do the trick.

NC Department Creates Doritos Ad Featuring Hungry K-9 Officer

November 17, 2015
The Fayetteville (NC) Police Department has been working on its image with the younger crowd, and their attempt at a Doritos commercial just might do the trick. More Here.

North Carolina Police Station Mural Tagged with "Kill a Cop" Graffiti

October 19, 2015
The new police station in Garner, NC, sports a mural on the outside, and on Friday it was defaced with this message: “Kill A Cop, Save A Child.” More Here.

Video: North Carolina Police Station Mural Tagged with "Kill a Cop" Graffiti

October 19, 2015
The new police station in Garner, NC, sports a mural on the outside, and on Friday it was defaced with this message: “Kill A Cop, Save A Child.”

Cherokee Indian Officer Dies from On-Duty Injuries

October 9, 2015
Lossiah had been with the department for more than 17 years and served in numerous capacities, including as tribal complex security, a juvenile officer, and a child victim unit detective.

Charlotte Reaches Settlement with Officer Charged in Fatal Shooting

October 8, 2015
Kerrick was tried earlier this year on a voluntary manslaughter charge, but a jury was unable to reach a verdict. Prosecutors then decided to drop the charge rather than try the case again.
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