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Federal Marshals Seize Personal Property of FL Officer Over $22.4 Million Shooting Verdict

January 12, 2017
Federal marshals have seized the car, furniture and other belongings of a Palm Beach County sheriff's sergeant who was found liable by a jury for shooting an unarmed man, leaving him paralyzed.

Tragedy in Bakersfield

January 10, 2017

Activists who have never been trained as law enforcement officers have demanded to know why officers didn't use other force options.

Monday Ruling by U.S. Supreme Court Could Reduce Lawsuits Against Officers

January 10, 2017
This decision makes it much harder to sue the police, because almost all confrontations have unique features that could be used to block lawsuits. In essence, the court is signaling that it wants fewer suits against officers in the lower courts, and is chiding the appellate courts for allowing such suits.

KY Deputy Shot Twice, Injured in Shootout

January 5, 2017
Police say a Lincoln County (KY) Sheriff's Office deputy was shot by a drug suspect during a traffic stop in Lancaster Wednesday afternoon.

Footage Released of April AZ Wal-Mart Shootout Where Officers Wounded, Suspect Killed

January 4, 2017
Newly-released surveillance video shows the moment a suspect pulled out a gun inside a Wal-Mart and opened fire on two Chandler police officers, striking both men multiple times. More Here.

Video: Footage Released of April AZ Wal-Mart Shootout Where Officers Wounded, Suspect Killed

January 4, 2017
Newly-released surveillance video shows the moment a suspect pulled out a gun inside a Wal-Mart and opened fire on two Chandler police officers, striking both men multiple times.

MD Deputy Recovering, Stands With Help After Shooting

January 3, 2017
The Queen Anne's County (MD) Sheriff's Office posted a photo on Facebook Monday showing Deputy First Class Warren Scott Hogan standing up in a hospital room with help from a walker and a hospital employee.

Canadian Officer Shot with Crossbow, Suspect Killed

December 27, 2016
A London, Ontario, Canada, police officer was shot with a crossbow during a confrontation that led to the shooting death of a man Friday morning, sources say.

CA Chief Asks FBI to Review OIS of 73-Year-Old Man

December 20, 2016
Chief Lyle Martin has requested an examination of "the facts and evidence" surrounding the death of Francisco Serna "to increase transparency and trust within our community." The FBI investigation will be independent of probes now underway by the department and the Kern County district attorney’s office.

New Orleans to Pay $13.3 Million to Settle Lawsuits Over Katrina Police Shootings

December 20, 2016
Seventeen plaintiffs involved in civil lawsuits over police shootings that happened just before and during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina will split a $13.3 million settlement, Mayor Mitch Landrieu announced at a press conference Monday afternoon.

LA Teen Accused of Hitting Deputy with Stolen Car, Shooting at Patrol Cars

December 16, 2016
Officers fired at a teenager who's accused of shooting at patrol cars during a chase and hitting a sheriff's deputy with a stolen car, a suburban New Orleans sheriff's spokesman said.

Former Officer Charged Over Shooting That Sparked Milwaukee Riots

December 15, 2016
Former Milwaukee police officer Dominque Heaggan-Brown who shot and killed Sylville Smith in September, sparking days of rioting in the city's Sherman Park neighborhood, has been charged with first-degree reckless homicide.

CA Officers Say Fatal OIS of Retiree Occurred Because He Wouldn't Show Hands

December 14, 2016
The neighbor's friend unlocked her car door and Serna began looking inside the car. At that point, the neighbor ran to her house and told her husband to call the police because there was a man outside with a gun, police said.

Los Angeles to Pay $8 Million Over 3 LAPD Shootings

December 13, 2016
The Los Angeles City Council agreed Tuesday to pay more than $8 million to settle lawsuits filed by relatives of three men who were shot and killed by LAPD officers.

Video: SRO Shoots Knife-Wielding Student at NV High School

December 8, 2016
A Nevada high school student who was shot by a resource officer Wednesday was armed with at least one knife and was threatening others, which prompted the officer to raise his weapon, police said.

SRO Shoots Knife-Wielding Student at NV High School

December 8, 2016
A Nevada high school student who was shot by a resource officer Wednesday was armed with at least one knife and was threatening others, which prompted the officer to raise his weapon, police said. More Here.

Mistrial Declared in Murder Trial of Former SC Officer

December 5, 2016
A judge declared a mistrial Monday afternoon in the fatal shooting of a man by a South Carolina former patrolman, after the jury said they could not come to a unanimous verdict.

L.A. Tentatively Agrees to $4 Million Settlement in Fatal LAPD OIS

December 2, 2016
Attorneys for the city of Los Angeles have agreed to pay $4 million to settle a lawsuit filed by the family of an unarmed homeless man fatally shot by an LAPD officer in Venice Beach, CA, court records show.

NC Officer Hit By Bullet Was Shot By Another Officer

December 1, 2016
A police officer who was shot while responding to a break-in call at an apartment Wednesday afternoon was hit by a round fired by another Raleigh, NC, police officer, according to the police department.

2 Officers Shot in Tucson OIS, Suspect Dead

December 1, 2016
Two Tucson, AZ, police officers attempting to arrest a man on an aggravated assault warrant were shot when they exchanged gunfire with the suspect, who was killed.
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