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U.S. Park Officer Tells of His Response to 2013 Navy Yard Shooting

September 15, 2014
Nearly one year after the mass shooting at the Washington Navy Yard, one of the officers who took on the killer tells his story.

Timeline video of the 2013 Washington Navy Yard Shooting

September 15, 2014

On Sept. 16, 2013, Aaron Alexis walked into Washington, D.C.'s Navy Yard complex and opened fire. He killed 12 people and wounded four before he was fatally shot by police.

Nearly a year after the Washington Navy Yard shootings, PostTv shows a timeline of how the shooting rampage unfolded that day. Read More Here.

Feds Don't Track Number of Officer-Involved Shootings

September 8, 2014
A Washington Post report on the difficulties in quantifying the number of police shootings every year.

Off-Duty D.C. Officer Shoots Robber

October 8, 2013
An off-duty Metro (D.C.) Police officer shot and wounded a man who attempted to rob her in southeast Washington early Tuesday.

National Law Enforcement Museum On New Extended Timeline

February 23, 2009
Planners for the first-ever National Law Enforcement Museum today announced an extended timeline and substantial cost-saving measures "to keep the project on track despite the very challenging economic times that our nation is facing.

Officers and Families to Mark 17th Anniversary of National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial

October 14, 2008

U.S. Attorney General Michael Mukasey and Jennifer Thacker, national president of Concerns of Police Survivors, will join law enforcement officers, supporters, and surviving family members of officers killed in the line of duty in commemorating the 17th anniversary of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, DC.

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