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Video: Suspect Gets 26 Years for Attempted Murder of Deputy

June 20, 2011
Daniel Roy Smith, 57, was sentenced to 26 to 32 years after taking part in a shootout with Guilford County Sheriff's Corporal Wes Mecham on August 29, 2009.

NYPD Hearing Aid Ban Forces Out Veteran Officers

June 20, 2011
In 2009, the department began enforcing a ban on hearing devices. The NYPD is no longer hiring applicants who can't pass a basic hearing test. Older officers were forced to retire and younger officers were asked to remove the devices.

Trial Begins In Killing of Three Pittsburgh Officers

June 20, 2011
Deputy District Attorney Mark V. Tranquilli told Dauphin County jurors he expected the trial to last about two weeks, and said the case was about "fallen heroes and potentially fallen heroes."

Video: Wisc. Officer Who Saved Family from Train Leaves Agency

June 19, 2011
The Wisconsin police officer who saved a family from an oncoming train, suffering serious injuries and gaining acclaim as a national "officer of the month" has left his agency.

Feds Shift Focus of Immigration Enforcement to Violent Illegals

June 18, 2011
The Obama Administration has altered a federal fingerprint program designed to identify criminal illegal immigrants to halt deportations of crime victims and witnesses.

California Seizes 1,200 Illegally Possessed Firearms

June 18, 2011
California law enforcement agents have seized 1,200 firearms from people legally barred from owning them because of mental illness or restraining orders.
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Calif. Woman who Allegedly Swiped Ancient Relic Arrested

June 17, 2011
Long Beach (Calif.) Police have arrested a 41-year-old woman believed to have swiped an 800-year-old religious relic from a local church. The relic is a silver-and-gold-plated, Gothic-style ornament that measures about 16 inches tall and 10 inches wide at its widest point.

Retired LAPD Captain Co-Founds LE Legal Group

June 17, 2011
Greg Meyer, a retired captain with the Los Angeles Police Department and one-time POLICE Advisory Board member, has co-founded the Association of Certified Litigation Specialists. The group will help provide legal assistance to the law enforcement industry.
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BatteryJack Introduces Tait Replacement Batteries

June 17, 2011
BatteryJack will introduce a replacement battery for the Tait TP9100 series radios. The BA-203 replacement battery will be made in 1700mAH Ni-CD and 2500mAH Ni-MH.

Larson Electronics' Magnalight Introduces Explosion-Resistant LED Flashlight

June 17, 2011
Larson Electronics' has added a rechargeable LED flashlight (EXP-LED-51) to its line of explosion-resistant flashlights. The rechargeable LED flashlight delivers high LED light output combined with rugged construction and a variety of lighting modes.
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