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Laredo Officer Used Patrol Car To Transport 'Cocaine'

February 19, 2010
A Laredo police officer has entered a guilty plea to his role in transporting what he thought was cocaine over the border from Mexico.

Multiple Felon Attacked Pittsburgh Officer Prior to Shooting

February 18, 2010
A three-year Pittsburgh police officer is recovering from an attack where she suffered a broken nose, a concussion, and facial lacerations during a physical confrontation that resulted in her shooting a suspect with an extensive criminal record.

Oregon Recruit Shoots Fleeing Suspect

February 18, 2010
The Salem (Ore.) Police Department placed a recruit on administrative leave two weeks after he began patrol duties, after he shot a fleeing suspect in the leg, OregonLive.com reports.

Georgia State SWAT Arrests Cop Killer

February 18, 2010
Ronald Cook, 44, allegedly shot Vogt because he didn't want to be arrested again for driving drunk, AJC.com reports.

Austin Police Respond to Crash Site

February 18, 2010
The crash of a small plane into a Northwest Austin building that housed federal offices was likely an intentional act of a person targeting the Internal Revenue Service, Austin's police chief has said.
Image via TheTruthAbout (Flickr.com).

Los Angeles County Sheriff To Deputies: Be More Cautious During Pursuits

February 18, 2010
Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca has told his deputies to exercise more caution when pursuing armed suspects and call for backup.
LAPD Chief Charlie Beck. Photo by Paul Clinton.

LAPD Chief Cuts OT, Moves Specialized Officers to Patrol

February 18, 2010
To achieve an 8 percent cut in the Los Angeles police workforce, Chief Charlie Beck moved 350 officers from specialized units to patrol duty around the city.

Former NYC Top Cop Kerik Gets Four Years In Prison

February 18, 2010
Bernard Kerik, who led the NYPD during one of its most challenging periods, has been sentenced to four years in prison for his role in a corruption scandal that tarnished the legacy of the one-time Sept. 11 hero.

Best Cop Movies: Police Academy ... Awards

February 18, 2010
At POLICE Magazine, we've had a few debates around the office about the best cop movie ever made. However you define it, we'd like to hear from you about which cop movies you like best.

Florida Agency Buys 150 Three-Shot TASERs

February 17, 2010
TASER International has announced that it has received an order for 150 TASER X3 Electronic Control Devices (ECDs) and related accessories from the Lakeland (Fla.) Police Department. The TASER X3 is the latest, most sophisticated ECD model from TASER with a three-shot semi-automatic capability.
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