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Medal of Valor Awarded to Officers Who Responded to San Bernardino Terrorist Attack

September 12, 2016
Six officers who responded to the San Bernardino shooting massacre in December were among those awarded the Medal of Valor in California on Monday.

New Police Foundation Report Chronicles Police Response to San Bernardino Terror Attack

September 9, 2016
A previously undisclosed Police Foundation report chronicles in vivid detail the Dec. 2 terrorist attack in San Bernardino, Calif., that killed 14 people and wounded 24 others. A husband and wife who had pledged allegiance to the Islamic State committed the rampage and died hours later in a shootout with the police.

California Woman Pleads Guilty to Using Mannequins for Threats Against Deputies

March 29, 2016
Authorities say a Southern California woman has pleaded guilty to hanging seven mannequins with the names of deputies and bull's-eye targets drawn on them.

Mannequins With Bulls-Eye Targets, Deputy Names Found Hanging Across California County

March 4, 2016
More than two dozen people were taken into police custody this week in an investigation into several mannequins left in parks and several other San Bernardino County, CA, locations as an apparent threat against law enforcement officers.

Lessons Learned from a Very Bloody Week

January 28, 2016

It will be many months before we have the final reports on the Colorado Springs and San Bernardino active shooter attacks. But initial reports can give us an outline of what occurred during these two bloody incidents and perhaps enough insight to yield some important lessons learned.

California Deputies Tell Story of Their Shootout with San Bernardino Terrorists

January 7, 2016
"It was very, very frightening. I was very scared," Wallen said. "I exited the vehicle. Both suspects were firing at me." More Here.

Video: California Deputies Tell Story of Their Shootout with San Bernardino Terrorists

January 7, 2016
"It was very, very frightening. I was very scared," Wallen said. "I exited the vehicle. Both suspects were firing at me."

Police Tactics in San Bernardino Rampage Win High Praise From Experts

December 4, 2015
"There was a very short response time, they did a follow-up very rapidly and got on top of the suspects," said Scott Reitz, a former Los Angeles Police Department SWAT officer and instructor. "I'm absolutely impressed."

California Massacre Suspects Could Have Domestic and Foreign Terror Links

December 3, 2015
But authorities told NBC News on Thursday that Farook appeared to have been radicalized. They said he had been in touch with people in the Los Angeles area who have expressed jihadist-oriented views.

Fatalities Confirmed in Southern California Shooting; Police Search for Armed Assailants

December 2, 2015
Police are now searching for a black sport utility vehicle that fled the scene of a mass shooting that left up to 20 people injured inside of a San Bernardino, CA, social services office on Wednesday morning.

Man Paid $650K for On-Video Beating by California Deputies in April Arrested on New Assault Charge

October 22, 2015
San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department deputies say that Francis Pusok has been arrested in a reported assault.

Video: California Deputies Shoot Wrong-Way Driver from Helicopter, Ending Vehicle Pursuit

September 21, 2015
Deputies inside a sheriff's helicopter realized the suspect was a threat to the public's safety and began firing shots at his car. He then bailed out of the moving vehicle, which then crashed head-on into a blue Dodge Durango.

4 California Deputies to Get Congressional Badge of Bravery for Dorner, Fire Rescues

September 18, 2015
Four San Bernardino County, Calif., sheriff’s deputies have been awarded the Congressional Badge of Bravery.

$650,000 Settlement Reached in Beating by California Deputies

April 21, 2015
The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors has agreed to pay $650,000 to a man who was punched and kicked by a group of San Bernardino County, Calif., deputies following a pursuit on horseback.

Video: California Sheriff Investigating Deputies' Use of Force After Viewing Video of Desert Arrest

April 10, 2015
The San Bernardino County Sheriff ordered an internal investigation Thursday into an arrest caught on an NBC Los Angeles' NewsChopper4 video that showed deputies beating a suspect when they caught up to him following a wild desert chase on horseback.

California Sheriff Investigating Deputies' Use of Force After Viewing Video of Desert Arrest

April 10, 2015
The San Bernardino County Sheriff ordered an internal investigation Thursday into an arrest caught on NBC Los Angeles' NewsChopper4 video that showed deputies beating a suspect when they caught up to him following a wild desert chase on horseback. More Here.

Coroner's Report on Christopher Dorner Released, Suicide Confirmed

October 6, 2014
Trapped and surrounded in a cabin in Big Bear, Calif., at the end of an exhaustive and violent manhunt, ex-Los Angeles Police Officer Christopher Dorner shot himself in the basement as the building burned above him, an autopsy report confirmed Friday.

Report Says Dorner Manhunt Plagued by Communications Problems

May 6, 2014
“This incident represents a sentinel event in American policing – one that serves as a warning of needed changes in the public safety system,” said Police Foundation President Jim Bueermann, who put the Foundation's review team together. “A trained former police officer was hunting police officers and their families, exploiting geo-political, jurisdictional and technological boundaries and using legally-acquired, sophisticated, high-powered weaponry.”

Off-duty Calif. Officer Killed in Motorcycle Crash

May 1, 2014
An off-duty police officer was killed in an accident on a freeway in Southern California on Thursday morning.

Three Men Arrested for Fake Carjacking April Fools' Prank

April 3, 2014
Three men were arrested Tuesday night by San Bernardino County (Calif.) Sheriff's deputies after they reportedly staged a carjacking at a Hesperia In-N-Out hamburger restaurant, apparently in an effort to play a prank on their friend.
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