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Men Attempt Robbery Outside Campus Police Station

May 29, 2012
A Northwestern University student who says he was the victim of an attempted robbery scared away his three assailants by pointing out that they were trying to rob him in front of a campus police station.

Video: Miami Cop Who Stopped Cannibal Attack 'Doing All Right'

May 29, 2012
The Miami Police Department officer who fatally shot a naked man who was chewing off another naked man's face on Saturday has handled the traumatic episode well so far, according to the agency's patrol union.

Video: Ariz. Officer Gets 'Cop Car' Wheelchair

May 29, 2012
An Arizona foundation has provided a customized "cop car" wheelchair to a Peoria Police Department investigator who was paralyzed in a gunfight with a homicide suspect.

Shot Chicago Cop Faces Uncertain Return to Duty

May 29, 2012
A tactical Chicago Police officer who was shot in the chest hopes to return to duty once his left hand fully recovers. Officer Del Pearson, a decorated 8-year veteran, can wiggle his fingers and open his hand wide, but he cannot make a fist.
<p>Photo: POLICE file</p>

SCOTUS Won't Review Police TASER Use

May 29, 2012
The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to consider the cases of two women who claimed officers violated their civil rights when they used TASERs on them. The justices rejected the two appeals from the Ninth Circuit Court at a May 24 conference.

Miss. District Halts Handcuffing of Students

May 29, 2012
Jackson, Miss., public schools will no longer handcuff students to poles or other objects and will train staff at its alternative school on better methods of discipline.

Miami Cop Shoots, Kills Naked Cannibal

May 28, 2012
Only the police tape, the bloodstain on the ground, and a grotesque mystery remained Sunday after the brutal attack on the MacArthur Causeway in which one naked man was shot dead by police after he attacked another naked man and began eating his face.
<p>New York state trooper Amanda Anna.</p>

N.Y. Trooper Killed Trying to Stop Violator

May 28, 2012
A New York trooper who was killed in a rollover crash was trying to stop a violator when her SUV hit a guardrail and flipped over. Trooper Amanda Anna, 31, crashed her police cruiser in Oswego County.
<p>Photo: LASD</p>

LASD Seizes $10M In Marijuana From Warehouse Grow Operation

May 26, 2012
Los Angeles County Sheriff's detectives seized more than 2,000 marijuana plants valued at $10 million from a sophisticated indoor warehouse grow operation capable of producing $30 million a year of marijuana.
<p>Photo: Raytheon</p>

Raytheon Brings Hollywood Motion Capture Technology To LE Training

May 25, 2012
The VIRTSIM system applies Motion Reality's patented motion capture technology to allow a tactical team of up to 13 individuals to interactively train with complete freedom of motion. Unencumbered by wires or cables in a 360-degree virtual environment, trainees experience realistic sensory feedback as they interact with live people or avatars.
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