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N.Y. Cameraman Settles Suit Against Police Over Arrest for Taping Officer

June 18, 2014
A freelance videographer has settled a civil rights lawsuit against the Suffolk County (N.Y.) Police Department, after he was arrested following an order by a police sergeant to stop taping the arrest of a suspect.

Supreme Court Limits Detention Powers In Searches

February 19, 2013
Suffolk County (N.Y.) Police detectives who detained two suspects, while officers searched a dwelling exceeded the scope of their search warrant, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.

Warrantless Detention Case Heads to Supreme Court

June 4, 2012
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed Monday to consider whether police can detain a suspect who leaves a location while officers are waiting for a search warrant for the location.

N.Y. Cop Saves Third Life In Two Weeks

February 2, 2012
Suffolk County (N.Y.) Police Officer James Garside, who is also an emergency medical technician, has saved three people in the last two weeks.

Video: N.Y. Videographer Arrested for Filming Pursuit

August 1, 2011
A Suffolk County (N.Y.) Police officer arrested a news cameraman, who had stopped to film the scene after a pursuit, for interfering with an "active investigation."

N.Y. Videographer Arrested

August 1, 2011

A Suffolk County (N.Y.) Police officer arrested a news videographer who was attempting to film the scene at the end of a pursuit.

Pregnancy and Policing

June 24, 2011
Once an officer shows her pregnancy physically, most officers agree she should take a light-duty job. The pregnancy adds stress to other patrol officers because they worry about her health and the baby's health. And she must deal with the perception that she looks more vulnerable.

New York Officer Pulls Girl From Frozen Bay

April 12, 2011

Officer DeMatteo suffered a severe asthma attack once his adrenaline rush subsided and the effects of the icy water and his exertion registered with his body. He was already at the hospital at that point and they were able to treat him and release him after 12 hours.

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