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Ex-NYPD Cop Pleads Guilty To Rape

June 22, 2012
A former New York City police officer who was convicted in March of sexually attacking a schoolteacher at gunpoint in Upper Manhattan pleaded guilty on Thursday to rape counts that were left unresolved by a jury.

Speedo-Wearing Utah Officer Reinstated

June 22, 2012
A Provo City school resource officer terminated for stripping down to a green Speedo at a school birthday party has been reinstated and will now be wearing a holster and a gun around his waist instead.
<p>Photo: BHI</p>

Blackheart Introduces AK Rail System

June 21, 2012
The AKARS is comprised of a robust receiver cover with an integrated rail adapter, and a one-piece 1913 Picatinny rail/rear sight assembly and attaching hardware. The design is remarkably simple, and effectively resolves all of the problems historically associated with mounting optics to AK rifles.
<p>Illustration: C4i</p>

C4i Introduces Third Party Radio Gateway

June 21, 2012
C4i has developed a new product enhancement and integration feature that supports third party interfaces to their SwitchplusIP radio/telephone system. This technology takes advantage of C4i's established end-to-end IP communications network by providing additional endpoint and gateway devices access to IP communications connections.

N.C. Police Chaplains Told To Stop Invoking Jesus

June 21, 2012
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department has asked its chaplains to stop mentioning Jesus in their invocations at department events. The change, which took place about a month ago, applies to police graduations, promotions and memorials.
<p>This AT-4 rocket launcher was seized by LASD deputies on Wednesday. Photo: LASD</p>

L.A. County Deputies Recover Rocket Launcher

June 21, 2012
A search warrant served Wednesday at a Southern California home resulted in the seizure of a military rocket launcher, drugs, and ammunition by Los Angeles County Sheriff's gang deputies.
<p>Stag Arms Model 2 rifle. Photo: Stag</p>

Cleveland PD Picks Stag Arms Model 2 Rifle

June 21, 2012
The Cleveland Division of Police has chosen a custom-configured Stag Arms Model 2 rifle as the official rifle of the department. The rifles are being delivered this week.
<p>Photo: POLICE file</p>

Supreme Court Rules On Cocaine Sentencing

June 21, 2012
The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that two Chicago drug dealers should have been sentenced under a 2010 law that reduced the disparity of sentencing for crack and powder cocaine.

Video: News Copter Helps Portland Cops Catch Bank Robber

June 21, 2012
Portland Police Bureau officers credited a local television news helicopter with helping them apprehend a bank robbery suspect, after officers had broken off a high-speed pursuit.

Video: Fla. Trooper Resigns After 100 mph Wrong Way Pursuit

June 21, 2012
A Florida Highway Patrol trooper resigned to avoid termination after an internal investigation found he had violated numerous agency policies during a wrong-way pursuit on a Pinellas County interstate.
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