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<p>K-9 Turbo (Photo:&nbsp;Newaygo County Sheriff&rsquo;s Department)</p>

Retiring Michigan K-9 Locates Missing Child

April 23, 2015
A two-year-old Michigan boy was returned home safe and sound after he wandered off Tuesday night thanks to a Newaygo County Sheriff’s Department K-9 named Turbo.
<p>Officer Cody Remy saw a child working on his broken bike and stopped to help. (Photo: WFSB)</p>

Connecticut Officer on Patrol Stops, Fixes Child's Bike

April 23, 2015
Officer Cody Remy was on patrol in Trumbull Gardens on Saturday when city officials said he stopped to help a child, whose bicycle was broken. The kind gesture was caught on camera and sent out to local media.
<p>The Swedish officers turned the suspect over to the NYPD. (Photo: Uncredited from New York Post)</p>

Swedish Police Officers on Vacation Break Up Fight in New York City

April 23, 2015
Four Swedish police officers took a break from their New York vacation to answer the call of duty Wednesday, breaking up an out-of-control fight between two homeless men on a Manhattan subway train.

NYPD to Change How It Evaluates Officers

April 23, 2015
Created in 2011 following a pilot program, the current evaluation program, known as Quest for Excellence, requires the city’s nearly 35,000 officers to fill out daily and monthly activity reports measuring their productivity in terms of hours worked, arrests made, summonses issued and reports prepared—including reports detailing the stop-and-frisk tactic.
<p>Photo: Coos County (Ore.) Sheriff&#39;s Office</p>

Oregon Deputy Killed in ATV Accident On Duty

April 22, 2015
Dep. Gil Datan died Monday afternoon in rugged terrain on timber lands after county officials believe he rolled his ATV as he attempted to navigate a steep embankment.
<p>Photo: screenshot from NBC Los Angeles</p>

$650,000 Settlement Reached in Beating by California Deputies

April 21, 2015
The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors has agreed to pay $650,000 to a man who was punched and kicked by a group of San Bernardino County, Calif., deputies following a pursuit on horseback.
<p>DEA administrator Michele Leonhart (Photo: DEA)</p>

CBS News: DEA Head Expected To Resign Following Prostitution Scandal

April 21, 2015
Leonhart came under fire after an internal report said government money was used to pay prostitutes at a farewell party for a high-ranking DEA official in Colombia.
Tags: DEA

Video: Miami Assistant Police Chief Criticized for Not Pledging Allegiance

April 21, 2015
The head of the Miami police union is seeking disciplinary action against the assistant police chief after she refused to salute the American flag while in uniform during a promotional ceremony.

Video: Chicago Officer Not Guilty in Shooting of Unarmed Woman

April 21, 2015
A judge found a Chicago police officer not guilty on charges he shot and killed Rekia Boyd, a 22-year-old unarmed woman. The officer was off-duty when he opened fire during a confrontation with a group of people three years ago.

Video: New Jersey Officers Pull Woman from Car Moments Before It Burns

April 21, 2015
Moments before a rolled over Toyota Solara convertible became engulfed in flames, Ehrenburg and his partner, Officer Rickey Ferriola, cut the driver out of her seat belt and pulled her to safety.
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