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Texas Officers Wounded, Suspect Killed in Christmas Shootout

December 26, 2013

A Mansfield, Texas, teen who led Grand Prairie police on a nearly 10-hour manhunt after shooting at an officer at a traffic stop early Wednesday morning was pronounced dead after he was shot while walking into a neighborhood Christmas afternoon, police said. Read Full Story Here.

N.M. State Police Officer Fired for Shooting at Van Plans Appeal

December 9, 2013
Attorneys for Elias Montoya announced Sunday that they are reviewing the allegations against the veteran officer and that Montoya intends to file an appeal for wrongful termination.

Video: NYPD Traffic Agent Killed by Truck

December 2, 2013
An NYPD traffic agent was struck and killed by a vehicle Saturday afternoon in an accident in Midtown, police said.

San Jose Officer Arrested for Revenge by Ticket

December 2, 2013
Officer Charles Chavez, 51, was arrested last week on suspicion of writing a bogus traffic ticket to an opponent in a civil suit that stemmed from an auto collision more than five years ago. Chavez also wrote two fake tickets to his own attorney in the case, according to Santa Clara County prosecutors.

NYPD Traffic Agent Killed by Truck

December 2, 2013

An NYPD traffic agent was struck and killed by a vehicle Saturday afternoon in an accident in Midtown, police said. Read Full Story Here.

Video: Judge Claims UCLA Police Used Excessive Force on Him

November 26, 2013
UCLA is conducting an internal investigation into allegations by an African American judge that excessive force was used by campus police officers when they stopped him on suspicion of not wearing a seat belt.

Judge Claims UCLA Police Used Excessive Force on Him

November 26, 2013

UCLA is conducting an internal investigation into allegations by an African American judge that excessive force was used by campus police officers when they stopped him on suspicion of not wearing a seat belt. Read Full Story Here.

N.Y. State Police Using SUVs to Spot Texting Drivers

November 25, 2013
The New York State Police are now using 32 tall, unmarked SUVs to spot drivers who are texting while behind the wheel.

N.M. State Trooper Who Shot at Van During Pursuit Will Not Be Charged

November 21, 2013
Taos County (N.M.) District Attorney Donald Gallegos has decided not to pursue charges against a New Mexico State Patrol officer who opened fire on a van during a wild traffic stop and pursuit last month.

Video: Officers Investigated Over Wild N.M. Traffic Stop

November 18, 2013
A late October traffic stop outside of Taos, N.M., turned into a wild scene with a 14-year-old rushing a state cop, a high-speed chase, and another officer firing at a fleeing minivan.

Officers Investigated Over Wild N.M. Traffic Stop

November 18, 2013

Actions of New Mexico State Police officers at an October traffic stop are under investigation. The driver and her son face charges stemming from the incident. Read Full Story Here.

Video: Man Gets 30 Years for Dragging Mo. Trooper

November 14, 2013
Approaching Hampton’s car, Cpl. Dunfee felt something was up. Hampton had something in his waistband. Dunfee pulled his gun and Hampton hit the gas. Dunfee acted without hesitation.

Man Gets 30 Years for Dragging Mo. Trooper

November 14, 2013

During a traffic stop 16 months ago, a Missouri State Highway Patrol trooper was dragged by a felon who had a gun in his waistband. The driver was sentenced to 30 years yesterday for the attack. Read Full Story Here.

Albuquerque SWAT Standoff Triggered by Former Marine Marksman

November 11, 2013
Albuquerque police said Jason Kerns, 37, fled the scene of a crash on southbound Interstate 25 north of the Big I in a Hummer sport-utility vehicle around 7:30 p.m. Friday, and a police officer pulled him over on the south-to-east flyover ramp a half-hour later.

Video: N.M. Man Sues Officers, Agencies, Hospital Over Anal Probes

November 7, 2013
David Eckert was subjected to repeated and humiliating forced medical procedures, including X-rays, digital probes of his anus, three enemas, and a colonoscopy. No narcotics were found.

N.M. Man Sues Officers, Agencies, Hospital Over Anal Probes

November 7, 2013

A Deming, N.M, man is suing several parties, including officers and deputies, over medical procedures that were performed on him in search of narcotics following a traffic stop. Read Full Story Here.

Calif. Woman Cited for Driving While Wearing Google Glass

October 31, 2013
A Temecula woman received a ticket from a California Highway Patrol officer Tuesday evening in San Diego for operating a vehicle while wearing Google Glass computerized glasses that connect people to the Internet.

Video: Phone Charger in Calif. Deputy's Pocket Stops Bullet

October 29, 2013
Two Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department deputies were shot and wounded by a suspect during a routine traffic stop early Tuesday morning -- and one was saved from serious harm by a cellphone charger in her pocket, authorities said.

Phone Charger in Calif. Deputy's Pocket Stops Bullet

October 29, 2013

Two Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department deputies were shot and wounded by a suspect during a routine traffic stop early Tuesday morning -- and one was saved from serious harm by a cellphone charger in her pocket. Read Full Story Here.

E-Citation: A Force Multiplier

September 27, 2013

Few advancements in law enforcement technology have had more impact nationwide than electronic citation. The technology has been on line a little more than a decade, and e-citation systems are now in use by federal, state, county, and municipal agencies. And they all sing its praises.

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