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Feds Arrest Army Soldiers In Murder-for-Hire Plot

March 27, 2012
Federal agents have arrested a current and former U.S. Army soldier who offered to steal weapons from Fort Carson, Colo., and organize a hit squad financed by a Mexican drug cartel.
<p>Photo: Phoenix PD</p>

Phoenix Names New Police Chief

March 26, 2012
On Monday, city officials announced the hiring of Daniel Garcia, an assistant chief and the third highest-ranking law enforcement officer in Dallas. Phoenix Public Safety Manager Jack Harris retired in April.

Video: Cops Drag Man In Airport Arrest

March 26, 2012
The Oklahoma City Police Department has launched an investigation into the arrest of man who attempted to sneak past an airport security checkpoint, claiming he was with the CIA and had documents to share with presidential candidate Newt Gingrich.

Calif. Police Dog Found Emaciated at Former Officer's Home

March 26, 2012
An anonymous tip led the SCPA to the severely emaciated and dehydrated German shepherd Ingo, who weighed 55 pounds or about 25 pounds less than a healthy dog.

Two Students Killed at Miss. Universities

March 26, 2012
Two students were shot to death at two different Mississippi colleges late Saturday night. The killings do not appear to be connected.

City Pays $1.8M In Fatal Police Shooting of Philly Bystander

March 26, 2012
The city of Philadelphia has agreed to pay $1.8 million to the family of a man killed by stray police gunfire during the pursuit of an armed suspect on New Year's Eve 2008.
<p><em>From left to right,</em> Sgt. Karen Pisano; Commissioner Ray Kelly; TV personality Rosanna Scotto; Officer Morna Davis; Officer Carolyn Anderson; Sgt. Tara Dawe; and U.S. Coast Guard Rear Admiral Linda Fagan. Photo: NYPD</p>

NYPD Honors Female Police Leaders for Women's History Month

March 26, 2012
The NYPD now counts nearly 6,000 female officers among its ranks, a sharp rise from the 700 in the early 1970s. Of the current group, there are more than 600 detectives, 750 sergeants, 170 lieutenants, and approximately 50 with the rank of captain and above.

Four NYPD Cops In Sean Bell Shooting Lose Jobs

March 26, 2012
The New York Police Department has fired the detective who sparked a 50-round fusillade leading to the death of a man outside a Queens strip club on his wedding day.

Tenn. Deputy Under Fire For Mowing Lawn In Shorts

March 26, 2012
A Bradley County (Tenn.) Sheriff's Office deputy who lost his job in December for mowing his lawn in his shorts will retain his law enforcement certification.

Mass. Officer Doused In Gasoline

March 26, 2012
An arson suspect doused a Randolph (Mass.) Police officer in gasoline after setting fire to his house late Saturday night. Officer Marc L'Italien wasn't hurt, because he immediately left the home.
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