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<p>Sgt. Demetrick Pennie of the Dallas Police Department is suing Black Lives Matter and others for inciting violence against officers. (Photo: Fox News screen shot)</p>

Dallas Officer Sues Black Lives Matter for Inciting Attacks on Police

September 20, 2016
A Dallas police sergeant has filed a federal lawsuit against Black Lives Matter leaders, President Obama, George Soros and others for allegedly inciting racial violence against law enforcement.

Video: Philly Sergeant Wounded in Saturday Rampage Released from Hospital

September 20, 2016
Philadelphia Sgt. Sylvia Young looked emotional while being welcomed by a line of dozens of uniformed police officers saluting her. The 19-year veteran -- with her arm in a sling -- was wheeled out of Penn-Presbyterian at about 1pm Tuesday. Then, she stood up on her own feet before a highway patrol escorted her home.
<p>Linden, NJ, officers Angel Padilla and Peter Hammer were injured in the gunfight with the terror suspect. (Photo: Linden PD)</p>

NJ Chief "Very Proud" of Officers Who Captured Bombing Suspect

September 20, 2016
The police chief of Linden, New Jersey, is "very proud" of his officers' preparedness after they engaged in a shootout and captured the suspect in the New York and New Jersey explosions this weekend.

Video: Father of NY Bombing Suspect Says He Reported Son to FBI in 2014

September 20, 2016
The father of accused terrorist bomber Ahmad Khan Rahami says he contacted the feds in 2014 when his son turned violent after he returned to New Jersey from a trip to Afghanistan.

Video: Attorney for Tulsa Officer Says Man Ignored Commands, Touched Pockets Before Fatal Shooting

September 20, 2016
An attorney for an Oklahoma police officer who fatally shot a man Friday said the man ignored officers' commands, kept touching his pocket and was reaching through a window of his SUV when he was killed.
<p>WarFytr Liberty Holster (Photo: OfficerStore.com)</p>

OfficerStore Partners with WarFytr, Offers New Liberty Holster

September 20, 2016
OfficerStore recently partnered with WarFytr. Its new Liberty Holster's ambidextrous design gives the wearer many carrying options, and its patent-pending Fabriclip can be used to securely latch it onto backpacks, purses, pockets, and more.
<p>Photo: Crossmatch</p>

Crossmatch Introduces Innovative Mobile Ten-Print Technology

September 20, 2016
The new FAP60 thin film transistor (TFT) sensor from Crossmatch is designed to process FBI compliant enrollments and rapid ID checks on a single device, all without the weight and bulk of optical-based sensors.

Off-Duty Officer Killed Man Who Stabbed 8 at Minnesota Mall

September 19, 2016
A suspect in a series of stabbing attacks at a St. Cloud, MN, shopping mall Saturday night was killed inside the mall by an off-duty officer, according to St. Cloud police.

Officer Narrowly Survived Deadly Philadelphia Shooting Spree as 2 Officers Hurt

September 19, 2016
In total, 18 shots were fired at close-range at Sgt. Sylvia Young from a 9mm Luger, marking the beginning of a chaotic night in Philadelphia that would ultimately leave her, another officer, and three civilians injured; a 25-year-old woman dead; and the suspect killed amid a foot chase.
<p>John Ashcroft (Photo: NLEOMF)</p>

John Ashcroft Appointed Chairman of National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund

September 19, 2016
Former U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft has been appointed Chairman of the Board of Directors of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF), a nonprofit organization established in 1984 to tell the story of American law enforcement, promote officer safety, and honor those who serve and sacrifice.
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