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<p>This zip gun was attached to the fence of a gang task force in Hemet, Calif. Photo: ATF.</p>

FBI Releases 2010 LEOKA Report

October 25, 2011
While on duty in 2010, 56 law enforcement officers were feloniously killed, 72 died in accidents, and more than 53,000 were assaulted, according to data in the "Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted" report.
<p>Members of the MS-13 gang in prison. Photo: FBI</p>

FBI: Gangs Responsible for 48% of Violent Crime

October 25, 2011
Increasingly sophisticated street gangs committed 48 percent of violent crime, as they expanded their criminal activity and networking with broader criminal organizations.

Man Charged with Shotgun Killing of Pa. Cop Eligible for Death Penalty

October 25, 2011
The man facing trial for fatally shooting a Freemansburg Borough (Pa.) Police officer in the head, while the officer was attempting to subdue his two dogs, is eligible for the death penalty.
<p>Photo: Heizer Defense</p>

Heizer Defense Introduces DoubleTap Pocket Pistol

October 25, 2011
The DoubleTap pocket pistol arrives in .45 ACP or 9mm, as a concealed carry gun. The DoubleTap arrives for officers looking for a slim (.665 inches wide) and light (14 ounces) back-up gun.

Two Students Charged In N.C. High School Shooting

October 25, 2011
Two students from Cape Fear High School were charged Tuesday in the shooting of a 15-year-old student at the Fayetteville, N.C., high school. The teens allegedly brought a .22-caliber Daisy rifle to school on Monday.
<p>(from l. to r.) U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara, Southern District of New York; Special Agent in Charge Diego Rodriguez, FBI New York; Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, NYPD; Internal Affairs Bureau Chief Charles Campisi, NYPD. Photo: FBI</p>

NYPD Cops Charged with Smuggling Illegal Guns

October 25, 2011
Five NYPD officers have been named in a federal indictment charging them with illegally smuggling guns and what they thought were stolen slot machines, cigarettes and counterfeit goods.

NYPD Officers Face Police Trial In Sean Bell Shooting

October 25, 2011
Two New York City police detectives involved in the Sean Bell shooting in 2006 have offered to retire, while two other officers defended their actions in the department's trial room on Monday.

Ill. Deputy Exonerated In Off-Duty Pizza Parlor Shooting

October 25, 2011
The Winnebago County (Ill.) Sheriff's deputy who fatally shot a pizza-parlor robber and wounded three of his accomplices has been cleared by a grand jury.
<p>Screenshot: Android Market</p>

Occupy Wall Street Protesters Get 'Getting Arrested' App

October 25, 2011
A free smartphone app called "I'm Getting Arrested" allows Wall Street protesters to send out a broadcast message to friends when they're getting arrested by an officer.

Nev. City Adds 27 Chevy Tahoes and a Caprice for Police and Fire

October 24, 2011
The Henderson, Nev., City Council approved the purchase of 27 Chevrolet Tahoes and one Caprice for the city to replace aging Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor (CVPI) sedans.
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