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<p>Photo: Puerto Rico PD</p>

Off-Duty Puerto Rico Officer Killed by Would-Be Robber

June 27, 2016
Puerto Rico Agent Gilberto Colón-Leon was shot and killed when he took action during a robbery attempt while off duty.

Former L.A. County Undersheriff Sentenced to 5 Years for Obstruction of Justice

June 27, 2016
Former Los Angeles County Undersheriff Paul Tanaka was sentenced to five years in federal prison Monday after being found guilty in his corruption trial.

OfficerStore Partners With WM Tactical

June 27, 2016
OfficerStore has announced a partnership with WM Tactical, a weapon-accessory supplier and creator of the TUOR: a multi-axis, back-up sight with patent-pending rotation action.

Man Shot and Killed While Trying to Drown Georgia Trooper

June 27, 2016
Police say a Georgia State Patrol trooper shot and killed a man Saturday after he allegedly tried to drown another trooper Saturday night in Hall County.
<p>Seattle Officer Kerry Zieger was hit with a slab of concrete during a May Day riot. He is reportedly planning to sue the city for not providing adequate protective equipment. (Photo: Cline &amp; Associates)</p>

Seattle Officer Injured in Riot Plans to Sue City Over "Inadequate Equipment"

June 27, 2016
A Seattle police officer who was hit in the head with a slab of concrete during this year’s May Day protest downtown has indicated that he intends to sue the City of Seattle.

Black Lives Matter Withdraws from San Francisco LGBT Pride Parade Over Increased Police Presence

June 27, 2016
On Tuesday, SF Pride announced that this year’s events would have a “significant police presence” and that, for the first time in the celebration’s 46-year history, attendees at the festival would be required to pass through security screening.
<p>Wounded Folcroft, PA, officer Christopher Dorman receives a call from country singer Kenny Chesney Sunday. (Photo: Facebook)</p>

Country Star Apologizes for Declaring Wounded Pennsylvania Officer Dead

June 27, 2016
Country Music Star Kenny Chesney owed a suburban Philadelphia police officer a huge apology after mistakenly announcing at his concert Saturday night that he had died.

Video: Pennsylvania Officer Shot Seven Times Friday Released from Hospital

June 27, 2016
A Folcroft, PA, police officer has been released from a Philadelphia hospital just three days after being shot seven times, including once in the face.
<p>Tweets from the Baltimore City Fraternal Order of Police Twitter account Saturday and Sunday that were later deleted. (Photo: Twitter/@FOP3)</p>

Baltimore Police Commissioner Slams FOP for Tweets Celebrating Officer Goodson’s Acquittal

June 27, 2016
The Baltimore Fraternal Order of Police lodge took to Twitter on Friday night and posted a photo of actor Leonardo DiCaprio making a toast, with overlain text saying, “Here’s to the Baltimore 6 defense team, the FOP and Detective Taylor.”

Texas Deputy Wounded in Gunfight with “Suicidal” Subject

June 24, 2016
A Comal County, TX, deputy and a man described by law enforcement officials as "suicidal" were wounded in an exchange of gunfire Thursday night in Bulverde.
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