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Portland Police Chief Retires Amid Probe into Shooting

June 28, 2016
The police chief of Portland, OR, is retiring as authorities continue to probe a hunting accident in which he mistakenly shot and injured a friend, the mayor of Portland announced Monday.

After 3 Chiefs in 9 Days and Multiple Scandals, Oakland PD Now Run by City Admin

June 20, 2016
A visibly frustrated Mayor Libby Schaaf revealed the probe at a news conference Friday night that she began with a simple declaration: “I am here to run a police department, not a frat house.” With that, she disclosed that her city’s department, already engulfed in a sex scandal, was also being probed for racist communications that were “wholly inappropriate and not acceptable for anyone who wears the badge of the Oakland Police Department.” More Here.

Video: After 3 Chiefs in 9 Days and Multiple Scandals, Oakland PD Now Run by City Admin

June 20, 2016
A visibly frustrated Mayor Libby Schaaf revealed the probe at a news conference Friday night that she began with a simple declaration: “I am here to run a police department, not a frat house.” With that, she disclosed that her city’s department, already engulfed in a sex scandal, was also being probed for racist communications that were “wholly inappropriate and not acceptable for anyone who wears the badge of the Oakland Police Department.”

Orlando Chief Sends Inspirational E-Mail to Officers After Nightclub Massacre

June 13, 2016
"On the darkest day of my 25 years at the Orlando Police Department, I wanted to take a moment to tell all of you how proud I am of the work you have done today and will do over the next days and weeks."

Milwaukee Chief Slammed by Council for Telling People How Not to Get Shot

June 7, 2016
Faced with growing complaints about his department's handling of a spike in carjackings and his own comments about how to avoid getting shot, Milwaukee Police Chief Edward Flynn defended himself at a contentious Common Council committee meeting Monday. More Here.

Video: Milwaukee Chief Slammed by Council for Telling People How Not to Get Shot

June 7, 2016
Faced with growing complaints about his department's handling of a spike in carjackings and his own comments about how to avoid getting shot, Milwaukee Police Chief Edward Flynn defended himself at a contentious Common Council committee meeting Monday.

Video: Los Angeles Police Union Sues Chief Over "Improper Influence" in Disciplinary Process

May 20, 2016
The union says the city charter section, which requires two command officers to be board members, is a violation of the 14th Amendment because the officers “owe their rank to the chief.” They are hoping the federal court agrees.

Los Angeles Police Union Sues Chief Over "Improper Influence" in Disciplinary Process

May 20, 2016
The union says the city charter section, which requires two command officers to be board members, is a violation of the 14th Amendment because the officers “owe their rank to the chief.” They are hoping the federal court agrees. More Here.

Mayor Forces San Francisco Chief to Resign After Police Shooting

May 20, 2016
Mayor Ed Lee, who announced the resignation at a news conference late Thursday afternoon said he asked Suhr, who has served in the city's police department for more than 30 years, to resign. More Here.

Video: Mayor Forces San Francisco Chief to Resign After Police Shooting

May 20, 2016
Mayor Ed Lee, who announced the resignation at a news conference late Thursday afternoon said he asked Suhr, who has served in the city's police department for more than 30 years, to resign.

Ferguson to Swear in New Police Chief

May 9, 2016
Ferguson, MO, the St. Louis suburb that erupted into weeks of racially charged protests after a police officer killed an unarmed teen in 2014--an act of force that was proven to be justified by a county grand jury and a DOJ investigation--is slated to swear in its first African-American police chief Monday.

Vacationing Texas Police Chief Helps NYPD Arrest Suspect

May 2, 2016
A Texas police chief vacationing in New York City intervened in a fight between an alleged thief and a store security officer on the street, and helped arrest the suspect, the NYPD said. More Here.

Willie Williams, LAPD’s First Black Police Chief, Dies at 72

April 28, 2016
Willie Williams, who became Los Angeles’ first African American police chief in the aftermath of the 1992 riots, has died. He was 72.

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

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.

University of Oregon Police Chief Paid to Leave Following Lawsuit

March 7, 2016
The University of Oregon paid its police chief, Carolyn McDermed, $46,000 to leave the position, officials said Friday.

Video: Local Police Chief Hailed as Hero for Killing Kansas Active Shooter

February 27, 2016
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback on Friday said that Hesston Police Chief Doug Schroeder shot and killed Excel active shooter Cedric Ford. Schroeder was among the first on the scene and shot and killed Ford as he was being fired upon.

Local Police Chief Hailed as Hero for Killing Kansas Active Shooter

February 27, 2016
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback on Friday said that Hesston Police Chief Doug Schroeder shot and killed Excel active shooter Cedric Ford. Schroeder was among the first on the scene and shot and killed Ford as he was being fired upon. More Here.

Massachusetts Chief Helps Foil Bank Robbery Getaway

February 2, 2016
“I still like to keep my hand in the action. You try not to forget where you came from,” said Heagney, a police officer for 17 years and chief for the past five years.

Chiefs, Officials, and Trainers Draft Use-of-Force Guidelines to Reduce Officer-Involved Shootings

February 1, 2016
Among reforms discussed at length were retraining all officers in deescalation tactics and abandoning training that teaches the “21-foot-rule” — a turn of phrase taught to nearly all current U.S. police officers that is often interpreted by officers to mean they are justified in shooting any suspect with a knife or edged weapon who comes within 21 feet of them.
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