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Wisconsin Chief Credits MRAP Vehicle with Aiding Peaceful End to Standoff

October 23, 2014
Not long after police used an armored vehicle acquired from the military to arrest a man authorities said fired an assault rifle at officers, Madison Police Chief Mike Koval poked his head inside a media briefing about the incident Thursday night. “How do they like the tank now?” Koval asked.

Milwaukee Officer Fired for Policy Violation before Shooting Emotionally Distressed Man

October 16, 2014

Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn has signed an order to terminate the police officer who shot and killed Dontre Hamilton on April 30, 2014. It's a move that drawing sharp criticism from a local alderman and the police union. More Here.

Video: Milwaukee Officer Fired for Policy Violation before Shooting Emotionally Distressed Man

October 16, 2014
Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn has signed an order to terminate the police officer who shot and killed Dontre Hamilton on April 30, 2014. It's a move that drawing sharp criticism from a local alderman and the police union.

Police Rifles: Why We Carry What We Do

October 10, 2014
Chief Michael C. Koval of the Madison (Wis.) Police Department recently wrote a post on his blog in response to commentary in a local newspaper regarding whether police need AR-15s. He deftly refutes claims of militarization and presents his perspective as a law enforcement officer.

Wisconsin PD Dances to "Happy"

July 1, 2014

To celebrate summer, the University of Wisconsin-Madison Police Department created a video of its officers dancing and clapping to Pharell Williams' song "Happy."

Wisconsin Officer Patrols on Skateboard

June 24, 2014

"I think I am the only one in the world who actually patrols with a skateboard"  Green Bay Police Officer Joel Zwicky said. Read Full Story Here.

Wisconsin Officer Runs Marathon in Uniform and Gear to Honor Fallen

May 20, 2014

A Hobart-Lawrence, Wis., police officer chose to run last weekend's Cellcom Green Bay Marathon in a full uniform, duty gear, and a ballistic vest. Read Full Story Here.

Wisconsin Police Shoot Alleged Double-Murder Suspect

May 5, 2014

Madison, Wisc. Police have shot and killed a man who is alleged to have stabbed 3 people, killing two in what police are calling a neighbor dispute.

Wisconsin Law Would Mandate Outside Investigations for Officer-Involved Deaths

April 21, 2014
Wisconsin lawmakers want outside agencies to lead investigations when deadly force is used by officers. The governor has signaled he will sign the bill soon, making it law.

Wisconsin Sheriff's Deputy Laid to Rest

April 21, 2014

Hundreds of mourners payed their final respects to Polk County (Wis.) Sheriff's Deputy Mike Seversen, who was shot in the line of duty 23 years ago. Seversen, 50, had been confined to a wheelchair ever since the bullet severed his spine 23 years ago. Read Full Story Here.

Disabled Wisconsin Officer Dies from 1991 Wound

April 15, 2014

Polk County (Wis.) Sheriff's Dep. Mike Severson, 51, died Monday from complication of a gunshot wound he suffered in 1991. Read Full Story Here.

Sikhs Honor Officer Wounded During 2012 Temple Massacre

April 14, 2014
A Maryland-based Sikh organization has honored retired police officer Brian Murphy of the Oak Creek (Wis.) Police Department for his service when a gunman killed six worshippers at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin. During the incident, Murphy was shot 12 times.

NLEOMF Reconsiders Decision to Exclude Officer from Memorial

March 22, 2013
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) agreed to delay a decision to leave a slain Wisconsin officer off the national police memorial because of the way she died.

Calif. Voters To Decide On Death Penalty

April 24, 2012
An initiative that would abolish the death penalty in favor of life without parole has qualified for the November ballot in California.
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