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DOJ Recommends Racial Bias Probe of St. Louis County Traffic Stops

October 2, 2015
But the county police's use of force between 2009 and 2013 was significantly lower than the national average, and the federal analysis of traffic stop data is not sufficient to provide actual evidence of bias in vehicle stops on the part of county police, the feds found.

Video: Surveillance Footage Shows Suspect with Gun Before He Opened Fire on Police

August 11, 2015
St. Louis County Police on Tuesday released surveillance video they say shows a man injured in a shootout with police holding a gun during street protests in Ferguson on Sunday night.

Video: Suspect Shot After Opening Fire on Officers Following Ferguson Protest

August 10, 2015
Shots rang out late Sunday night during a march in Ferguson, Mo., to mark the one-year anniversary of the death of Michael Brown when two men engaged in a gunfight and one of the men reportedly opened fire on an SUV full of plainclothes police officers. The officers returned fire and critically wounding the gunman after a foot pursuit.

Police, Demonstrators Gear Up for Michael Brown Anniversary in Ferguson

August 4, 2015
Police commanders are expecting a peaceful weekend — and demonstrators are promising it. But authorities said Monday they would be prepared if the observance of the first anniversary of the controversial death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., turned violent.

Missouri Police Departments Required to Achieve Accreditation in New Law

July 13, 2015
A piece of the municipal court reform measure signed into law Thursday by Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon establishes an accreditation process for police departments in St. Louis County.

DOJ Report Slams Missouri Agencies' Response to Ferguson Protests

June 30, 2015
The report suggests that last year’s unrest was aggravated by long-standing community animosity toward Ferguson police, and by a failure of commanders to provide more details to the public after an officer killed Michael Brown.

4 Journalists Arrested During Ferguson Protests Sue Police

March 31, 2015
Four journalists arrested during last summer's Ferguson protests over the shooting death of Michael Brown filed a federal lawsuit Monday against St. Louis County police and 20 of its officers, accusing them of violating the reporters' civil rights and unjustifiably detaining them.

Suspect Held in Ferguson Officer Shooting

March 16, 2015
A man who participated in a protest outside the Ferguson police station Wednesday night returned to the area and fired shots — possibly at someone other than police — that wounded two officers, authorities said Sunday.

Ferguson Ambush Part of Disturbing Trend

March 12, 2015
The number of law enforcement officers shot to death in the line of duty rose more than 50% in 2014, NLEOMF said in a December report.

2 Officers Shot in Ferguson During Protest

March 12, 2015
Two police officers were shot just after midnight Thursday outside the Ferguson police department. One officer was hit in the face, the other in the shoulder. The wounds have been described as "very serious" but not "life-threatening." More Here.

Ferguson Home Raided in Search of Shooters, Wounded Officers Treated and Released

March 12, 2015
Officers swarmed a home in Ferguson, Mo., Thursday morning in a search for those responsible for the shooting of two police officers outside the Ferguson police department about midnight.

Video: 2 Officers Shot in Ferguson During Protest

March 12, 2015
Two police officers were shot just after midnight Thursday outside the Ferguson police department. One officer was hit in the face, the other in the shoulder. The wounds have been described as "very serious" but not "life-threatening."

Suburban St. Louis Officer Shoots, Kills 18-Year-Old Suspect Near Ferguson

December 24, 2014
An 18-year-old suspect was shot and killed Tuesday night in the parking lot of a Berkeley, Mo., convenience store after reportedly pulling a handgun and pointing it at a police officer. The incident occurred only a few miles from Ferguson and sparked a violent protest.

St. Louis County Police Stock Up on Riot Gear in Advance of Grand Jury Decision

October 31, 2014
The St. Louis County Police Department has stocked up on tear gas, less-lethal ammunition and plastic handcuffs in anticipation of massive protests in the suburb of Ferguson, Missouri, if a grand jury doesn't indict the police officer who killed 18-year-old Michael Brown. The jury is expected to reach its decision sometime in November.

Video: More Than 60 Arrested at St. Louis Area Protests

October 14, 2014
More than 60 people were arrested yesterday across the St. Louis area in protests over police conduct and racial relations that attracted activists across America.

St. Louis County Police to Test Body Cameras

September 11, 2014
Several companies are lending free technology to police departments in hope of landing lucrative contracts in an industry that surged after a national outcry about the Ferguson police shooting. In St. Louis County, 188 police officers will be using cameras in the north and central county precincts, as well as in Jennings and Dellwood.

Video: Missouri Officer Survives Shot to His Gun Belt

September 8, 2014
A St. Louis County police officer survived after being shot in his gun belt by a fleeing suspect.

Missouri Officer Survives Shot to His Gun Belt

September 8, 2014
A police officer was shot overnight in north St. Louis County, Mo., and the search is on for the suspect. Police officials are reporting one of the rounds struck the officer in his gun belt. The second officer, a Velda City Police Officer, returned fire at the suspect. The vehicle fled the scene. Read More Here.

Video: Tactical Team in Ferguson Comes Under Fire, Responds with Tear Gas

August 21, 2014
The video, which was shot with a head-mounted GoPro camera capture an incident at about 2:45 a.m. when shots were fired by the demonstrators and officers responded with tear gas.

Video: Officers Save Collapsed Bagpiper at Police Week Ceremony

May 15, 2014
Two officers attending a Police Week ceremony in Washington Wednesday night helped save the life of a police bagpiper who collapsed from a heart attack during the Emerald Society March.
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