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Casio G-Shock Unveils Latest Colorway for Men's Mudmaster

August 14, 2018
Casio G-Shock has unveiled the latest color addition to the rugged men's Mudmaster line (GG1000-1A8) in dark shades of blue and black. Part of the Master of G series, the timepiece is geared toward those who work in the toughest of conditions

Assault Charges Filed Against Baltimore Officer Over Punching Incident

August 14, 2018
Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby announced Tuesday that a grand jury has returned an indictment against former officer Arthur Williams, charging him with first- and second-degree assault and misconduct in office. A warrant has been issued for his arrest, Mosby said.

Wisconsin Pride Parade Organizers Say Officers Not Welcome

August 14, 2018
Police officers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison police and Dane County Sheriff's Office will not march in Madison's upcoming Pride Parade because some LGBTQ community members voiced concerns about feeling unsafe with officers participating armed and in uniform.

California Department Institutes Tighter Restrictions on Foot Pursuits

August 14, 2018
The Sacramento (CA) Police Department is reportedly making changes to its foot pursuit policy in the aftermath of the fatal shooting of Stephon Clark after chasing him into the backyard of his grandmother's house.

Video: Chicago Officer More Afraid of Media Scrutiny than Dying on Duty

August 14, 2018
Citing the "Ferguson effect," a 20-year veteran officer with the Chicago (IL) Police Department — speaking anonymously and with a concealed face and voice — told a local television news station that he is "more concerned about what the media is going to think about me, what they're going to put on the news, or how I'm going to be portrayed as this evil person" than of being killed in the line of duty.

California's High Court Rules in Favor of Police in Pursuit Accident Case

August 14, 2018
On Monday, the California Supreme Court unanimously ruled that a police department whose policy requires 100% of its officers to certify they have read and understood the vehicle-pursuit protocol is not liable for an accident even if all its members failed to sign.

FBI Agent Dies of 9/11-Related Illness

August 14, 2018
Supervisory Special Agent Brian Crews died as the result of cancer that he developed following his assignment to assist with search and rescue efforts at the World Trade Center site immediately following the 9/11 Terrorist Attacks.

California Officer Severely Injured in Collision with Semi-Truck

August 14, 2018
A police officer with the Oakland (CA) Police Department was seriously hurt after being involved in a collision with a semi-truck and a civilian vehicle at the Port of Oakland.

Chicago Officer More Afraid of Media Scrutiny than Dying on Duty

August 14, 2018
Citing the "Ferguson effect," a 20-year veteran officer with the Chicago (IL) Police Department — speaking anonymously and with a concealed face and voice — told a local television news station that he is "more concerned about what the media is going to think about me, what they're going to put on the news, or how I'm going to be portrayed as this evil person" than of being killed in the line of duty. More Here.

Florida Officers Escort Wounded Colleague's Son to First Day of School

August 13, 2018
Officer Kevin Valencia was shot in the face while responding to a domestic violence call in which the suspect reportedly ultimately killed four children before taking his own life. Orlando Police Chief John Mina said members of Valencia's squad took Caleb and his mother to school Friday.

Citizens Rally in Support of Pennsylvania Officer Charged with Manslaughter

August 13, 2018
Citizens showing support for law enforcement held a rally on Sunday backing South Whitehall Township Police Officer Jonathan Roselle, who now faces manslaughter charges for fatally shooting Joseph Santos two weeks ago.

Alleged Antifa Members Attack Officer, Launch Eggs and Fireworks into Crowds

August 13, 2018
Charlottesville, VA, police are investigating the assault of an officer who was knocked to the ground, swarmed by a group of masked subjects, and beaten during a demonstration marking the one-year anniversary of the violence in that Virginia city that left one woman dead.

California Highway Patrol Motor Officer Killed in Crash

August 10, 2018
Investigators say the officer pulled over an SUV when a third vehicle veered onto the shoulder "for unknown reasons" and hit the CHP motorcycle and the SUV.

2 Canadian Police Officers Killed in Friday Morning Shooting Identified

August 10, 2018
Police Chief Leanne Fitch said in a news conference that 45-year-old Lawrence Robert Costello, a 20-year veteran of the police force, and 43-year-old Sarah May Burns, who had been on the force for two years, were the officers who died.

Video: Suspect Opens Fire on Pennsylvania Troopers During Traffic Stop

August 10, 2018
Trooper Ryan Seiple — who pulled Clary over for speeding in Plainfield Township — was critically wounded in the incident. Kelly suffered a severed femoral artery in the shooting and spent 25 days in the hospital after nearly bleeding to death.

Suspect Opens Fire on Pennsylvania Troopers During Traffic Stop

August 10, 2018
Trooper Ryan Seiple — who pulled Clary over for speeding in Plainfield Township — was critically wounded in the incident. Kelly suffered a severed femoral artery in the shooting and spent 25 days in the hospital after nearly bleeding to death.

New Jersey Agency on Facebook: "We're Not ICE"

August 10, 2018
The Princeton (NJ) Police Department took to Facebook on Wednesday to declare to the citizens of that city that the agency is not Immigration Customs Enforcement. The post was made because someone — or perhaps many people — saw a recently repaired patrol vehicle that had not yet been fully outfitted with the department's decals.

California Chief Whose Son is Accused of Hate Crime Pens Emotional Facebook Post

August 10, 2018
In an emotional Facebook post, Union City Police Chief Darryl McAllister wrote, "Words can barely describe how embarrassed, dejected, and hurt my wife, daughters, and I feel right now."

New Jersey Officer Shot in Ambush Released from Hospital

August 10, 2018
One of the two detectives shot in a Tuesday night ambush in Camden, NJ, was released from the hospital on Thursday morning.

New Jersey Chief Resigns Amid Controversy, Criticism

August 10, 2018
Police Chief David Wayman will be retiring from the department and Captain Chris Battiloro will be appointed Acting Chief of Police.
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