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All CA Agencies Must Begin Tracking Use-of-Force Injuries

September 23, 2016
All 800 police departments in California must begin using a new online tool launched Thursday to report and help track every time officers use force that causes serious injuries.

Video: Man Braves Charlotte Riots to Hug Officers

September 23, 2016
A man who travels to cities rocked by anti-police protests after officer-involved shootings and hugs police officers was on the streets of Charlotte Wednesday night as protesting transitioned to rioting.

Video: Scott Family Releases Cellphone Footage Taken During Fatal Charlotte OIS

September 23, 2016
The video, taken by Scott's wife, does not clearly show the exact moment he was shot by police on Tuesday. Scott is seen on the ground surrounded by police officers moments after the shots were fired.
<p>Photo: Facebook</p>

NY Corrections Sergeant Dies During Dive Training

September 23, 2016
Sgt. Kerry Winters, 51, a 30-year veteran of the Ulster County Sheriff's Office Corrections Division, died Thursday during an in-water dive training exercise.
<p>The Willingboro Township (NJ) Police Department will use its grant to purchase a new K-9. (Photo: Facebook)</p>

Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback Announces Philadelphia Area K-9 Grant

September 22, 2016
Today, Pittsburgh Steelers' Super Bowl Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger announced the Ben Roethlisberger Foundation at The Giving Back Fund will be distributing a grant to the Willingboro Township Police Department in New Jersey just northeast of Philadelphia where the Steelers will play the Eagles on September 25.

Video of Charlotte Police Shooting That Sparked Riots Will Not be Released

September 22, 2016
After rioting raged for the second night in Charlotte over the police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott, the city's police chief told reporters Thursday he has no intention of releasing dashcam video of the shooting "to the masses."

Video: Charlotte Chief Says No Need for Curfew as Guard and Troopers Bolster Police Resources

September 22, 2016
Putney said the city's resources have been tied up by two nights of rioting over the fatal police shooting of Keith Scott, but now with help from the State Highway Patrol and State National Guard, more help is available. Putney reiterated more people and additional resources will be coming in to counteract any violent protests Thursday night, but there was no need to impose a curfew at this time.

Video: Tulsa Officer Charged with Manslaughter in Crutcher Shooting

September 22, 2016
The Tulsa County (OK) District Attorney Stephen Kunzweiler announced today he charged Officer Betty Shelby with first-degree manslaughter in the death of Terence Crutcher.

Man Killed in Charlotte OIS Had Record of Violence and Weapons Charges

September 22, 2016
The man killed in an officer-involved shooting Tuesday afternoon in Charlotte had a record of weapons and violence charges.

NJ Officer Stabbed in Face at Domestic

September 22, 2016
A Vineland, NJ, man was charged with attempted murder Wednesday after he allegedly stabbed a police officer in the face and head at the suspect’s home during a fight with two officers.
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