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S.C. Officer Saves Woman from Speeding Train

October 18, 2007
A veteran Greer, S.C., patrol officer's quick reaction saved a confused motorist from certain death earlier this week.

Beretta's Project Allegiance Provides Officers Free $10,000 Death Benefits

October 18, 2007
Through its new Project Allegiance program, Beretta will offer active-duty law enforcement officers who purchase a Beretta Px4 Storm pistol a $10,000 line-of-duty death benefit valid for three years, at no cost to the officers and his or her family.

Detroit PD Officer Named 2007 Police Officer of the Year

October 16, 2007
Officer Roy Gilbert of the Detroit Police Department has been named the 2007 Police Officer of the Year by PARADE magazine and the International Association of Chiefs of Police. Officer Gilbert is honored for his heroic actions by risking his life to save his partner.

LAPD Officer Receives Honorable Mention in 2007 Parade/IACP Service Awards

October 16, 2007
As a community liaison officer in central L.A.'s Skid Row neighborhood, Officer Deon Joseph finds positive role models for children who live in an area plagued by drug dealers, gangs, and prostitutes. It was for this reason he received honorable mention in the 2007 Police Service Awards.

3-Year-Old Boy Drives Toy Car Along Highway

October 12, 2007
Three-year-old Jordan and an unnamed two-year-old passenger took a Sunday drive in Jordan’s battery-operated Mustang toy car along a busy local highway.

Indiana Officer Killed in Freak Accident

October 12, 2007
A Shelbyville, Ind., officer was killed earlier this week when two rear dual tires and wheels fell off of a tractor-trailer truck.

Aspen Police Chief Put on Leave, Accused of Sexual Harassment

October 12, 2007
The world famous ski resort of Aspen, Colo., may soon be looking for a new chief of police. Current Chief Loren Ryerson has been accused of making unwanted sexual overtures to female officers.

Group Urges Employers to "Hire A Hero"

October 12, 2007
When men and women return from serving in the military, they often have a difficult time re-entering the workforce. Hire A Hero has created a meeting place for former military and prospective employers, and it's free to all involved.

Companies Donate Billboards to Help Catch Killer in Kansas

October 12, 2007
Hoping to repeat the crime-solving success of another local case, two companies have donated a total of 31 billboards in the Kansas City area to help catch the killer of David "Ray" Ninemire.

Nationwide Independent Taser Study Results Suggest Devices are Safe

October 10, 2007
A nationwide study examining the safety of TASERs used by law enforcement agencies suggests the devices are safe, causing a low occurrence of serious injuries.
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