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Video: Florida Man Gets Death Penalty for Killing Sergeant

April 29, 2016
Convicted cop killer Eriese Tisdale, 28, was sentenced to death Friday morning by a Florida Circuit Court Judge.

Bratton Advises New Yorkers on How to Not Get Shot by Police

April 29, 2016
Police Commissioner Bill Bratton has some simple advice for New Yorkers – if you don’t want to get shot by cops, don’t point a gun at them.

Florida Activists Call for Investigation of Deputies Over Death of 3 Teen Suspects in Pond Crash

April 29, 2016
A coalition of activists called Thursday for an outside investigation of the events leading up to the deaths last month of three teenage girls who drowned while fleeing from Pinellas, FL, sheriff's deputies.
<p>The Spokane PD is now training a bloodhound named daisy to help search for lost children. (Photo: Carla Blazek Tumbled Bones Photography/Spokane PD Facebook)</p>

Spokane Police Training Bloodhound to Find Lost Children

April 29, 2016
Donations to K9 Support Northwest, a local nonprofit, paid for Daisy’s purchase and a week of training with Reynolds in California. The organization’s founder, Carla Blazek, is a dog-lover and a frequent contributor of photography to Police Magazine who has shot photos of local police dogs for several years.

Video: California Officers Ambushed in Unmarked Vehicle, Suspect Wounded in Gunfight

April 29, 2016
In what police are calling an ambush attack, gunfire disabled a police vehicle in San Bernardino Thursday night, but the officers were unhurt and returned fire, police said.

Some Dallas Officers to be Issued Less-Lethal Launchers and Sponge Rounds

April 29, 2016
Police booster group Safer Dallas Better Dallas announced Thursday that it plans to raise $250,000 to help pay for more than 100 launchers that shoot sponge rounds. The less-lethal weapons are meant to disarm and incapacitate someone from up to 100 feet away, police officials say.
<p>The Armatix iP1 is a .22 caliber pistol that can be fired when it is no more than 10 inches away from an RFID watch. (Photo: Armatix)</p>

Obama Wants Law Enforcement to Use "Smart Guns"

April 29, 2016
Under the measures, the government would define requirements that gun makers need to meet for police to consider purchasing. The White House said that local governments could apply for grants for guns equipped with the technology.

Oregon Officer Shot After Car Crash

April 28, 2016
A Gresham, OR, crash scene evolved into a shooting that left an officer and a suspect wounded Wednesday night. Both are expected to recover from being shot.

Jury Convicts Ex-Oklahoma Reserve Deputy in Suspect's Death

April 28, 2016
A former Oklahoma volunteer sheriff's deputy who said he mistook his handgun for his stun gun when he fatally shot an unarmed suspect last year was convicted of second-degree manslaughter on Wednesday.

Willie Williams, LAPD’s First Black Police Chief, Dies at 72

April 28, 2016
Willie Williams, who became Los Angeles’ first African American police chief in the aftermath of the 1992 riots, has died. He was 72.
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