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<p>Scottsdale, AZ, Police Chief Alan G. Rodbell was awarded the &quot;Egon Bittner Award&quot; for his significant contributions to the public safety profession and to CALEA. Also in the photo: (Left) Craig Hartley, Executive Director of CALEA, and (Right) Craig Webre, President/Chair of the CALEA Commission and Sheriff of Lafourche Parish, Louisiana. Photo: Scottsdale PD/Facebook</p>

Arizona Chief Given Prestigious CALEA Award

August 3, 2018
Last week Scottsdale, AZ, Police Chief Alan G. Rodbell was awarded the "Egon Bittner Award" for his significant contributions to the public safety profession and to CALEA.

Appeals Court Rules Trump Can't Withhold Funds from California 'Sanctuary' Cities

August 3, 2018
A federal appeals court decided Wednesday that the Trump administration may not withhold federal funds from California’s immigrant-friendly "sanctuary" cities and counties.

Senate Passes 1.9% Federal Pay Raise

August 3, 2018
This week, the United States Senate passed a 1.9% pay raise for federal employees in 2019. But it's not a done deal.

Police: Florida Officer Fell Asleep Before Overturning Patrol Car

August 3, 2018
"He got off late from a 12-hour shift and couldn’t sleep that night from thinking about the shooting," Gross said.

Canadian Driver Charged After Going to Police Station to Prove Sobriety

August 3, 2018
A man is facing an impaired driving charge after police say he showed up at a police station in Mississauga, Canada, to prove to his friends he wasn’t drunk.
<p>Photo: Orlando PD/Facebook</p>

Orlando PD Revises Social Media Policy to Include Possible Firing

August 3, 2018
Orlando police officers can now face termination for violating the department's social media policy, following an officer's controversial Facebook posts that prompted frustration among the agency's civilian oversight board.
<p>Forrest said he relied on his military training. &quot;Act. Move. Do something,&quot; he said. (Photo: WCPO screenshot)</p>

Video: Ohio Officers Honored for Saving Lives With Tourniquets

August 3, 2018
Golf Manor, OH, police Lt. Michael Forrest and Cincinnati Police Officers Luke Wylie and Alexander Saulsbury were all honored Thursday for saving lives using tourniquets.
<p>Colorado Springs Police Officer Cem Duzel (Photo: Colorado Springs PD)</p>

Critically Wounded Colorado Officer Shows Signs of Movement

August 3, 2018
Colorado Springs Police Officer Cem Duzel remained in critical condition Friday morning, but was showing signs of "movement on both sides of his body" overnight, according to the department.

Extradited Suspect Pleads Not Guilty in Agent Brian Terry's Slaying

August 3, 2018
A man extradited to the United States from Mexico this week has pleaded not guilty to charges of pulling the trigger in the slaying of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry in Arizona eight years ago.
<p>More Boston police officers are expected to be wearing body cameras in the near future.&nbsp;Photo: NBC Boston screenshot</p>

Boston to Expand Body Camera Program for Police Officers, Mayor Says

August 3, 2018
More Boston police officers will wear body cameras after the city's mayor announced he is expanding the program following the release of a report that found a pilot program generated "meaningful benefits" between encounters of officers and residents.
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