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Some Churches Commit to Stop Calling the Police

April 20, 2018
The churches that commit to ending their use of police resources are training members in alternate responses to danger. Torbett said at First Congregational, church leaders have invited experts from several nonprofits to train members on de-escalating mental health crises, and on self-defense in the case of a violent person at the church.

Phoenix K-9 Killed Finding Suspect in Attic

April 17, 2018
Phoenix Police K-9 Bane was killed after being deployed to locate a suspect who had hidden in an attic after bailing from a vehicle a few hours earlier.

Video: Footage Shows Utah Officers Burned Saving Suicidal Man

April 16, 2018
Four Kaysville, UT, police officers who were burned while rescuing a suicidal man who set himself on fire inside a gas station are speaking about the experience.

Footage Shows Utah Officers Burned Saving Suicidal Man

April 16, 2018
Four Kaysville, UT, police officers who were burned while rescuing a suicidal man who set himself on fire inside a gas station are speaking about the experience. More Here.

Video: Nevada Boy Raises Money for Fallen Officers, Gets Station Tour

April 16, 2018
A 5-year-old boy was treated to a very exclusive, behind-the-scenes tour at a Henderson, NV, police substation after his lemonade stand raised more than $400 for fallen officers.

Nevada Boy Raises Money for Fallen Officers, Gets Station Tour

April 16, 2018
A 5-year-old boy was treated to a very exclusive, behind-the-scenes tour at a Henderson, NV, police substation Thursday after his lemonade stand raised more than $400 for fallen officers. More Here.

Trump Administration Ends Crackdown on Legal Marijuana

April 13, 2018
In conversation with Trump this week, Gardner said he was assured that the federal government would not interfere with Colorado's marijuana industry and that Trump would champion a new law that gives states the authority to set their own pot policies.

Bureau of Indian Affairs Officer Shot in Colorado

April 13, 2018
Wendell Mills and Wambli Mills were arrested Sunday on probable cause for alleged assault with intent to commit murder in Indian Country, according to a criminal complaint filed Monday in U.S. District Court in Durango.

Drones Watch Over California Music Festival in Wake of Vegas Massacre

April 13, 2018
"Drones will be flying over watching the perimeters. It takes us a few minutes to get an officer to a perimeter breach but a drone takes 45 seconds," Indio Police Sgt. Dan Marshall said. "The drones will also allow us to monitor traffic better than before."

Video: Family Dog Helps LAPD Capture Pursuit Suspect

April 12, 2018
A Sun Valley family's dog helped lead to the eventual capture of a suspect attempting to evade the Los Angeles Police Department.

Family Dog Helps LAPD Capture Pursuit Suspect

April 12, 2018
A family's dog helped lead to the eventual capture of a suspect attempting to evade the Los Angeles Police Department. More Here.

Swinerton, Golden West College Open Regional Criminal Justice Training Center

April 12, 2018
The new Criminal Justice Training Center consists of a two-story 38,932 square foot building that contains a new multi-purpose room, classrooms, force simulation room, faculty offices, lecture space, a lifetime fitness lab, a ready room, mat room, locker rooms, armory, administration and reception areas, and a conference room.

Arizona Police Find Murder Suspect Using Familial DNA

April 11, 2018
Scottsdale, AZ, police arrested 42-year-old Ian L. Mitcham for the February 2015 murder of Scottsdale resident Allison Feldman. A familial DNA search ultimately led to his arrest Tuesday.

California's Brown Agrees to Send Guard to Border, Slams Trump Policies

April 11, 2018
But Brown suggested a very limited role for the 400 additional California troops, writing to Nielsen and Mattis that support operations would be focused on “targeting transnational criminal gangs, human traffickers and illegal firearm and drug smugglers along the border, the coast and throughout the state.”

California Chiefs Rail Against Proposed Use of Force Bill

April 11, 2018
“We find ourselves dumbfounded that legislation of this magnitude was introduced without consulting law enforcement stakeholders,” said California Police Chiefs Association President David Swing.

Man Threatens Officers with Axes, Arrested After Standoff at Washington Motel

April 11, 2018
Police said the man ripped out the hot water tank and stove and threw them out of a room, along with chairs and other items. He also reportedly threw tools at officers.

DUI Suspect Charged in Crash That Broke Washington Deputy's Neck

April 10, 2018
Deputy Sydney Davis, 25, was hospitalized in a critical care unit after the wreck Thursday. She was taken to St. Joseph Medical Center in Tacoma.

3 Border States to Send 1,600 Troops to U.S. Border

April 10, 2018
Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas pledged on Monday to send about 1,600 National Guard members to the U.S.-Mexico border, responding to President Donald Trump's plan to use the military to help fight illegal immigration and drug trafficking.

California Man Shot K-9 Before Officers Opened Fire, Officials Say

April 9, 2018
A man led officers on a high-speed pursuit through Yuba County, CA, Friday morning and then shot a K-9 in the neck before being fatally shot, authorities said.

Arizona Officer Pulls Over Chief for Traffic Infraction

April 9, 2018
A Tucson officer pulled over a dark-colored SUV for a red-light infraction only to learn that the driver was his boss, Tucson police Chief Chris Magnus.
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