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<p>Former Savannah-Chatham (Ga.) Metropolitan Police Chief Willie Lovett when he was on the job. (Photo: WTOC TV)</p>

Former Savannah Chief Gets 90 Months in Prison for Gambling, Extortion

February 9, 2015
Former Savannah-Chatham (Ga.) Metropolitan Police Chief Willie Lovett has been sentenced to 90 months (7.5 years) in prison and a $50,000 fine for his part in a federal gambling and extortion case.

Video: Kentucky Officer Buys Baby Formula for Desperate Shoplifter

February 9, 2015
"As a police officer, it's not black and white for us," said Officer Justin Roby. "There's a lot of gray. And you have to cipher through everything and you really need to figure out the whole story."

Seattle Chief Disciplines Officers Over Social Media Posts

February 9, 2015
The latest action was announced in a departmentwide email Friday night, only hours after the disclosure of tweets in which a veteran officer ranted about race, gays, President Obama and other subjects.

Video: Off-Duty Dallas Officer Killed in Apparent Murder-Suicide

February 9, 2015
At 6:13 p.m. Saturday police were called to the Lake Highlands Landing Apartments at 7950 Forest Lane. They found the bodies of Officer Larry Tuttle and a woman inside his apartment.
<p>Dep. Larry Bryan Hostetter (Photo: Montague County Sheriff&#39;s Office)&nbsp;</p>

Off-Duty Texas Deputy Killed During Domestic Call at His Home

February 9, 2015
The officer responded to a disturbance call just after midnight at the deputy's home in the 200 block of Jordan Drive in Nocona. The deputy is identified as 41-year-old Larry Bryan Hostetter. He was not on duty at the time.

Remington Announces Para Integration

February 9, 2015
Para’s products have a strong following due to their key technical and performance features, which are different than many 1911s, including Remington’s own R1 line. ROC intends to keep these features and benefits while transferring Para’s operations to Huntsville and rebranding Para to Remington.
<p>The Knoxville Police department <a href=&quot;https://www.facebook.com/KnoxvillePD/photos/a.119600828124655.30392.119524038132334/777311105686954/?type=1&amp;theater&quot;>sent out a reminder on their Facebook page</a> Thursday stating that flashlights should never be used in place of headlights in a vehicle. (Photo: Knoxville PD)</p>

Tennessee Motorist Cited for Using Flashlights as Headlights

February 9, 2015
Officials say a Sweetwater resident was pulled over twice in an 18 hour period for driving after dark with only flashlights used to light up the road.
<p>Erika Sandoval, 23, of Visalia has been arrested in connection with the murder of her ex-husband Officer Daniel Green of the Exeter (Calif.) PD. (Photo: Tulare County Sheriff&#39;s Office)</p>

Ex-Wife of California Officer Arrested in Connection with His Murder

February 9, 2015
Green, 31, was found dead Friday with multiple gunshot wounds at his home in Goshen. Boudreaux said co-workers went to his house to check on him after he failed to show up for work.

Video: Black Panther Leader Tries Use-of-Force Scenarios, Changes Tune

February 6, 2015
As the head of Houston's New Black Panther Party, Quanell X has led years of protests against police use of force. But in a training exercise at the Missouri City (Texas) Police Department, he saw the view from inside the line of fire.

Bratton Urges Boost in Penalties For Resisting Arrest

February 6, 2015
NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton on Wednesday urged state lawmakers to boost the punishment for resisting arrest and make it a crime to reveal personal information about cops as a means of intimidation.
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