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'Helluva' Shot Stopped Gunman in Baton Rouge, Officials Say

July 18, 2016
On Sunday, the Baton Rouge SWAT team's training kicked in and the team performed flawlessly in responding to an ambush on officers, an emotional Dabadie said at a press conference.
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California K-9 Stabbed While Chasing Suspect in Marijuana Grow

July 18, 2016
Officials said the second suspect stabbed K-9 Johnny in the left side of his neck with the 10-inch knife and ran into the woods.

Video: Obama Says Police Can 'Make the Job of Being a Cop a Lot Safer' by Admitting Failures

July 18, 2016
Fielding a question about the violence against police in Dallas, which left five officers dead, Obama said police officers will be safer once they acknowledge their failures.
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North Carolina Officer Leaves Work to Find Thank You Notes on Car

July 18, 2016
After working a secondary employment job at Best Buy, Officer J. Wall found people leaving several thank-you notes on his patrol vehicle.

Video: Diverse Kansas Citizens Gather for Barbecue With Police

July 18, 2016
Protesters had planned to march on Sunday, but after organizers met with Wichita Police Chief Gordon Ramsay for hours, according to the protesters, they agreed to break bread together instead.
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Judge Throws Out Ex-L.A. County Sheriff's Plea Deal

July 18, 2016
A federal judge rejected a plea agreement Monday under which former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca would have served up to six months in prison for lying to federal authorities, saying the punishment was not severe enough.

Miami Police Rush Order for $300,000 in Body Armor Approved After Orlando Shooting

July 18, 2016
Miami Police Chief Rodolfo Llanes argued that, in the wake of the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando a month ago, the department now needs to quickly purchase the armor plates and carriers to keep civilians safe.
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Baton Rouge Gunman 'Was Targeting Officers,' Police Say

July 18, 2016
The man who fatally shot three law enforcement officers in Baton Rouge, LA, and wounded three others on Sunday morning "was targeting officers," state police officials said Monday.

NLEOMF Issues Statement in Response to Louisiana Officer Fatalities

July 18, 2016
Today, I join all members of the law enforcement family and caring citizens across our nation in expressing profound grief and outrage over the murders of three Louisiana law enforcement professionals and the wounding of three others by what appears to be an armed assassin.

FLEOA Outraged Over Continued Ambushed Attacks on Law Enforcement

July 18, 2016
FLEOA is appalled by two more ambush attacks on law enforcement. Today's depraved ambush attacks on a Milwaukee Police Officer followed by attacks on multiple Baton Rouge Police Officers were unconscionable.
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