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Clint Eastwood Accepts Honorary Role with NLEOMF

July 18, 2011
Clint Eastwood has agreed to serve as honorary chairman for the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial and museum in Washington, D.C. The actor, Oscar award-winning director, and producer will help raise public awareness for the memorial and museum with a public-awareness campaign.

Detroit Homicide Sergeant Killed In Motorcycle Wreck

July 18, 2011
Michael Martell, 42, died at Mount Clemens Regional Medical Center on Sunday. He had not been wearing a helmet.

Staffing Shortage Plagues Virginia State Police

July 18, 2011
The understaffed Virginia State Police is offering its troopers overtime shifts rather than giving them pay raises or hiring for the 227 authorized positions that remain unfilled.
<p><em><strong>Photo: Discovery.</strong></em></p>

Former Boxer Butterbean Stars In LE Reality Series

July 18, 2011
"Big Law: Deputy Butterbean" is a new law enforcement reality show airing in August that follows heavyweight boxer-turned-deputy Eric Esch and his partner. The show, which will air on Investigation Discovery, follows Esch on patrol as a reserve deputy with the Walker County (Ala.) Sheriff's Office.

Indiana K-9 Cop Represented 'Best in Society'

July 18, 2011
Terre Haute (Ind.) Police Officer Brent Long was remembered by his chief for "representing the best in society" ahead of today's memorial service for the fallen officer.
<p><em><strong>Photo: Ventury County Sheriff's Office.</strong></em></p>

Calif. Sheriff Seizes $200 Million In Pot Plants

July 18, 2011
The Ventura County (Calif.) Sheriff's Office has eradicated a massive outdoor grow operation. Investigators also discovered several campsites with several hundred pounds of equipment including tents, propane stoves, sleeping bags, fertilizers, pesticides, and an enormous amount of trash.

California's Criminal Database Poorly Maintained

July 18, 2011
California's criminal records system is so poorly maintained that it routinely fails to alert officials to stop child abusers from working at schools and violent felons from buying guns.

Conn. Officers Hit by Friendly Crossfire

July 17, 2011
Two Plainville (Conn.) Police officers arriving at the scene of an arrest at a movie theater were hit by rounds from fellow officers attempting to take the suspect into custody.

Virginia Nurse Helps Save Injured Officer's Life

July 17, 2011
Jessica Elliott, 37, left her GMC truck three cars back, called 911 and rushed into the intersection to help the fallen officer, who lay bloody and bruised.

Ga. Officers Shut Down Lemonade Stand

July 16, 2011
Midway (Ga.) Police officers shut down a lemonade stand being run by three girls raising money to attend a water park, because the girls didn't have a business license or the required permits.
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