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Indianapolis Police Post Photo on Facebook of Children Praying for Officer Father

July 19, 2016
A photo shared by the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department on Facebook Sunday is touching hearts across the country, as it shows children praying for the safe return of their police officer father.

Video: Florida Sheriff Slams Media for Reports Deputies Let Girl Carjackers Drown After Crash

April 26, 2016
Sheriff Gualtieri posted a different dashcam video from a second cruiser on the department's Facebook page showing two officers walking by with clothes in hand. Gualtieri said that deputies waded into the water and tried to save the girls - and that the video proves it.

Georgia Officers' Kindness Helps Grieving Mother After Baby's Death

April 19, 2016
The story of an act of kindness by two Conyers, GA, police officers that helped bring closure to a grieving mother is going viral.

'Angry Cops' Officer Disciplined for Viral Videos Back On Duty

March 21, 2016
The Buffalo, NY officer returned to work late Wednesday after serving a 22-day unpaid suspension and agreeing to obey the department's social media policy, which he violated by appearing in a police uniform and portraying himself in off-the-wall situations that police brass felt demeaned the force.

Video: Video Refutes Claims That St. Louis Police Held Children at Gunpoint

March 4, 2016
An allegation of children held at gunpoint by St. Louis police, which swept social media and led to a protest this week, was proven false by video from a patrol vehicle's dashboard camera, Police Chief Sam Dotson said Wednesday.

Video Refutes Claims That St. Louis Police Held Children at Gunpoint

March 4, 2016
An allegation of children held at gunpoint by St. Louis police, which swept social media and led to a protest this week, was proven false by video from a patrol vehicle's dashboard camera, Police Chief Sam Dotson said Wednesday. More Here.

Utah Officers Arrest Man Who Taunted Them on Facebook and Then Taunt Him Back

February 27, 2016
Orem police Lt. Craig Martinez said they were notified of the post days ago that showed a man standing in front of a patrol car. The caption used a derogatory term for police and questioned why they were in his “‘hood.”

2 Ohio Men Arrested After Threatening to Commit Random Shootings in Streaming Video

February 25, 2016
After they got the viewers, police say they headed out to complete the mission, but a Periscope viewer in South Carolina spotted what was happening. More Here.

Video: 2 Ohio Men Arrested After Threatening to Commit Random Shootings in Streaming Video

February 25, 2016
After they got the viewers, police say they headed out to complete the mission, but a Periscope viewer in South Carolina spotted what was happening.

Video: Buffalo Officer Suspended Without Pay Over Vine Videos

February 23, 2016
A three-year veteran of the Buffalo (NY) Police Department assigned to the Housing Unit was suspended without pay Monday afternoon for violating the department's social media policy.

Buffalo Officer Suspended Without Pay Over Vine Videos

February 23, 2016
A three-year veteran of the Buffalo (NY) Police Department assigned to the Housing Unit was suspended without pay Monday afternoon for violating the department's social media policy. More Here.

Detroit Police Sergeant Under Investigation After Comparing Beyonce’s Black Panthers Tribute Performance To KKK

February 11, 2016
A Detroit police sergeant who allegedly criticized Beyonce’s Super Bowl halftime show by posting a reference to the Ku Klux Klan is being investigated.

Twitter Shuts Down 125K Terrorist Accounts

February 9, 2016
Well-known social networking service Twitter Inc. has suspended 125,000 accounts for promoting or threatening terrorism.

Rapists Increasingly Using Dating Apps, Social Media to Lure Victims

February 5, 2016
Dallas Police say a growing number of predators who use social media and dating apps such as Tinder, Kik, PlentyOfFish, MocoSpace and MeetMe to prey on unsuspecting women.

How to Survive a Public Relations Nightmare

January 7, 2016

Too often the old adage becomes true: "A lie travels around the world while the truth is lacing up its shoes." But it doesn't have to be this way. You can survive and come out stronger from a PR nightmare. Here's how.

Florida Trooper's Wife's Facebook Video, "Cops Have Families, Too," Goes Viral

November 2, 2015
Jackie Perry doesn’t want her husband, a Florida Highway Patrol trooper, to be the latest casualty of the anti-cop sentiment sweeping the country. More Here.

Video: Florida Trooper's Wife's Facebook Video, "Cops Have Families, Too," Goes Viral

November 2, 2015
Jackie Perry doesn’t want her husband, a Florida Highway Patrol trooper, to be the latest casualty of the anti-cop sentiment sweeping the country.

Tucson Man's Facebook Post About Traffic Stop Goes Viral

October 30, 2015
A Tucson, AZ, man's Facebook post about a recent positive experience during a traffic stop is going viral.

Massachusetts PD Tweets Names of 200 Wanted on Outstanding Warrants

October 30, 2015
Attleboro, MA, police are turning to Twitter to clear outstanding warrants.

Video: Woman Live-Streams Herself While 'Drunk' Driving

October 13, 2015
A Florida woman used a live streaming app on her phone to record herself while drunk driving on Saturday, leading to her arrest.
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