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<p>Photo: TASER</p>

TASER Announces Three 200+ Orders of X2s

May 15, 2012
TASER International, Inc. announced several significant orders for its new TASER X2 electronic control device (ECD). Many of these orders were purchased using the TASER X26 trade-in offer

Verizon Announces 911 Texting Service

May 15, 2012
Verizon Wireless is rolling out a 911 texting service that would allow its customers to send a 911 text message if they're unable to make a voice call. This enhanced SMS service is geared toward Verizon customers who are deaf or hard of hearing or who could be placed in additional danger by speaking.

Former L.A. County Deputies Describe Jail Misconduct

May 15, 2012
Two retired Los Angeles County sheriff's supervisors Monday painted a violent picture of life inside Men's Central Jail, recounting for a county jails commission tales of deputies beating prisoners, ignoring bosses, forming cliques and engaging in off-duty misconduct.

Fla. Mother Kills Children, Self During Standoff

May 15, 2012
Brevard County (Fla.) Sheriff's tactical deputies entered a Port St. John home Tuesday morning to find a mother and three children dead in a murder-suicide. A fourth child had been fatally shot earlier in the day.

Cop Gave NYPD Parking Placard To Heroin Dealer

May 15, 2012
Federal authorities have arrested a New York City police officer for helping the leader of a violent heroin trafficking crew, including providing him an NYPD parking placard.
<p>Photo: LAPD/Lt. Andrew Neiman</p>

LAPD Buys Back Military Rocket Launcher From Public

May 15, 2012
A military rocket launcher without the rocket was among the 1,673 firearms accepted by the Los Angeles Police Department for destruction over the weekend.
<p>An ATF historian has identified William H. Foote as the first African-American federal officer killed on duty.</p>

First Black Federal Officer Killed In 1883 Honored

May 15, 2012
William Henderson Foote's name had been forgotten until this week, when the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) honored him as the first black federal officer killed in the line of duty.

Fake Officer May Be Behind Miss. Road Deaths

May 15, 2012
State investigators warning motorists to dial 911 if they believe they're being pulled over by a police imposter. Two roadway homicides may be connected because both vehicles were found pulled over along state highways, according to authorities.

Las Vegas Police Union Threatens Lawsuit Over Body Cameras

May 14, 2012
The union representing Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department officers has threatened to sue to stop the agency from requiring officers to use on-body video cameras.
<p>Key Biscayne (Fla.) Police Officer Nelia Real. Photo: KBPD</p>

Fla. Officer Making 'Miraculous Recovery'

May 14, 2012
Key Biscayne (Fla.) Police Officer Nelia Real remained hospitalized Monday, but doctors say her prognosis is good. Officer Real was shot in the neck late Thursday, when she pulled up to an accident scene on the Florida Turnpike.
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