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Video: 10-Year-Old Cancer Patient Sworn in as Honorary Texas Officer

September 12, 2014
Kyle Murray was given a hat and official badge as part of his swearing in ceremony. He'd always wanted to be a police officer.

Video: Escaped School Shooter Recaptured in Ohio

September 12, 2014
Lane, who is now 19, broke out of the Allen Correctional Facility Thursday along with two other prisoners, scaling the facility's main perimeter fence.
<p>Officer Jeffrey Bolger (Photo: Baltimore PD)</p>

Baltimore Officer's Lawyers Defend His Cutting Throat of Loose Dog

September 12, 2014
Lawyers for veteran Baltimore officer Jeffrey Bolger said he was legally authorized to kill a shar-pei named Nala in June and was acting to protect the unborn child of a woman the dog had bitten.

Digital Ally to Introduce Glasses Camera for FirstVu HD at IACP

September 11, 2014
Digital Ally, Inc., announced today it will introduce a "bullet camera" option for its FirstVu HD Officer-Worn Video System at the upcoming International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Conference, which is scheduled for October 25–28, 2014 in Orlando, Fla.
<p>Photo: Ocean Systems</p>

Ocean Systems' QuickDME Manages Digital Assets

September 11, 2014
Ocean Systems' QuickDME is a secure end-to-end digital evidence asset manager that is easy to integrate within or between law enforcement agencies, allowing them to automate and standardize the ingesting, storage, dissemination, and tracking of all their digital assets involved in a case.

California Drug Raid Nets AK Rifles Modified to Look Like Toys

September 11, 2014
A two-month undercover investigation led police this week to arrest three men and seize more than 500 marijuana plants, eight pounds of processed pot, $45,000 in drug money and two assault rifles that had been made to resemble toy guns.

St. Louis County Police to Test Body Cameras

September 11, 2014
Several companies are lending free technology to police departments in hope of landing lucrative contracts in an industry that surged after a national outcry about the Ferguson police shooting. In St. Louis County, 188 police officers will be using cameras in the north and central county precincts, as well as in Jennings and Dellwood.
<p><span style=&quot;font-size: 12px; line-height: 17px;&quot;>Deputy Joseph Matuskovic (Photo: Charleston County Sheriff&#39;s Office)</span></p>

Slain South Carolina Deputy was Shot Through His Vest by AK-Style Rifle

September 11, 2014
Several bullets from the weapon similar to an AK-47 killed Deputy Joseph Matuskovic, 43, after they punctured his armor, Sheriff Al Cannon said.

1,000 Agents and Officers Raid L.A. Fashion District, Seize Cartel Millions

September 11, 2014
An army of federal and local law enforcement agents stormed Los Angeles’ fashion district Wednesday, arresting nine suspects, seizing $65 million and searching businesses that federal prosecutors allege have been laundering money for criminals including drug dealers and Mexican drug cartel kidnappers.

St. Louis Chief Seeks Body Cameras, Plans to Establish Deadly Force Investigation Unit

September 11, 2014
The department, Dotson said, will seek about $1 million from City Hall to outfit 900 officers with body cameras to record their interactions with civilians.
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