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Surveillance Images Help Authorities Arrest Two In N.J. Cop's Slaying

November 9, 2011
Authorities have arrested two men in Philadelphia in connection with the fatal shooting of an off-duty Newark police officer. After identifying them on grainy surveillance images, officers arrested two men "of interest" in the slaying of Newark detective Michael Morgan.

Deputies Say Accused Fla. Cop Killer Talked About Shooting

November 9, 2011
Humberto Delgado, Jr., discussed the fatal shooting of Tampa police corporal Mike Roberts during a cell phone call with a relative, according to testimony in the murder trial of the alleged cop killer.

Okla. Man Gets Life for Ambushing Officer

November 9, 2011
A district judge told Hector Escalante the citizens of Oklahoma City are "lucky to have you off the streets," before giving him a life sentence for ambushing Officer Katie Lawson.

Star Restored to Slain Chicago Officer

November 9, 2011
Chicago police superintendent Garry McCarthy has restored the star to an officer who was allegedly slain by her grandson so she can be buried with a badge.

Man Convicted of Trying to Kill Calif. Cops with Booby Traps

November 8, 2011
A Riverside man with a murderous grudge who tried to kill Hemet police during a series of attacks in 2010 was convicted today of four counts of attempted murder of a peace officer and numerous other felonies.

Columbia Southern University Awards Ala. FOP Scholarship

November 8, 2011
Columbia Southern University (CSU) and the Alabama State Fraternal Order of Police have awarded a scholarship to Sgt. Phillip Myers of the Alabama Alcohol Beverage Control Board
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Colt Introduces .380 Mustang Pocketlite Pistol

November 8, 2011
Colt's upgrades to the Mustang include precision machining, use of high-quality materials, and improvements in design. The aluminum alloy receiver, stainless-steel slide and barrel are CNC machined from solid bar stock for precise tolerances.
<p>Panasonic&#39;s 10-inch Toughpad A1 will be available in the spring. Photo: Panasonic</p>

Panasonic Introduces Rugged Android Tablet

November 8, 2011
Panasonic has introduced the Toughpad line of rugged Android tablets for mission-critical, mobile users such as police officers with an app-store ecosystem, peripherals, developer tools, and deployment support. Panasonic will initially offer the 10-inch Toughpad A1 to be followed by the 7-inch Toughpad B1, which targets similar users who prefer portability over screen real estate.
<p>Photo: Chrysler</p>

Chrysler Introduces Dodge Ram Police Truck for 2012

November 8, 2011
Chrysler will begin offering a special-service version of its 2012 Dodge Ram 1500 Crew Cab for police, fire or other emergency responders this month, the automaker announced. The police version of the four-wheel-drive Ram features 100,000-mile sparkplugs and a larger oil cooler to protect the engine during the unforgiving stop-and-go operations.

Video: Occupy Oakland Videographer Struck by Less-Lethal Round

November 8, 2011
An Occupy Oakland videographer who says he wanted to film police response to the protests captured himself being struck by a non-lethal round fired by an officer.
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