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U.S. Marshals and Cleveland SWAT Corner Fugitive

January 7, 2012
Members of the U.S. Marshals Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force (NOVFTF) and officers with Cleveland Police SWAT have arrested one of the leaders of the Heartless Felons gang.

Ga. Parole Board to Determine Fate of Convicted Cop Killer

September 19, 2011
Georgia's Board of Pardons and Paroles is now meeting to determine whether to grant clemency to Troy Anthony Davis or allow his execution set for Wednesday to go forward as planned. Davis sits on death row for the 1989 murder of an off-duty Savannah police officer, Mark Allen MacPhail.

Calif. Gov. Approves Release for 81% of Convicted Killers

September 8, 2011
So far, Gov. Brown has upheld 207 of the parole board's 253 decisions to release convicted killers, as a response to the U.S. Supreme Court's mandate to the state reduce overcrowded prison populations.

Chicago Cop's Accused Killer Denied Bail

July 27, 2011
Antwon Carter, 24, has been charged with murder and attempted robbery in the fatal shooting of Officer Michael Bailey. As detectives investigated the case, Carter was sitting in the Illinois Department of Corrections on a parole violation.

Line-of-Duty Deaths: The War on Cops

July 25, 2011

A cursory glance at the numbers seemingly underscores such concerns. Thirty-one officers were feloniously shot and killed from January through mid-May 2011—a 34 percent increase over the same period a year before.

Calif. Parolees Include Meth Addict with Flame Thrower

July 21, 2011
Law enforcement leaders around the county say state cutbacks leading to the freeing of so-called nonviolent offenders will lead to the release of offenders who are clearly a danger to society.

Parolee Fired on 2 Chicago Officers

July 21, 2011
A parolee has been charged with firing on two Chicago Police officers in the West Garfield Park neighborhood. Daniel Jones, 27, is charged with firing on the officers who had approached him during an apparent drug deal with a second person.

California's Criminal Database Poorly Maintained

July 18, 2011
California's criminal records system is so poorly maintained that it routinely fails to alert officials to stop child abusers from working at schools and violent felons from buying guns.

Parolees: The Revolving Door

July 18, 2011

In California, prisoners are now being released left and right. Last January the California state legislature voted into law a measure that allows the state to release "non-violent offenders" from state prison with very limited parole supervision.

S.C. Deputy Fatally Shot Searching Home

July 14, 2011
Dep. Roger Rice, who had completed police training in January, died as a result of gunfire sustained during a shootout with Bennie Ray Brown Jr., who had been released from jail two weeks ago and has a 20-year arrest record in the state.

Parolee Arrested After Firing at Calif. Officer

May 4, 2011
After Lt. Brian Addington saw Jones run a stop sign in his gold Cadillac, the officer pursued him to a parking lot, where Jones struck a retaining wall. He then exited the vehicle and began firing at the officer.

Shots Fired: Clackamas County, Oregon, 12/05/2005

April 12, 2011

Seemingly as insensate to his own pain as that he inflicted on others, Donald Graham also possessed a reputation as a man who backed his words. And no promise meant more to him than the one he'd made his wife that he'd never go back to prison. He'd do what he had to do.

Five Underused Phrases in Law Enforcement..and Some Other Things to Think About

April 12, 2011
In recent days I've been thinking about the language that we use in law enforcement, not just the words we say daily, but also the words we seldom get to say. Here's a look at some words and phrases that all cops would like to be able to say more often or should say more often to make their jobs easier.

Tennessee Cop's Suspected Killer Identified

April 3, 2011
Jesse Mathews, who is wanted in Colorado on robbery warrants, is suspected of fatally shooting Sgt. Timothy Chapin and wounding Officer Lorin Johnston during a pursuit after an armed robbery at the U.S. Money Shops on Saturday.

Tenn. Sgt. Killed In Gunfight With Prison Escapee Wearing Kevlar Vest

April 2, 2011
Sgt. James Timothy Chapin, a 26-year veteran, was shot in the head during a foot pursuit with the suspect, whose Kevlar vest protected him from numerous police bullets. A bullet from the suspect struck a second officer, Lorin Johnston, in his ballistic vest.

Parole Officer In Indy Cop's Slaying Fired

February 12, 2011
Billie Ruffner, a 28-year veteran of the DOC, apparently failed to do monthly checks on Thomas Hardy, which allowed him to go free. Hardy is accused of murdering Officer David Moore during a traffic stop Jan. 23.

Gang Parolee Fires At Oakland Cops

February 7, 2011
An alleged gang member released from prison several weeks ago fired on officers responding to the shots-fired call, after he fired at another vehicle on Saturday in North Oakland.

Oakland Cop Shoots Man Who Exited Vehicle With Two Weapons

January 27, 2011
Martin Flenaugh, 19, was the passenger in a car driven by parolee Jerome Brown, 24, who was arrested after a foot pursuit. Brown has convictions for possession of stolen property and being an accessory.

Indiana Suspends Parole Officer Who Monitored Indy Cop's Alleged Killer

January 26, 2011
Investigators are still attempting to link Hardy to Moore's shooting and have been given until Friday by a judge to charge him with the crime.

Parolee Shoots L.A. County Deputy In the Face

January 13, 2011
Nestor Torres, a shot-caller with the Lott Stoners gang, shot Ahmed, 27, as the officer approached him. The training officer then returned fire, killing Torres.
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