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Ford Offers Police Vehicle Driving Event in Texas

September 21, 2016
Ford has announced it will host an exclusive Police Interceptor drive on Sept. 29 in Fort Worth, Texas. Government fleet managers and purchasers are invited to attend the event and will have the opportunity to drive the Police Interceptor Sedan, Police Interceptor Utility, and both the F-150 Special Service Vehicle (SSV) and Expedition SSV. The Transit Prisoner Transport Vehicle (PTV) will also be on display.

Dallas Officer Sues Black Lives Matter for Inciting Attacks on Police

September 20, 2016
A Dallas police sergeant has filed a federal lawsuit against Black Lives Matter leaders, President Obama, George Soros and others for allegedly inciting racial violence against law enforcement.

2 Texas Officers Wounded Responding to Suicide, Suspect Killed in Standoff

September 17, 2016
A suspect is dead and two police officers were injured Friday night while answering a 911 call about a suicide in Fort Worth. More Here.

2 Texas Officers Wounded Responding to Suicide, Suspect Killed in Standoff

September 17, 2016
A suspect is dead and two police officers were injured Friday night while answering a 911 call about a suicide in Fort Worth.

Ft. Worth Officer Shot 5 Times by Fugitives Receives Star of Texas Award

September 13, 2016
Matt Pearce, a Fort Worth Police Officer shot five times in the line of duty, received The Star of Texas Award Monday.

Dallas Officer Asks NFL Player Not to Disrespect Flag on Sunday

September 9, 2016
Officer Dan Russell posted an open letter today, after hearing that some players planned to sit during the National Anthem again on Sunday, which is 9/11.

Federal Officer Wounded in Texas School Shooting, Suspect Killed Self

September 8, 2016
A 14-year-old female student died of what appears to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound at Alpine High School in Alpine, TX, according to Brewster County Sheriff Ronnie Dodson. A federal officer was injured when another officer's gun discharged and has been taken to the hospital.

73-Year-Old TX Deputy Dies in Crash

September 7, 2016
An Eastland County, TX, sheriff's deputy was killed in a head-on collision Wednesday morning while driving his SUV patrol vehicle to work.

Abused Girl Grows Up to Be Detective, Busts Her Molester

September 7, 2016
It was 5 p.m. on a warm September 2014 day in Granbury, TX, and the 25-year-old woman had asked Chaisson to meet to talk about the years of sexual abuse he inflicted upon her beginning at age 8.

Inside the Dallas Sniper Attack

September 7, 2016
In the July twilight, beneath the city’s skyscrapers, a gunman had taken aim at his officers as they stood along Main Street policing a protest rally. One fell, then a second, and a third. After helping to drag one of his wounded men into a patrol car, Gunter followed the gunman’s trail of broken glass and blood.

Video: TX Trooper Critically Injured After Woman Crashes Into Cruiser

September 6, 2016
A Texas Department of Public Safety trooper working a DWI Labor Day weekend task force is in critical condition after a suspected drunk driver slammed into his vehicle early Monday.

TX Trooper Critically Injured After Woman Crashes Into Cruiser

September 6, 2016
A Texas Department of Public Safety trooper working a DWI Labor Day weekend task force is in critical condition after a suspected drunk driver slammed into his vehicle early Monday. More Here.

DA: TX Office Destroyed More Than 20,000 Pieces of Evidence, Causing Case Dismissals

September 6, 2016
The Harris County Precinct 4 Constable's Office in Texas destroyed more than 20,000 pieces of evidence, forcing the District Attorney's office to dismiss nearly 150 pending criminal cases and potentially endangering more than 1,000 others, District Attorney Devon Anderson said Friday.

Video: TX Motor Officer Dies After 'Valiant Fight'

September 5, 2016
The Austin, TX, police officer hurt in a motorcycle crash Thursday died as a result of his injuries Sunday. Officer Amir Abdul-Khaliq, 46, was struck by a car while escorting a funeral procession.

TX Motor Officer Dies After 'Valiant Fight'

September 5, 2016
The Austin, TX, police officer hurt in a motorcycle crash Thursday died as a result of his injuries Sunday. Officer Amir Abdul-Khaliq, 46, was struck by a car while escorting a funeral procession on North Burnet Road. More Here.

Video: TX Motor Officer Critically Injured in Funeral Procession Crash

September 2, 2016
An Austin, TX, police motorcycle officer was injured in a crash in North Austin on Thursday morning. Austin Police Chief Art Acevado reports the officer is in “very critical condition.”

Residents and Local Businesses Buy Tactical Armor for Texas Officers

September 2, 2016
Thanks to the efforts of Judge Cory Crenshaw and various local families and businesses, Smith and 118 other division patrol officers will have access to 16-pound hard tactical body armor kits to be worn during shooting situations.

Dallas Police Chief David Brown to Retire in October

September 1, 2016
Dallas Police Chief David Brown announced his decision to retire Thursday, while on a golf trip with his wife in Austin, surprising many city leaders and his own staff.

Austin Police Try New Recruiting Tactics to Bolster, Diversify Ranks

August 30, 2016
Outreach efforts toward prospective female applicants are part of a series of responses by Austin police to address a recruiting problem that a consulting group's recently released report said is the biggest challenge facing the department.

Texas Officers Escort Son of Fallen Comrade on First Day of School

August 25, 2016
The officers showed up to walk 4-year-old Jackson Scherlen into Coronado Elementary to wish him luck and hug him goodbye. More Here.
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