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<p>Sugar Land Public Safety Dispatch in Texas has earned a two-year Total Response Reaccreditation for emergency call handling. (Photo: PowerPhone)</p>

Sugar Land Public Safety Dispatch Receives Total Response Reaccreditation

July 20, 2016
Sugar Land Public Safety Dispatch in Texas has earned a two-year Total Response Reaccreditation for emergency call handling. Total Response Accreditation is provided by 911 call-handling-system provider PowerPhone.

Intellicheck Mobilisa Awarded Contract for Site Secure Access Control at Classified Federal Facility

July 20, 2016
Intellicheck Mobilisa Inc. today announced it has been awarded a federal contract to expand the deployment of Defense ID at a highly classified federal government facility in the Washington, D.C. area.
<p>Officer Kris Moules (Photo: WNEP screenshot)</p>

Pennsylvania Corrections Officer Attacked, Killed in Fall Down Elevator Shaft

July 19, 2016
Corrections officer Kris Moules, 25, was killed in a fight with an inmate Monday night at the Luzerne County Prison in Wilkes-Barre, PA, when the two men fell down an elevator shaft.
<p>Officer Michael Flamion (Photo: Facebook)</p>

Missouri Officer Paralyzed After Shot in Neck at Traffic Stop

July 19, 2016
A suburban St. Louis police officer shot in the neck during a traffic stop is paralyzed from the neck down due to what the Ballwin, MO, police chief calls "catastrophic damage to his spinal cord."

Texas Governor Announces Police Protection Act

July 19, 2016
The proposal is punctuated by making it a hate crime for anyone to commit a crime against a law enforcement officer out of bias against the police. The governor will request that the Texas legislature pass the Police Protection Act in the 2017 legislative session.

Despite Acquittals, Prosecution Expected to Continue Freddie Gray Trials of Officers

July 19, 2016
Even though a judge acquitted a third Baltimore officer of charges stemming from the in-custody death of Freddie Gray Monday, prosecutors seem to be willing to try the remaining three cases amid mounting pressure to call it quits.
<p>The&nbsp;Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department posted a photo on Facebook of an officer&#39;s children praying for their father&#39;s safe return. (Photo: Facebook)</p>

Indianapolis Police Post Photo on Facebook of Children Praying for Officer Father

July 19, 2016
A photo shared by the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department on Facebook Sunday is touching hearts across the country, as it shows children praying for the safe return of their police officer father.

Baton Rouge Police Killer was Sovereign Citizen

July 19, 2016
Court documents in Kansas City show Long, who changed his name to Cosmo Ausar Setepenra, claimed his nationality as United Washitaw de Dugdahmoundyah Mu'ur. The Washitaw, sometimes spelled Washitah, believe their ancestors were original inhabitants of the New World, who they say were black Africans.

Video: Kansas Police Captain Killed in Tuesday Afternoon Shooting

July 19, 2016
Capt. Robert Melton was shot at 22nd and Haskell. One person is in custody, another has been detained.

Video: San Antonio Officer Saves Children from Apartment Fire

July 19, 2016
"I was just hoping they would come to me,” Bowen said. “They didn't want to at first but I talked to them and talked to them and finally they started coming. "
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