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Texas Sgt. Who Lost Eye In Shotgun Blast Recounts Encounter

April 10, 2011
Sgt. James Kelemen Sr. recounted the encounter with a man he knew wanted "suicide by cop," when he responded to the call of a man threatening an employee at a bakery.

Obama Friend Arrested In Hawaii Sex Sting

April 10, 2011
Robert "Bobby" Titcomb, 49, was one of four men arrested in an undercover sting operation late Monday and later released on $500 bail, confirms the Honolulu Police Department.

Ohio Man Who Assaulted Driver Claimed To Be 'the Lord'

April 9, 2011
A 54-year-old aspiring Olympic weightlifter was arrested in Westlake, Ohio, on Friday, after assaulting one driver while claiming he was "the Lord" and attempting to do the same to a second driver.

Social Media Aids Investigations in Kentucky

April 9, 2011
The Kentucky State Police, which started a Facebook page about three years ago, views Facebook as a "handy tool" for communication, Capt. Lisa Rudzinski told the media outlet.

CryWolf's Smartphone App Assists Officers In Alarm Response

April 8, 2011
When responding to alarm calls, law enforcement personnel need quick access to alarm system and occupant information. Instead of contacting dispatch or the alarm companies for the information, officers can access the CryWolf alarm management database directly from their smartphone.
<p>Kenwood's TK5210 P25 radio. Photo: Kenwood.</p>

Kenwood Introduces 10 Series G-Model P25 Radios

April 8, 2011
The TK-5210G/5310G/5710G portables and TK-5810G mobile feature enough memory expansion to handle larger systems with up to 1,024 channels and 100 zones.
<p><em><strong>Photo: Safariland.</strong></em></p>

Safariland Adds Female-Specific XT01F Type IIIA Armor To ABA Xtreme Line

April 8, 2011
The XT01F Type IIIA is a hybrid, female semi-structured design that incorporates high performance Gold Shield, Curv (solid) technology and covered dart technology.

Tait Radio Becomes Public Safety Network Provider In Texas

April 8, 2011
Technical staff from Harris County, Texas, tested and passed the radios for use on the digital network, allowing users access to Tait's portfolio and the assurance of interoperability knowing the radios have been rigorously tested on the network.

LAPD Loosens Impound Policy, Union Files Grievance

April 8, 2011
The Los Angeles Police Department decided to give drivers a break if they're caught at DUI checkpoints without a license by releasing the vehicle to a family member or friend if they can get to the scene quickly.

Neb. Hospital Shooter and Victim Have Gang Ties

April 8, 2011
Otis Holford was shot inside the lobby of the medical center on Wednesday. He is now listed in stable condition. The alleged shooter, 26-year-old Anthony D. Green Jr., was arrested and charged with first-degree assault.
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