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Chattanooga Reverses Take-Home Fees for Officers

February 14, 2011
In early January, the city began charging officers 20 cents a mile for those who live in the city and 30 cents per mile for those living outside city limits. Those who live outside the city will continue paying the take-home vehicle fee.

Conn. State Police Outfit 400 Vehicles With In-Car Video

February 14, 2011
The contract covers installation of Panasonic's Toughbook Arbitrator 360 in-car digital video system, which can record, transfer and store 360-degree high-quality digital video. Evidence can be transferred automatically to police station servers using wireless hotspots.

Florida Deputy Pulls Man From Burning Car

February 14, 2011
Pasco County (Fla.) Sheriff's Deputy Kelly Endricks pulled a 66-year-old man from a burning car after it crashed into a power pole, breaking out the sunroof to pull him to safety.

Conn. Officer To Be Honored 117 Years After Duty Death

February 14, 2011
A Fairfield, Conn., sheriff's deputy who died in the line of duty while trying to arrest a stabbing suspect will be honored during National Police Week in May with the addition of his name to the marble wall of the National Law Enforcement Memorial.
Photo via Flickr (Nathan Eal Photography).

Man Arrested After Filming Himself Driving 140 MPH

February 14, 2011
Stanislav Vadimovich Bakanov was cited for reckless driving, fined more than $1,100, and his vehicle was impounded.

LAPD Honors First Female Officer Killed On Duty

February 14, 2011
The ceremony marked the 20th anniversary of Officer Tina Kerbrat's death in Sun Valley in 1991, just four months from her Police Academy graduation and a day after celebrating her 45th birthday.

Colo. License Plates Would Honor Fallen Officers

February 13, 2011
Deputy Basil Marciniak was inspired to create the plates, following the fatal shooting of Weld County Deputy Sheriff Sam Brownlee. Marciniak and the Colorado Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) are obtaining the required 3,000 signatures needed for approval.
NYPD Officer Terrance Howard grabbed Maksim Gelman, who went on a 28-hour rampage beginning Friday morning. Photo via NYPD.

NYPD Cop Tackles Rampage Suspect On Train, Carjacking Details Emerge

February 12, 2011
NYPD Officer Terrance Howard grabbed Maksim Gelman, 23, after he hopped off the No. 2 train shortly before the Times Square station and crossed the tracks to board an uptown No. 3 train. On Monday, details emerged about how Gelman carjacked two men with a knife.

Mexican National Chases, Opens Fire On Calif. Sheriff's Deputy

February 12, 2011
The deputy, who has not been identified, was not injured. He returned fire, wounding the suspect who has been identified as 25-year-old Armando Gonzalez.

Teen Kills Self With Texas Deputy's Gun

February 12, 2011
The deputy chased down 19-year-old Salome Alvarez, who had an extensive criminal record, late Friday. Alvarez tackled the deputy, took away his gun and pointed it at the deputy before using the weapon on himself.
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