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FBI Releases Hate Crime Report

December 11, 2012
The number of hate crimes reported in 2011 fell 6% from the prior year, but crimes against a victim's sexual orientation rose, the FBI announced Tuesday.

Va. County Offers Text-to-911 Service

December 11, 2012
An emergency communications center in York County, Va., began offering text-to-911 service Monday, according to APCO International.

Former Fla. Cop Dies By Lethal Injection

December 11, 2012
The former Florida officer who robbed and killed nine people in 1986 after he was fired has been executed by lethal injection.
<p>Screenshot via KATU.</p>

Ore. Holiday Mall Shooter Kills 2, Turns Gun On Self

December 11, 2012
A gunman who opened fire inside a Portland-area shopping mall killed two people and wounded a third, before turning the gun on himself on Tuesday afternoon.
<p>Propper&#39;s Sweep apparel line. Photo courtesy of Propper.</p>

Propper Introduces Premium Apparel Collections

December 11, 2012
Propper International has introduced three premium apparel collections called Sweep, LS1 and CCMF that include 22 new tactical items.
<p>Photo: POLICE file</p>

Fed Court Strikes Down Illinois Concealed Carry Ban

December 11, 2012
A federal appeals court struck down Illinois' ban on carrying a concealed, permitted handgun Tuesday in the latest victory for gun-rights advocates.

Police: Man In Bar Stabbing Threw Feces In Station

December 11, 2012
An Illinois man who was arrested for stabbing a bar patron flung feces in the police station following his arrest.

Video: Suspect Claims Excessive Force by S.C. Deputies

December 11, 2012
A 19-year-old man has accused three Charleston County (S.C.) Sheriff's deputies of using excessive force during a Nov. 11 traffic stop.
<p>Photo via Phoenix PD.</p>

Ariz. Officers Claim Privacy Violation In DNA Lawsuit

December 11, 2012
Three Phoenix Police officers claim their privacy rights were violated when they were forced to give DNA samples during the investigation into the mysterious death of a fellow officer.

Prosecutors: Former Ark. Cop Escorted Traffickers

December 11, 2012
Prosecutors on Monday said a former police officer took money from a drug trafficker and escorted him from an east Arkansas town to a bridge linking the state to Mississippi.
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