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<p>Albuquerque Officer Daniel Webster died a little more than a week after being shot multiple times at a traffic stop. (Photo: Albuquerque PD)</p>

Albuquerque Officer Dies 8 Days After Being Shot at Traffic Stop

October 29, 2015
The Albuquerque police officer shot and critically injured during a traffic stop last week succumbed to his injuries early Thursday morning after a week-long battle for his life, according to Police Chief Gorden Eden.

Crossmatch Launches DigitalPersona Mobile ID and Commander Applications

October 28, 2015
Crossmatch, provider of livescan, mobile and identity management solutions, announced the launch of the company's new DigitalPersona Mobile ID application and Commander mobile device management software at the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) conference and exhibition.

President Obama's Complete Speech to IACP 2015

October 28, 2015
This is a transcript of President Barack Obama's speech to the International Association of Chiefs of Police on Oct. 27, 2015.

Video: South Carolina SRO Fired Over Classroom Force Incident

October 28, 2015
Richland County, SC, Sheriff Leon Lott said on Wednesday he has fired a school resource for his actions inside a Spring Valley High School classroom on Monday, which the sheriff says did not comply with policy.
<p>President Barack Obama speaks live to attendees at IACP 2015. (Photo: Melanie Basich)</p>

Obama Praises Officers, Pushes for Stricter Gun Laws and Sentencing Reform in Speech to IACP Crowd

October 27, 2015
The President said officers can be made safer and criminal justice reform effected by making sure officers have the resources they need to do the job, through criminal justice reform that will make the system smarter and fairer, and by taking steps to reduce the risk to law enforcement officers, namely more rigid gun laws.

Video: New Orleans Police Commander "Targeted," Wounded in Drive-By Shooting

October 27, 2015
New Orleans Police Chief Michael Harrison said on Monday a gunman targeted Cmdr. Derek Frick in a drive-by shooting in the Desire neighborhood the night before. At the same time, Harrison stopped short of suggesting the reason Frick was targeted.

Video: South Carolina Sheriff Asks FBI to Investigate SRO Incident Captured on Video

October 27, 2015
On Tuesday, a day after the incident, Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott asked the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the U.S. Justice Department to conduct an investigation of Monday's incident at Spring Valley High School.
<p>Baltimore officers show body-worn cameras at press conference. (Photo: screen shot from Baltimore Sun video)</p>

Baltimore PD Begins Body-Worn Camera Pilot Program

October 27, 2015
More than 150 police officers in east, west and central Baltimore were equipped with body cameras Monday — instructed to begin recording their interactions with the public as a first step toward department-wide use of the technology next year.

NYPD Officer Holder's Fiancée Says He Wouldn't Have Wanted Sharpton at His Funeral

October 27, 2015
“He didn’t like [Sharpton]. He wasn’t a fan. So I don’t know why [Sharpton] is speaking,’’ Mary Muhammad said.

Black Lives Matter Forms Political Action Committee

October 27, 2015
Black Lives Matter is a collective of organizations that sprung up around the country after a series of incidents of controversial police and private gun-owner shootings of African-Americans that have been legally determined to be justified. It has been labeled a hate group by some conservatives and quite nearly has been blamed by the FBI director for emboldening criminals and cowing cops. And now, it includes a political action committee, as defined by the Federal Election Commission.
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