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<p>Urbandale (Iowa) Police Officer Justin Martin, 24, and Des Moines Police Sgt. Anthony &quot;Tony&quot; Beminio, 38, were ambushed and killed last November. (Photo: Screen shot from Des Moines Register video)</p>

Man Gets 2 Life Sentences for Ambush Killings of Iowa Officers

May 22, 2017
During a hearing at the Polk County (Iowa) Courthouse Friday morning, Scott Michael Greene, 46, withdrew not guilty pleas and pleaded guilty to two first-degree murder charges in the shooting deaths of Urbandale (Iowa) Police Officer Justin Martin, 24, and Des Moines Police Sgt. Anthony "Tony" Beminio, 38.

Video: TX Deputy Chiefs Demoted for Leaking Body Cam Footage of Controversial Arrest

May 22, 2017
Two high-ranking Fort Worth, TX, police officials were demoted from department command staff to the rank of captain Friday, accused of leaking an officer’s body camera video from a controversial arrest and his personnel file.
<p>Miami officer Orlando Machado died of an off-duty aneurysm Sunday. (Photo: Miami PD)</p>

38-Year-Old FL Officer Dies of Off-Duty Aneurysm

May 22, 2017
Miami police told the Miami Herald that Orlando Machado, 38, who was married and has two children, suffered the aneurysm Friday while off-duty and doctors removed him from life support Sunday.

Video: Man Shoots Realistic Blank Gun at CA Officers During Chase

May 19, 2017
A Bakersfield, CA, officer fired his gun during a chase with a suspect shooting blanks Thursday night, but the suspect wasn't hit.
<p>Officer Betty Shelby of the Tulsa Police Department was acquitted of manslaughter in the shooting of Terence Crutcher earlier this week. She is scheduled to return to duty, but not patrol, next week. (Photo: Tulsa PD)</p>

Acquitted Tulsa Officer Returns to Duty but Not Patrol

May 19, 2017
Tulsa police officer Betty Shelby will return to duty but not on patrol assignment after her manslaughter acquittal, and she will receive back pay from her unpaid suspension after she was charged in Terence Crutcher's death.
<p>Sgt. George Aguilar Sr. was slain in 1988. (Photo: Inglewood PD)</p>

Man Convicted in 1988 Killing of CA Officer to Be Set Free

May 19, 2017
A man convicted of masterminding a robbery that led to the 1988 slaying of an Inglewood, CA, police sergeant is set to be released from prison despite the furious pleas of the slain officer’s family and law enforcement leaders.

Video: Rookie Michigan Officer Helps Save Life on First Call

May 19, 2017
An officer with the Northville Township (MI) Police Department helped save a life Monday on his first day on the job.
<p>Officer Sonny Kim was killed in 2015 by&nbsp;Trepierre Hummons. This week the Mayor of Cincinnati&#39;s office issue a proclamation honoring Hummons. The proclamation was issued as a result of a clerical error, the mayor says. (Photo: Cincinnati PD)</p>

Cincinnati Mayor’s Office Mistakenly Honors Cop Killer, Apologizes

May 19, 2017
Cincinnati mayor John Cranley apologized to the Fraternal Order of Police Thursday night after his office mistakenly issued a proclamation honoring the man who ambushed and killed Cincinnati Police Officer Sonny Kim.

Video: Wild CA Vehicle Pursuit Ends in Foot Chase, Takedown of Suspect

May 19, 2017
A suspected tire thief was arrested Thursday in Orange County, CA, after a wild high-speed police chase ended when officers used a PIT maneuver to spin out the truck and then had to chase the man down on foot into a front yard.

Study Shows Dallas Officers Do Not Use Force More Often on Minorities

May 19, 2017
Dallas police officers do not disproportionately use force against minorities, contrary to common public perceptions, a new study has found.
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