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Chief Says Phoenix Police on "Maximum Staffing" for Tuesday's Trump Event

August 18, 2017
Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams issued a statement Tuesday, assuring the public that her department is "well prepared" for the visit to the city by President Donald Trump on Tuesday. More Here.

Video: Off-Duty CA Deputy Saves Choking 3-Year-Old Boy

August 18, 2017
An off-duty deputy with the Riverside County Sheriff's Department is being credited with saving the life of a choking 3-year-old boy.

Off-Duty CA Deputy Saves Choking 3-Year-Old Boy

August 18, 2017
An off-duty deputy with the Riverside County Sheriff's Department is being credited with saving the life of a choking three-year-old boy. More Here.

Chief Says Phoenix Police on "Maximum Staffing" for Tuesday's Trump Event

August 18, 2017
Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams issued a statement Tuesday, assuring the public that her department is "well prepared" for the visit to the city by President Donald Trump on Tuesday.

Video: Car Theft Suspect Dies in Jump, Fall from Los Angeles Port Crane

August 17, 2017
A suspected car thief has died after leading police on a chase through the Long Beach area ending with a standoff when the man climbed a crane at the Port of Los Angeles. The suspect died after jumping or falling off of the crane onto a container ship.

3 Washington Officers Sickened by Drug Fumes During Warrant Arrest, Fentanyl Suspected

August 17, 2017
Three Arlington, WA, police officers were taken to an area hospital Monday after a reaction to second-hand heroin smoke exposure. Authorities suspect fentanyl was involved.

Video: CO Sheriff Contracts West Nile Disease

August 16, 2017
Sheriff Joe Pelle of Boulder County, CO, took to social media to let people know the West Nile virus was back in Boulder County, and he has one of the county's two confirmed cases for 2017.

CO Sheriff Contracts West Nile Disease

August 16, 2017
Sheriff Joe Pelle of Boulder County, CO, took to social media to let people know the West Nile virus was back in Boulder County, and he has one of the county's two confirmed cases for 2017. More Here.

Video: NM Officer Cleared in Fatal Shooting of Armed Suspect

August 16, 2017
The 3rd Judicial District Attorney's Office has determined last month's fatal shooting of an armed suspect by a Las Cruces police officer was justified under New Mexico law, and the agency released video of the incident.

NM Officer Cleared in Fatal Shooting of Armed Suspect

August 16, 2017
The 3rd Judicial District Attorney's Office has determined last month's fatal shooting of an armed suspect by a Las Cruces police officer was justified under New Mexico law, and the agency has released video of the incident. More Here.

Car Theft Suspect Dies in Jump, Fall from Los Angeles Port Crane

August 16, 2017
A suspected car thief has died after leading police on a chase through the Long Beach area ending with a standoff when the man climbed a crane at the Port of Los Angeles. The suspect died after jumping or falling off of the crane onto a container ship.

AZ Officer Killed in WA Motorcycle Accident

August 16, 2017
A Mesa (AZ) Police Department officer was killed in a motorcycle accident in Washington state on Monday while off duty.

Video: Only Officer on Denver Use-of-Force Policy Committee Resigns, Calls It a Joke

August 15, 2017
"This does not reflect the type of policy all Denver citizens expect from the police," Worrell wrote in his resignation letter to Chief Robert White. "Furthermore, it puts officers at risk in the performance of their duties. Therefore, I cannot continue to participate nor does the draft reflect any of the input I have provided."

Trump Considering Pardon for Sheriff Joe Arpaio

August 15, 2017
Trump told the news outlet during a conversation in Bedminster, N.J., that the pardon could come quickly, perhaps in a matter of days. The news outlet reported the conversation on its website Monday.

Colorado Sheriff’s K-9 Opens Gate with Paw to Help Handler in Fight

August 14, 2017
While on the call, a man he was talking to jumped a fence to get away. The deputy ran after him, getting separated from his K-9, and began fighting with the suspect.

Only Officer on Denver Use-of-Force Policy Committee Resigns, Calls It a Joke

August 14, 2017
"This does not reflect the type of policy all Denver citizens expect from the police," Worrell wrote in his resignation letter to Chief Robert White. "Furthermore, it puts officers at risk in the performance of their duties. Therefore, I cannot continue to participate nor does the draft reflect any of the input I have provided." More Here.

CA Agency Equips Officers with Smartphone Body Cameras Powered by Visual Labs Software

August 10, 2017
The Fontana (CA) Police Department is equipping its officers with smartphones loaded with Visual Labs software that converts them into body-worn cameras. More Here.

Video: CA Agency Equips Officers with Smartphone Body Cameras Powered by Visual Labs Software

August 10, 2017
The Fontana (CA) Police Department is equipping its officers with smartphones loaded with Visual Labs software that converts them into body-worn cameras.

Union President Says Denver Deputies Have Lost Faith in Sheriff Over Excess Overtime

August 9, 2017
The union president representing Denver sheriff’s deputies says that work conditions at the jail are the worst he’s seen in his 23 years on the job there—and that overtime pay for deputies is only adding to the problems. He adds that deputies have lost faith in the sheriff.

Portland Selects Its First Female African American Police Chief

August 8, 2017
Danielle Outlaw, a 19-year veteran of the Oakland (CA) Police Department, will serve as Portland, OR's next police chief. She becomes the first African American woman to head the bureau.
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