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NYPD Hires Controversial Former Denver Officer to Head Training

March 28, 2016
A former Denver officer who has devoted her career to fostering stronger ties between police and minority communities will head up training for the NYPD, becoming the first black woman in that role in decades, officials said.

Texas Trooper Killed in Single-Car Accident

March 27, 2016
The Texas Department of Public Safety said a Highway Patrol trooper died in a single-car accident in Northeast Texas late Saturday night.

Asset Forfeiture Buys 2,000 Trauma Kits for Colorado Officers

March 26, 2016
In the coming months, 2,000 police officers around the state of Colorado will receive individual first-aid kits (IFAK), Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman announced Thursday.
<p>Two Des Moines officers were killed early Saturday morning when their vehicle was hit by a wrong-way driver on the Interstate. (Photo: KCCI screen shot)</p>

2 Iowa Officers Killed by Wrong-Way Driver on I-80

March 26, 2016
Two Des Moines Police officers were killed in the line of duty early Saturday morning while transporting a prisoner when their vehicle was struck head-on by a wrong-way driver. The prisoner and the driver of the second vehicle involved were also killed.

Video: Fresno Chief Uses Officers' Body Camera Videos to Defend Controversial Shooting

March 26, 2016
Body-worn camera footage released Thursday by the Fresno Police Department shows officers shooting 40-year-old Freddy Centeno in September after the man drew a black hose nozzle from his pocket. Centeno, a reportedly mentally disabled man, died nearly a month later, and his family has filed a lawsuit against the Fresno PD and the officers involved.

Video: Phoenix Officer Fighting Incurable Diseases, Needs Lifelong Treatment

March 26, 2016
For the last five years, Officer Denham has lived with an invisible disease. It's an autoimmune disease called systemic sclerosis, which is a rare form of scleroderma.

Video: Thousands Attend Memorial for Fallen Maryland Officer

March 26, 2016
Both the viewing and funeral were originally not open to the public. Family and the police decided to open everything up to the public because of the amount of the support received from the community.

After Police Criticism, Denver Student Withdraws KKK/Cop Art from City-Sponsored Show

March 25, 2016
The Denver school district's communications chief, Nancy Mitchell, said the girl immediately asked to take her painting out of the award show when she shared the criticism with her.

Video: California Officers Shoot, Kill Man Holding His Ex-Girlfriend Hostage

March 25, 2016
The gunman then fled with his ex-girlfriend to a nearby street, where he took cover behind the woman as they sat on the ground. Officers backed by an armored vehicle surrounded the couple with guns drawn.
<p>Left to right: Trooper Rick Carlson and Trooper Jim Leonard of the Michigan State Police, and Deputy Justin Holzschu of the Otsego County (MI) Sheriff&#39;s Department (Photo: NLEOMF)</p>

Michigan Troopers, Deputy Named March 2016 NLEOMF Officers of the Month

March 24, 2016
For saving a child from a house fire, the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund has selected Trooper Jim Leonard and Trooper Rick Carlson, of the Michigan State Police, and Deputy Justin Holzschu, of the Otsego County (MI) Sheriff's Department, as the recipients of its Officer of the Month Award for March 2016.
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