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R.I. Officer Killed In Crash Responding to Disturbance

April 19, 2012
A Providence (R.I.) Police officer has succumbed to injuries he sustained after crashing his police vehicle while responding as backup to a disturbance call.

Video: Retired NYPD Lt. Stops Pharmacy Robber

April 18, 2012
A retired NYPD lieutenant fatally shot a Bloods gang member who attempted to rob a Harlem pharmacy with two accomplices, who are still being sought by police.
<p>Photo: NYPD</p>

NYPD Cop Stabbed In Brain Lucky to Survive

April 18, 2012
A New York City police officer's doctor said the officer was "as lucky as you can get," after he was stabbed by a mental patient in the brain and survived.

Barricaded Suspect Who Shot Calif. Deputy Planned Ambush

April 18, 2012
The former security guard suspected of gunning down the Stanislaus County (Calif.) Sheriff's deputy and locksmith who tried to evict him had planned an extended ambush of officers.

Ind. Chief Resigns Over Mishandled Evidence In Cop's Crash

April 17, 2012
The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department's chief resigned on Tuesday, following news that a key piece of evidence was mishandled in an officer's crash case.

Drug-Kingpin Granny Arrested In Okla.

April 17, 2012
Authorities believe a 73-year-old Oklahoma grandmother is responsible for as much as 40% of the marijuana trafficking in the northeast section of the state.

N.Y. Senator Proposes TASERs for Transit Workers

April 17, 2012
New York state Sen. Eric Adams, a retired NYPD captain, is renewing his proposal from last year to let commuter train and Amtrak crews carry TASERs.
<p>Screenshot: CBS News</p>

Family of Fatally Shot Teen Sues L.A. for $120M

April 17, 2012
The family of 19-year-old Abdul Arian, who was shot and killed by Los Angeles Police last week, filed a claim on Monday seeking $120 million—or $1 million for each bullet they say LAPD officers fired at the young man.

Anonymous Member Indicted For Hacking Utah Law Enforcement Websites

April 17, 2012
The federal government has filed charges against a 21-year-old Ohio resident who allegedly hacked into the computers of two Utah law enforcement agencies as a member of the Anonymous hacking collective.
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Calif. Prisons To Block Prisoner Cell-Phone Use

April 17, 2012
The private company that maintains the pay phones in California prisons has agreed to install technology to block the use of smuggled cellular phones by prisoners.
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