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Video: Fla. Felon Drives Off With Officer In Tow

May 14, 2012
A Florida man wanted for multiple charges floored his vehicle during a traffic stop, taking with him a Fort Myers Police officer who jumped into the driver's compartment to stop the vehicle.

FBI: 2 of 3 Slain Officers Wore Body Armor

May 14, 2012
In 2011, 72 officers were feloniously killed in the line of duty. That number was 16 more than the 56 officers slain in 2010. Also, 50 officers were killed in accidents, a decrease of 22 officers compared with the 72 officers accidentally killed in 2010.

Deputies Search for Suicidal Calif. FBI Agent

May 14, 2012
An FBI agent thought to be despondent and possibly suicidal remained missing Monday after search teams hunted for him over the weekend in the rugged Verdugo Mountains of Southern California.

Ind. Man Shot After Ramming Two Squad Cars

May 14, 2012
Joseph Stambaugh, 37, had been released from prison about a year ago and has a lengthy criminal history of drug and traffic violations. He was charged with two counts of assault with a dangerous weapon.
<p>Photo: NLEOMF</p>

Police Week Vigil Honors Sacrifice of Fallen Officers

May 13, 2012
This year's National Police Week's candlelight vigil paid homage to the law enforcement officers who lost their lives in the line of duty in 2011 and as far back as 1852.
<p>Photo: White House</p>

President Obama Honors Top Officers

May 13, 2012
In a Saturday ceremony, President Obama paid tribute to the 34 law enforcement officers honored by the National Association of Police Organizations (NAPO) for bravery and valor in the line of duty.
<p>Riders from the Police Unity Tour arrive in Washington, D.C., in 2011. Photo: Police Unity Tour</p>

Police Unity Tour Arrives at the National LEO Memorial

May 12, 2012
More than a thousand members of the Police Unity Tour—a group comprised of mostly officers—will complete their 2012 journey to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, D.C. today.

Ohio Court OKs Keeping Names of Officers Secret

May 11, 2012
When a Columbus police officer’s fatal shooting of a suspect inflamed passions in a South Side neighborhood last year, city authorities refused to identify the officer to protect him from "credible threats."
<p>Pelican&#39;s 1510SC. Photo: Pelican Products</p>

Pelican Products Introduces Two Studio Cases

May 11, 2012
Pelican Products introduced the 1510SC and 1560SC studio cases that are designed to protect laptops, lenses and other sensitive photography and video equipment.
<p>Photo: Key Biscayne PD</p>

Critically Injured Fla. Cop Fights for Her Life

May 11, 2012
Officer Nelia Real, 54, was shot in the neck by a carjacker and robbery suspect late Thursday. She "faces a battle," her chief told POLICE Magazine.
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