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Florida Officer Dies in Nevada while Scuba Diving

August 29, 2016
The Tampa Police Department is mourning the loss of a 27-year veteran who died unexpectedly over the weekend while scuba diving to see a sunken B-29 bomber in Nevada's Lake Mead.

Walmart Stores in 4 Florida Counties Account for 2 Police Calls Per Hour

May 13, 2016
Law enforcement logged nearly 16,800 calls in one year to Walmarts in the Florida counties of Pinellas, Hillsborough, Pasco, and Hernando.

Tampa Officer Saved by Body Armor in Saturday Shooting

March 28, 2016
A Tampa police officer was shot Saturday afternoon during an altercation between two suspects, officials say.

Video: Requests for Tampa Officers to Work Beyonce Concert Unfilled

February 18, 2016
Beyonce has taken a lot of heat for her new song "Formation," which critics claim has an anti-cop message. Some Tampa, FL, police officers might agree, if the request to work her upcoming Tampa concert is any indication. No one has agreed to do it.

Requests for Tampa Officers to Work Beyonce Concert Unfilled

February 18, 2016
Beyonce has taken a lot of heat for her new song "Formation," which critics claim has an anti-cop message. Some Tampa, FL, police officers might agree, if the request to work her upcoming Tampa concert is any indication. No one has agreed to do it. More Here.

Tampa Officers Rescue Dog Found Shot, Tied To Railroad Tracks

March 6, 2015
Tampa, Fla., police stopped an oncoming train moments before it struck a dog that was tied to the tracks and had been shot three times.

Tampa Chief Tells Presidential Task Force that Officer Safety Depends on Real-Time Information

February 23, 2015
Tampa police Chief Jane Castor testified Monday in Washington, D.C., about ways to keep police officers safer, focusing her comments on the importance of social media as a tool for delivering real-time information to officers on the street.

Tampa to Build $5.4 Million Police Shooting Range

October 24, 2014
Despite one council member's objections, police officers in Tampa, Fla., will once again be able to conduct firearms training inside their city, thanks to a City Council vote to spend nearly $4.8 million on a new police shooting range and firearms training facility.

Tampa Officer Hit By Wrong Way Driver

October 7, 2014
The crash was the latest in an unsettling trend in the Tampa area in which wrong-way drivers have caused crashes, many of them fatal. In most of the cases, alcohol played a role, authorities said.

Video: Tampa Police Officers Help Transplant Patient

May 23, 2014
A man who spent 12 years on the transplant list faced many speed bumps on his was to his transplant appointment. Luckily, police helped him get to the hospital on time.

Tampa Police Officers Help Transplant Patient

May 23, 2014
A man who spent 12 years on the transplant list faced many speed bumps on his was to his transplant appointment. Luckily, two Tampa PD officers helped him get to the hospital on time. Read Full Story Here.

Former Cop Held Without Bail in Fatal Shooting at Florida Movie Theater

January 14, 2014
Curtis Reeves, 71, made his first appearance in court Tuesday to face second-degree murder charges for allegedly killing Chad Oulson, 43, during an argument over texting at a Tampa-area theater Monday.

Tampa Chief Trains New Trigger Finger

July 10, 2013
After losing the tip of her right index finger in a June boating accident, Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor swapped her semi-auto pistol for a revolver and trained her middle finger to operate the trigger.

Tampa PD To Public: Call Me Maybe

November 2, 2012
The Tampa Police Department provides their lip-sync version of the Carly Rae Jepsen hit to tell their community to call with crime tips and information.

'Irrational' Naked Woman Shot, Killed by Off-Duty Officers

October 22, 2012
Two off-duty Florida officers shot and killed an "armed, naked and irrational" woman who confronted them at a party on Saturday.

First Public Safety Network Tested at RNC

September 18, 2012
Police in Tampa and St. Petersburg, Fla., used a first-of-its-kind LTE cellular network dedicated to law enforcement as part of security operations for the Republican National Convention in August.

Safariland/Kona Patrol Bikes Represented at Republican National Convention

August 24, 2012
The Tampa Police Department purchased 200 Safariland/Kona 29er patrol bikes for officers to use during the four-day Republican National Convention starting Monday.

Video: Fla. Cops Chase, Fatally Shoot Teen

August 23, 2012
Tampa Police say two officers were forced to fatally shoot Javon Neal, 19, after he pointed a shotgun at them, while family members questioned the shooting, claiming Neal was unarmed.

Fla. Cops Fatally Shoot Teen

August 23, 2012
Tampa Police say two officers were forced to fatally shoot Javon Neal, 19, after he pointed a shotgun at them, while family members questioned the shooting, claiming Neal was unarmed. Read the full story here.

Tampa Police Seize 'Suspicious' Items Ahead of RNC

August 22, 2012
The bricks, pipes and anarchist-style graffiti found days before the Republican National Convention on a downtown rooftop were a concern but not alarming to Police Chief Jane Castor.
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