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Sikhs Honor Officer Wounded During 2012 Temple Massacre

April 14, 2014
A Maryland-based Sikh organization has honored retired police officer Brian Murphy of the Oak Creek (Wis.) Police Department for his service when a gunman killed six worshippers at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin. During the incident, Murphy was shot 12 times.

Officer Who Survived Sikh Temple Shooting Retires

May 16, 2013
The Oak Creek (Wis.) Police officer who was hit by 12 rounds during the Sikh Temple shooting was forced to retire, after doctors wouldn't clear him to return to police work.

Video: Obama Honors 2013 Top Cops

May 13, 2013
President Obama celebrated more than 40 stand-out law enforcement officers Saturday during a White House ceremony. The group included a Sikh Temple shooting responder and LAPD officers who stopped an AK-wielding suspect.

Sikh Temple Cop Wins Chudwin Patrol Rifle Award

April 12, 2013
Oak Creek (Wis.) Police Officer Savan "Sam" Lenda will be honored as the 2013 winner of the Chudwin Award for Patrol Rifle Excellence for his role in ending the Sikh Temple shooting.. Officer Lenda will be honored at the National Patrol Rifle Conference and Competition in Detroit from June 2-4.

Wounded Wis. Cop Attends State of the Union

February 12, 2013
Oak Creek Police Lt. Brian Murphy, who was shot repeatedly while responding to the Sikh Temple massacre last August, will be a guest in the first lady’s box when President Barack Obama delivers his State of the Union address to Congress Tuesday night.

Obama Asks Police To Help Pass Gun Legislation

January 28, 2013
President Obama enlisted selected law enforcement leaders Monday to keep the political pressure on Congress to pass new gun-control legislation as a response to three public shootings.

Can You Multi-Task During an Active Shooter Event?

December 13, 2012
Basically, human multi-tasking is a myth. Dr. Edward Hallowell wrote that multi-tasking is "mythical activity in which people believe they can perform two or more tasks simultaneously as effectively as one."

FBI: Sikh Temple Shooter Acted Alone

November 21, 2012
Fitting the lone-wolf profile of many active shooters, Wade Michael Page wasn't assisted in his attack on the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin that killed six and wounded four, including an officer, in August, according the the FBI.

Wounded Sikh Temple Officer Recounts Shooting

October 29, 2012
When bullets, blood and terror came to the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin on that Sunday morning, Aug. 5, Oak Creek Police Lt. Brian Murphy would not give in.

IACP 2012: Chief, Officer Discuss Sikh Temple Shooting

October 1, 2012
The Oak Creek (Wis.) Police officer who helped end the Sikh Temple shooting rampage and his police chief urged their colleagues to provide their officers with the training and equipment needed to respond to active shooters at the IACP show in San Diego.

Police Links: Lady Cop

September 28, 2012
Did you ever read comic books as a kid? If so, maybe you knew that once upon a time there was a DC Comics heroine called Lady Cop.

Can You Prevent Mass Shootings?

September 12, 2012

Thanks to two active shooters, it's been a summer of terror for the American public. What's good is that people are actually talking about what can be done to curb these shootings and how to respond to them. And that includes law enforcement.

Video: Sikh Temple Dash Cam Videos Released

September 10, 2012
Wisconsin authorities released two video clips Monday showing gunfights between Oak Creek (Wis.) Police officers and the Sikh temple shooting suspect. Officer Sam Lenda halted the shooting when he fatally shot Page with his patrol rifle.

Sikh Temple Shooting

September 10, 2012

The Oak Creek (Wis.) Police Department released dash-cam footage from the Sikh temple shooting showing gun fights between two officers and the suspect. Read the full story here.

Sheriff Releases 911 Calls From Sikh Temple Shooting

August 20, 2012
The Milwaukee County (Wis.) Sheriff's Office has released a recording of the 911 calls it received from people on Aug. 5 reporting that a gunman was shooting people at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin in Oak Creek.

FBI: Sikh Temple Shooter Killed Self

August 8, 2012
Wade Michael Page, the gunman believed to be responsible for killing a half-dozen people at a Sikh temple outside Milwaukee on Sunday, died after shooting himself in the head, officials said at a Wednesday briefing.

Wounded Officer Faced Hail of Bullets at Sikh Temple

August 6, 2012
Lt. Brian Murphy, a 21-year veteran of the Oak Creek Police Department, was struck by nine bullets fired by Wade Michael Page, who opened fire inside Sikh Temple of Wisconsin at about 10:25 a.m. Sunday.

Sikh Temple Shooter Was White Supremacist, Army Vet

August 6, 2012
The shooter who opened fire before worship services Sunday at the Sikh Temple in Oak Creek, Wis., and killed six people before he was killed by police is Wade Michael Page, a 40-year-old Army veteran who served in the military approximately between 1992 and 1998.

Chief: Officer Response Limited Sikh Temple Tragedy

August 6, 2012
An Oak Creek police officer was helping a victim outside the temple when the gunman opened fire on him. A second Oak Creek officer returned fire, killing the shooter. Their names have not been released.

FBI: Sikh Temple Shooter's Motive Unclear

August 6, 2012
Oak Creek Police Chief John Edwards said the mass shooting is being treated as an incident of domestic terrorism. But FBI representatives later backed away from that categorization, saying they were still investigating motive.
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