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Six More New Orleans Officers Indicted In Katrina Cover-ups

July 13, 2010
The indictment charges four officers in connection with the shootings, and charges those four officers and two supervisors with helping to obstruct justice during the subsequent investigations. The four officers charged with killing civilians could face life in prison or the death penalty.

Budget Woes May Cost Broward County SROs

July 13, 2010
Broward County, Fla., Sheriff Al Lamberti said if he isn't granted a reprieve by the County Commission this summer, his department's participation in the decades-old program that puts law enforcement officers in every Broward public school is over.

L.A. Airport Remains Vulnerable to Truck and Car Bombs

July 13, 2010
Almost a decade after 9/11, a local police organization is warning that busy Los Angeles International Airport remains vulnerable to truck and car bombs that could be detonated next to crowded terminals and sidewalks.

Layoffs Loom for 80 Oakland Officers

July 13, 2010
The layoffs of 80 of Oakland's 776 police officers on Monday moved closer to reality Friday as the police union's leaders agreed to all of the city's demands but demanded a three-year layoff moratorium as a prerequisite for any concessions.

Five Alleged Drug Kingpins Charged In Buffalo

July 13, 2010
The indictments are the result of a joint investigation between the FBI's Safe Streets Task Force, New York State Police, Buffalo Police Department, Drug Enforcement Agency and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
From left to right: the SAF- D30 Double Ring, the SAF-C30 30 mm and the SAF- C30 cantilever.

Safariland Introduces Trio of AR-15 Mounts

July 13, 2010
Safariland introduces a new series of mounts, including the SAF-S30C 30mm, the SAF- D30 and the SAF- S30 cantilever. These new mounts are lightweight and created to provide maximum stability and strength for attaching to the receiver.

BAE Developing Revolutionary Liquid Body Armor

July 12, 2010
The suit works using a viscous compound which, when attached to traditional Kevlar, absorbs the force of a bullet and responds by becoming thicker. It is hoped the compound will used to make much lighter, more flexible and effective armored vests for soldiers on the front line.

Off-Duty Officer Arrests Oakland Man Who Hurled Infant Into Traffic

July 12, 2010
The officer saw a man later identified as John Taylor Jr., hurl the 18-month-old girl into traffic, where she was hit by a vehicle. The officer helped remove the girl, who was determined to be the suspect's child, from underneath the vehicle. She escaped major injury.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder plans to file a second lawsuit against Arizona. Image via Wikimedia.

Holder Says He May File Second Suit Against Arizona

July 11, 2010
Holder made the announcement on CBS' "Face the Nation" news program. The Department of Justice has already sued to overturn the law based on the concept that immigration falls under a federal rather than state control.

Family of Slain Chicago Officer Decides Against Honors Memorial

July 11, 2010
His wife, Jennifer Loudon, has released a statement urging people who say they want to memorialize her husband to do so by doing something for others, like her husband.
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