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Are Agencies Prepared for a National Power Grid Down?

December 1, 2017

Sponsored by American Military University

If the power grid goes down, everything that relies on electricity will become inoperable. The possibility of such an event may be more likely than you think. Find out more about potential threats to the power grid and how law enforcement agencies can prepare.
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Leading is Done Best From The Front

November 7, 2017

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Dodge Enhances Officer Protection Package for 2018 Charger Pursuit

October 16, 2017

Sponsored by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles

Dodge’s Officer Protection Package was designed to promote officer safety by utilizing sensors built into every Dodge Charger Pursuit to detect attempted ambushes from the rear when parked and working in their vehicle.
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Video: Officer on YouTube Replies to Bombing Suspect's Family's Criticism of Law Enforcement

December 12, 2017
The family said it was "outraged by the behavior of the law enforcement officials who held children as small as 4 years old out in the cold and who pulled a teenager out of high school classes to interrogate him without lawyer, without his parents.”
<p>Officer&nbsp;Paul&nbsp;Lazinsky (Photo: El Mirage PD)</p>

AZ Officer Dies of Medical Event Following Foot Pursuit

December 12, 2017
A 58-year-old El Mirage, AZ, police officer died Tuesday after experiencing a medical crisis during a foot pursuit.

Suspect Shot, Killed at End of Seattle Pursuit

December 12, 2017
Officers pursued as the man started firing a weapon at them, leading them to Magnuson Park where he slammed through the gate at about 80 mph and crashed near the boat ramp.

Chicago Police Union Official Says Lawyers Using City Council as "Blank Check" Over Wrongful Convictions

December 12, 2017
Fraternal Order of Police Vice President Martin Preib spoke during the public comment portion of the City Council Finance Committee meeting, where aldermen approved the money for the four men who each spent some 15 years in prison for a 1994 rape and murder before DNA linked the crime to a convicted killer.

LAPD Officer Struck by Vehicle, Seriously Injured at Traffic Stop

December 12, 2017
The officer was conducting a traffic stop on the freeway when he was struck by another vehicle, the Los Angeles Police Department tweeted.
<p>Volunteers assembling Care Kits for First Responders and Deployed Troops. (Photo: Operation Gratitude)</p>

Operation Gratitude Celebrates Two Millionth Care Package for Military

December 12, 2017
As California Highway Patrol lights and sirens heralded the moment, more than 2,100 Operation Gratitude volunteers of all ages and from all walks of life cheered the production of the organization's two millionth care package Tuesday.
<p>The honorees were given appreciation awards for their critical roles in preventing, investigating, and prosecuting cases of animal cruelty and neglect in 2017. (Photo: ASPCA)</p>

ASPCA Honors NYPD Officers at Appreciation Luncheon

December 12, 2017
The ASPCA celebrated 17 honorees' dedication to helping New York City's most vulnerable animals.
<p>Charlotte County Sheriff&#39;s K-9 Edo was found dead after escaping his handler&#39;s kennel. It&#39;s believed he was struck by a vehicle. (Photo: Charlotte County SO)</p>

FL K-9 Found Dead After Escaping Handler's Home Kennel

December 12, 2017
K-9 Edo, was found dead Monday morning about a half-mile away from the Charlotte County deputy’s North Port home. Fox 13 reports that a necropsy conducted by Sarasota County Animal Services showed Edo likely was hit by a car.

Video: Dallas Chief Says Millennial Mindset Partially to Blame for Recruiting Problems

December 12, 2017
"We have nights, weekends and holidays — not attractive to millennials who want all days off and to be the chief in six months,” Chief Hall said. “We recognize that is a challenge."
<p><span class=&quot;caption&quot;>The The Port Authority Police Department officers involved in apprehending a terror suspect in New York City Dec. 11, 2017. L to R: Sean E. Gallagher, Drew M. Preston, John F. (Jack) Collins, Anthony J. Manfredini (Photo: Port Authority PD)</span></p>

4 Port Authority Officers "Heroes" for Arresting, Controlling Bombing Suspect

December 12, 2017
"They engaged the suspect, who was on the ground, they handcuffed him, they saw wires, cellphone. They made a split-second decision to actually get on top of him and restrain him, and [Manfredini] actually removed the device off of his person before he could further detonate it," Nunziato said.
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