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Video: LAPD Officer Wounded, Suspect Killed in Watts Gunfight

July 26, 2016
The incident was reported about 11:10 p.m. Officers were conducting an extra patrol in the Nickerson Gardens Housing Project when they went to disperse a group of people who were described in initial reports as being disruptive, said Lt. Chris Ramirez with the Los Angeles Police Department.

Video: Kansas Officers Fired On in Ambush, No Injuries

July 26, 2016
Police and the Kansas City, KS, community are still reeling from the death of Capt. Robert Melton last week but just days later, some Kansas City police officers were forced to take cover after a blaze of gunfire was aimed at them.

NYPD Officers Save Life of Child in the Bronx

July 25, 2016
As an ambulance was still on its way, Sgt. Anthony Lombardo ordered the officers to take the child to the emergency room.

Video: Ohio Officer Seriously Injured when Patrol Car Intentionally Rammed by Suspect's Truck

July 25, 2016
A Cuyahoga Falls, OH, police officer was seriously injured early Saturday morning when his vehicle was apparently intentionally rammed by a pickup truck.

Basketball Great Michael Jordan Donates $1 Million Each to IACP and NAACP

July 25, 2016
Basketball Hall of Famer and owner of the NBA's Charlotte Hornets Michael Jordan has donated $1 miilion each to the International Association of Chiefs of Police and the NAACP with the goal of improving relations between police and the African-American community.

Video: 2 Oregon Officers Injured by Explosion Near Patrol Car

July 25, 2016
Captain Slater said evidence nearby indicates that it was a device resembling a pipe bomb.

White House to Review Ban on Military Gear Purchases for Police

July 25, 2016
The White House will revisit a 2015 ban on police forces getting riot gear, armored vehicles and other military-grade equipment from the U.S. armed forces, two police organization directors say.

Video: Texas Sheriff's Sergeant Killed by Burglary Suspects at Home

July 25, 2016
Police are searching for two burglary suspects after Sgt. Craig “Hutch” Hutchinson of the Travis County (TX) Sheriff’s Office was killed in a shooting at his Round Rock house early Monday morning.
<p>The second-degree murder conviction of Joshua Brown who was charged with&nbsp;the death of Cedar County (MO) Sheriff&#39;s Deputy Matthew Chism was overturned Monday. (Photo: OzarksFirst screenshot)</p>

Judge Throws Out Murder Conviction of Man Charged with Killing Missouri Deputy

July 25, 2016
On Monday, Greene County Circuit Judge Calvin Holden overturned the murder and hindering convictions and sentenced Brown to 10 years on the drug charge and 7 years on the tampering charge, according to Cedar County Prosecuting Attorney Ty Gaither. The sentences are to be served concurrently.

Video: Little Girl Shows Appreciation for Officers Outside Republican Convention

July 22, 2016
A little girl was outside the Republican National Convention with her mother and wanted to show her support for the officers standing guard. So her mother led her down the line of security and the little girl fist-bumped each officer.
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