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Cop Killer's Getaway Driver Sues Four LE Agencies

February 10, 2011
In the suit, Daimen Irizarry claims police from Gilbert, Mesa, and the Arizona Department of Public Safety as well as Maricopa County Sheriff's deputies used excessive force and were negligent when they shot the suspects multiple times in the legs and feet.

Rockwell Collins' iForce System Increases Situational Awareness for Officers

February 10, 2011
Rockwell Collins' iForce system, which was unveiled at IACP 2010, allows officers to control radio, electronics and computer functions in their patrol vehicle using a single interface.

Kentucky Trooper Stops Car, Finds Dead Woman

February 10, 2011
After stopping the vehicle, Sgt. Michael Simpson discovered an unresponsive woman. The driver told the trooper the woman had passed out, yet medical results showed she had been dead for six hours, likely due to a drug overdose.

Arizona Deputy Saves Two Lives In Less Than One Hour

February 10, 2011
Pinal County Sheriff's Deputy Robert Taylor saved the lives of an 8-month-old infant and an 83-year-old man in less than an hour while on patrol.

Atlanta PD Disbands Hard-Charging Gang Unit

February 10, 2011
The Atlanta PD launched Red Dog, which is said to stand for Run Every Drug Dealer Out Of Georgia, during the crack-cocaine epidemic in the 1980s when Atlanta had open-air drug markets and almost weekly drive-by shootings.
Galco's KingTuk inside-the-waistband holster is one of four new introductions for 2011. Photo courtesy of Galco.

Galco Introduces Four New Holsters

February 10, 2011
Galco's inside the waistband holsters include the KingTuk and V-Hawk, while belt holsters include the TacSlide and the Stryker.

California Agencies Arrest 13 In Gang Sting

February 10, 2011
The investigation focused on the East Side Longos gang, one of the oldest Hispanic gangs in the city. The gang claims territory in central Long Beach, and members are believed to be responsible for six shootings in this geographical area, including the recent attempted murder of the two Gang Enforcement detectives.

Slain Wash. C.O. Remembered, Prison Makes Changes

February 9, 2011
Officer Jayme Biendl, "always said hello and goodbye with a smile on her face," her supervisor Sgt. Jimmie Fletcher said. "She was committed to being a good officer, daughter, sister - not just to her siblings, but to her co-workers."

Michigan Deputy TASERs Belligerent Shoplifter

February 9, 2011
An Oakland County (Mich.) Sheriff's deputy used a TASER to subdue a 400-pound shoplifter who had punched a Meijer's store employee in the face, after the worker attempted to stop her from stealing a cart full of electronics.

Feds Round Up 41 Gang Members In 5 Cities

February 9, 2011
The charges in these separate cases relate to a wide range of alleged illegal activity, including racketeering conspiracy, murder, murder conspiracy, narcotics trafficking, robbery, and gun trafficking. Teams of federal, state, and local law enforcement officers arrested 29 of these defendants today.
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