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<p>Berkeley County Sheriff Butch Henerey held a press conference regarding the shooting of Dep. Will Rogers.</p>

Video: South Carolina Deputy Shot by Masked Man, in Critical Condition

May 15, 2015
Berkeley County (S.C.) Sheriff's Lt. Will Rogers is out of surgery, and in critical but stable condition after suffering multiple gunshot wounds late Thursday night. The masked gunman is still at large.
<p>The 27th Annual Candlelight Vigil was held Wednesday May 13 at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Lynn Cronquist)</p>

Thousands Attend Annual Candlelight Vigil for Law Enforcement's Fallen

May 15, 2015
"The names of both father and son are now inscribed on panel 16E of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial," National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund Chairman and CEO Craig W.Floyd said.
<p>Hoisting of the Flags at the Special Olympics Torch Lighting Ceremony in Athens, Greece. (Photo: Special Olympics)</p>

Special Olympics Flame of Hope Ignited in Athens, Greece

May 14, 2015
Today, the Special Olympics Flame of Hope for the Special Olympics World Games Los Angeles 2015 (LA2015) was lit during a formal torch lighting ceremony in Athens, Greece. Present at the ceremony were Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Final Leg Team members.

AS&E Extends Capabilities of Z Backscatter Van for Enhanced Explosive, Drug, and Weapon Detection

May 14, 2015
The new Tx-View for ZBV provides enhanced detection of weapons and metallic components of vehicle-borne improvised explosive devices (VBIEDs) to complement the ZBV's Z Backscatter imaging.
<p>One of the &#39;don&#39;t run&quot; from police billboards in the Atlanta campaign that began Monday and ended Tuesday night. (Photo: Screen Shot from CBS 46 TV)&nbsp;</p>

Atlanta Ends "Don't Run" from Police Campaign

May 14, 2015
“To me it seems like we are saying people are doing something wrong by running,” said Councilwoman Keisha Lance Bottoms at the public safety committee meeting Tuesday. “One of the things I will always teach my children is that they have the right to run. It may be ill advised but the issue is not with them exercising their rights but the response to them exercising their rights.

6 Philly Narcotics Officers Acquitted of Federal Corruption Charges

May 14, 2015
Each of the officers had faced one count of racketeering conspiracy. Four had also been charged with conspiring to violate the civil rights of drug defendants, among other charges.
<p>Protesters march in Madison, Wis., on Wednesday. (Photo: Screen Shot from WTMJ TV)</p>

Protesters Hold Mock Trial of Wisconsin Officer who Killed Tony Robinson

May 14, 2015
Madison Mayor Paul Soglin had warned that anyone who broke the law would be arrested. At the end of the event, police arrested some two dozen protesters who locked arms and blocked an intersection near the courthouse. As the police were detaining those protesters, onlookers hurled insults at the officers, including racial epithets.

Video: Georgia Officer Dragged by Car at Traffic Stop

May 14, 2015
On the body cam video, you hear the officer ask Adams to take the keys out of the ignition then you hear Adams say he has to call his brother.

New Jersey Officer Saves Man Having Cardiac Arrest

May 14, 2015
"Ptl. Einstein is certified as an EMT and is a dedicated officer, however he is passionate when responding to medical emergencies. On this date Ptl. Einstein used his skills and training to save a life," police wrote.

Fifth Suspect Arrested in Connection with Mississippi Officer Killings

May 14, 2015
Abram Wade "Pete" Franklin was awaiting his initial appearance in court on Wednesday after the Mississippi Bureau of Investigation charged the 29-year-old with obstruction in the case, Mississippi Bureau of Investigation spokesman Warren Strain told CNN.
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