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Texas Officer, Suspect Shot at Traffic Stop

December 30, 2016
A Weatherford, TX, police officer and a man with a warrant out for his arrest were shot Thursday night during a traffic stop, police said.

Los Angeles Police Commissioner Files Restraining Order Against BLM Activist

December 30, 2016
The president of the Los Angeles Police Commission has filed a request for a temporary restraining order against a prominent member of Black Lives Matter Los Angeles, alleging a pattern of stalking and violent threats. According to the order, the commission president feared for his life and the safety of his family.

CA Cop Killers No Longer Eligible for Early Release

December 30, 2016
Offenders are typically recommended for early release if they have six months or less to live and would not pose a threat to public safety under court conditions or if a prisoner is permanently medically incapacitated.
<p>Participants approach the finish line during the 2016 Copline run. (Photo: Copline)</p>

Support Line for LEOs Holds Charity New Year's Eve Run

December 30, 2016
Copline, a support line for law enforcement officers facing crises, will hold a New Year’s Eve fundraising run on the Point Pleasant Beach Boardwalk, NJ, and virtually throughout the country.
<p>Chicago officers respond to a violent crime. (Photo: Screen shot from CBS &quot;60 Minutes&quot; preview video.</p>

"60 Minutes" to Cover Chicago Violence Spiking While Police Activity Drops This Sunday

December 29, 2016
“We know there’s almost never one simple explanation for any set of data points,” said 60 Minutes producer Andrew Bast. “So we were very cautious to not draw grand conclusions, but at the same time we wanted to find out what relationship this data had to the spike in violence.”
<p>Candles burning for fallen officers during National Police Week. (Photo: Police Magazine/Lynn Cronquist)</p>

64 Officers Shot and Killed in 2016, 21 Ambushed

December 29, 2016
Firearms-related incidents were the number one cause of death in 2016, with 64 officers shot and killed across the country. This represents a significant spike—56 percent—over the 41 officers killed by gunfire in 2015. Of the 64 shooting deaths of officers this year, 21 were the result of ambush-style attacks—the highest total in more than two decades.
<p>A new NYPD policy will allow Sikh officers to wear turbans and grow longer beards. (Photo: Sikh Officers Association/Facebook)</p>

NYPD to Allow Sikh Officers to Wear Turbans, Grow Beards

December 29, 2016
Commissioner Jimmy O’Neill announced the new policy at a graduation ceremony Wednesday, modifying a decades-long policy that set beard growth at just one millimeter.
<p>A manhunt is under way for &quot;Nawffside Oudaa,&quot; who Jackson, MS, police say is linked to a crime that ended in a shootout with police. (Photo: Jackson PD/Twitter)</p>

MS Officer Suffers "Minor" Wounds in Shootout with Car Theft Suspects

December 29, 2016
Jackson, MS, police were involved in a shootout between two men who stole a black 2016 Chevy Impala during a robbery at a south Jackson apartment complex earlier Wednesday evening, authorities said. One officer suffered minor injuries after being shot by the men.

Video: GA Chief was Kidnapped as Child, Says It Shaped Who He is Today

December 29, 2016
“I honestly didn't think I would survive,” Register said, telling the story of how three men kidnapped him and placed him in a shallow grave.

Video: Maryland Deputy Wounded, Suspect Killed in Gunfire Exchange

December 29, 2016
A Queen Anne’s County (MD) Sheriff’s Deputy was shot and the suspect who he exchanged gunfire with was killed during an early morning shooting Thursday.
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