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<p>Seattle officer work a previous May Day protest. (Photo: KING 5 TV)</p>

Seattle PD Prepares for Possibly Violent May Day Protests

April 28, 2015
With what's happening in Baltimore and a "Black Lives Matter" event planned on Friday, police expect to see a lot of people downtown. They've already met with at least one of the groups planning to march for workers' rights. They say that meeting went well.
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New Jersey State Police Detail Sent to Baltimore to Help Quell Riots

April 28, 2015
New Jersey is sending 150 State Police troopers to Maryland to help restore order in Baltimore after riots erupted in the city, Gov. Chris Christie announced Tuesday.

USCCA Concealed Carry Expo Announces Speaker Lineup

April 28, 2015
The USCCA has announced a growing list of presenters for the upcoming Concealed Carry Expo, May 8-10, 2015, located at the Washington County Fair Park in West Bend, Wisconsin. This consumer event will feature numerous retailers and manufacturers and will offer a variety of "living classroom" experiences and seminars.

Video: 15 to 20 Shots Fired into California Prison Yard, Corrections Officer Injured

April 28, 2015
Officials at the prison say that between 15 and 20 rounds were fired outside the secure perimeter and into the Facility A yard. One correctional officer -- whose identity has not been released -- was grazed by a bullet that penetrated his stab-resistant vest.
<p>&quot;The Wire&quot; is about police and drug dealers in Baltimore. The widely acclaimed series was created by former Baltimore Sun police reporter David Simon. (Photo: DVD Art)</p>

Creator of HBO Police Show "The Wire" Denounces Baltimore Rioting

April 28, 2015
"The Wire," which depicted the Baltimore drug scene through the eyes of drug dealers and police, ran for five seasons on HBO, ending in 2008. Simon, a former Baltimore Sun reporter, was critical of those who resorted to violence Monday.
<p>Tulsa County, Okla., Undersheriff Tim Albin. (Photo: Screen Shot from Fox 23)</p>

Oklahoma Undersheriff Resigns Over Reserve Deputy Training Records

April 28, 2015
Tulsa County (Okla.) Sheriff Stanley Glanz announced Monday the resignation of Undersheriff Tim Albin in the wake of documents released that allege Albin intimidated employees to elevate a reserve deputy in the program.

Union Approves LAPD's Body Camera Policy

April 28, 2015
Often video footage is extremely beneficial for providing a reliable account of events and helping officers to get criminals off the streets. However, it is critical for our officers and the public to remember—and as the policy clearly states—these body camera videos provide a limited perspective and are not to be relied upon as the sole piece of evidence.

Video: Baltimore Mother Slaps Son After Seeing Him Throw Rocks at Police

April 28, 2015
The woman was caught on camera recognising her son, even though he was wearing a black face mask, and berating him for throwing rocks at police.

Maryland Governor Declares State of Emergency, Activates National Guard

April 27, 2015
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan signed an executive order Monday declaring a state of emergency and activating the National Guard because of violence in Baltimore, including attacks on police.
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Lockheed Martin and Project Lifesaver Partner to Locate Missing Persons

April 27, 2015
To augment humanitarian search and rescue efforts, Lockheed Martin announced today it is teaming with Project Lifesaver International and Loen Engineering Inc., bringing advanced technology to first response agencies with the Indago small unmanned aerial system (UAS).
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